Spiegel, "The Task of the Historian," American Historical Review 114 (2009): 1-15, esp.
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AHR stands for American Historical Review (Journal of the American History Association)
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Popular Political Participation in Postwar Europe," American Historical Review, 113, no.
He has also contributed to various professional journals, such as, The American Historical Review, Journal of American History, Military Affairs, Air Power History and its predecessor (Aerospace Historian).
Marking: Race, Race-making, and the Writing of History," American Historical Review v.
These passages actually come from his review of Rice's 1984 book, The Soviet Union and the Czechoslovak Army, 1948-1983: Uncertain Allegiance, in the American Historical Review.
ENDNOTES (1) Roderick Frazier Nash, review of Nature's Metropolis: Chicago and the Great West, American Historical Review 97, no.
Organizing sleep into two segments encouraged people to remember dreams and to use them as paths to self-discovery, Ekirch contended in the April AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW.
The American Historical Review is widely considered the preeminent English-language journal for the discipline of history.