Vol. 31, No. 1 – Spring 2015

  • Editor’s Note 1
    From the Executive Director 2
    Letter from the President 3
    Special Section: Empire and the Great War
    An Empire of the Hejaz? An Examination of Sharif Hussein’s Pre-World War I Imperial Ambitions, James L. Bowden 4
    The Adventures of William Barry: Exploring the Colonial Encounters of the First World War, Anna Maguire, King’s College London and Imperial War Museums 7
    Maximum Advantage: Imperial Diplomacy and the United States, 1914 – 1917, Justin Quinn Olmstead, University of Central Oklahoma 10
    The Retreat of World War I Austrian POWs to China, Lee Chinyun 15
    Puerto Rican Soldiers in the First World War: Colonial Troops For A New Empire, Silvia Alvarez Curbelo, University of Puerto Rico 18
    The Great War and a Colonial Landscape: Environmental History in German East Africa, 1914-16, Michael McInneshin, La Salle University 22
    The Need to “Free” Africa from “German Oppression”: British Propaganda from German East Africa, 1914-1918, Charlotte Miller 25
    The Dutch East Indies During the First World War and the Birth of Colonial Radio, Vincent Kuitenbrouwer, University of Amsterdam 28
    The Anzac Myth: History and Collective Public Memory in Australia on the Centenary of World War I, Andrew Kelly, University of Western Sydney 31
    Mourning, Memory, and Material Culture: Colonial Commemoration of the Missing on the Great War’s Western Front, Hanna Smyth, University of British Columbia 34

Volume 31, no. 1 - Spring 2015


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