The Political Quarterly
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Edited By: Ben Jackson and Deborah Mabbett
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Online ISSN: 1467-923X
Virtual Issue - Reading the Thirties
The Political Quarterly is pleased to present our first virtual issue, a foray into the depths of our archives, and a new venture where we examine a theme at close quarters via articles written for the journal over the last eighty years. The founding of The Political Quarterly in 1930 by Leonard Woolf, Kingsley Martin and William Robson created a space for academics and non-academics alike to write about issues of the day that concerned them. It quickly became a vessel for high-quality writing in good, clear English, and which now provides us with a valuable source of archive material for readers in the 21st century. Following on from the recent digitisation of the journal, we are pleased to be able to share many of these articles with a new audience and this first virtual issue charts the rise of Fascism and Totalitarianism in the 1930s.
National Socialism in Germany
Carl Joachim Friedrich
Is Stalin Weakening, or the Soviets
From Geneva to the Next War
The Political and Social Doctrine of Fascism
The Psychology of Hitlerism
The Saar Plebiscite
The Refugee Problem
A Soviet Spain?
H R G Greaves
Germany and Japan
The Reichswehr Crisis by “Miles”
The Truth about the Anschluss by “Genevan”
Hitler, Goebbels and the Ministry for Propaganda
Charles H Wilson