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AHR April

The April issue contains five articles, six featured reviews, and two hundred book reviews. An eclectic mix, representing the great range of the practice of historical scholarship today, the articles take us from Britain and Germany in the North Sea in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, to the exploration of coal in China in the nineteenth century, to the right to housing in post-World War II France, to two very different aspects of Ottoman and Turkish history. Readers might also want to look at "In Back Issues," which calls attention to articles from one hundred, seventy-five, and fifty years ago.

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