World War II began 75 years ago with censorship chaos that echoes down the decades

From time to time members of the School of Advanced Study publish about their research on other websites. This post republishes that work from the original article. Republished from     By Henry Irving, School of Advanced Study (Institute of English Studies) At approximately 1.30 am in the night of September 11 1939 two police… Continue reading World War II began 75 years ago with censorship chaos that echoes down the decades

Refugee Week Series: Writing that kills

Post by Ms Andrea Meyer Ludowisy, as part of our Refugee Week series. The first post, about the Austrian-Jewish Exile Theatre in London, can be found here. The third post, about refugee protection mechanisms, can be found here. Andrea is the Research Librarian at the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies. Her post gives an insight into the… Continue reading Refugee Week Series: Writing that kills

Atlantic Archive – free access to British government reports on the US from World War II.

Atlantic Archive: UK-US Relations in an Age of Global War 1939-1945 Britain’s relationship with the United States changed fundamentally in the first half of the twentieth century, and the period 1939 to 1945 was particularly significant in this transformation. Britain was overtaken by the United States as the world’s foremost economic power, it became dependent… Continue reading Atlantic Archive – free access to British government reports on the US from World War II.