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The Importance of Being Eccentric: The Rise and Fall of a Forgotten Victorian Value

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Understanding Madness in Context: Representations of Mental Disturbances in Collections of Miracles from the Central Middle Ages

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‘The tale of woes into which we wobbled’: the British Foreign Office and threat of Nazi Germany, 1934-39

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Margaret Thatcher and Helmut Schmidt, awkward partners? A reassessment of Anglo-West German relations between 1979 and 1982

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Making a monster: The relationship between the body and behaviour of King Richard III

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‘The Worst Facets of the Spanish Character’: British Diplomatic Responses to Violence and Inhumanity in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

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From Obscurity to Notoriety: The Evolution of the Nabob Stereotype in Eighteenth-Century Britain

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Madness or Misogyny? A Gendered Approach to the Study of the Asylum Experience at the York Retreat

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An assessment of women in the anti-Poor Law movement: 1837-1838

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Between Death and Glory: The Experience of German Combatants held as Prisoners of War in Great Britain during the First World War

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