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: Revue européenne d’histoire, 22.2 (2015), pp. 203–4. 23 P. Le Melledo, Lorient à l’heure de l’évacuation:  Itinéraire d’un Gavroche lorientais (La Faouët: Liv’éditions, 2004); N. Roux, C’est la guerre les enfants (Cherbourg-Octeville:  Isoète, 2007); M.  Carrier (ed.), Maréchal nous voilà… 1940–1944. Souvenirs d’enfances sous l’Occupation (Paris: Éditions Autrement, 2004). 24 J.-P. Guéno (ed.), Paroles d’Étoiles: Mémoires d’enfants cachés, 1939–1945 (Paris: Librio, 2002); M. Capul, ‘Une maison d’enfants pendant la guerre, 1939–1945: Moissac’, EMPAN, 57 (2005), pp. 20–7. In

in French children under the Allied bombs, 1940–45

book was burnished with hundreds of footnotes and a large online collection of supporting documentation – helpful, as hopefully the reader of this book will agree, in reconstructing the reasoning behind Rumsfeld’s actions. Bush’s memoir, Decision Points , was written in an informal style and was direct about the choices the president faced in office. Whereas Rumsfeld’s book reconstructed the

in Leaders in conflict
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president had effectively, though perhaps not formally, changed his position on the question of a short or long occupation, having before the war been in favor of a short occupation. By the time I came in, that was gone.’ 31 He believes that in the 8 May principals committee meeting following that lunch, he received cabinet authorization for his approach. According to Bremer’s memoir, the president said an

in Leaders in conflict

understand the person with whom he was dealing. If he was comfortable with a person then he trusted the accuracy of their information and the quality of their judgement without much further investigation. Donald Rumsfeld, in one of the very few comments in his memoir on the president’s style, wrote ‘I found Bush incisive. He showed insight into human character and, I found, often had an impressive read of

in Leaders in conflict
British relief to the Balkans, 1876–78

Constantinople and Belgrade to ascertain whether neutral British aid would be welcome. TNA, Foreign Office, Correspondence Respecting Geneva Convention, FO 83/760. 52 Wantage, Memoir , pp. 218–220. 53 Ibid. , p. 220

in Calculating compassion

sequence. Martin is one of the world’s leading sociologists of religion and became an Anglican priest in his fifties. (His memoir, The Education of David Martin: The making of an unlikely sociologist , was reviewed in the TLS of 21 February 2014.) For seven years in her youth, Armstrong was a member of a Catholic order of sisters, the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, and she

in Islamic charities and Islamic humanism in troubled times
Transatlantic debates about the Nazi past

G. A. Ritter (ed.), Friedrich Meinecke: Akademischer Lehrer und emigrierte Schü ler: Briefe und Aufzeichnungen 1910–1977 (Munich: Oldenbourg, 2006). 22 E. Davidson, The Trial of the Germans: An Account of the Twenty-Two Defendants Before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg (New York: Macmillan, 1966); and T. Taylor, The Anatomy of the Nuremberg Trials: A Personal Memoir (New York: Little Brown, 1992). 23 Eckert, Kampf um die Akten , passim . 24 A. Daum, H. Lehmann and J. J

in The TransAtlantic reconsidered

] Paul’s shtick has always been military issues. 39 Douglas Feith was often grouped with Perle and Wolfowitz as part of the neo-con cadre. Feith’s memoir – not a forum in which the protagonist customarily underplays their influence – details his role in the policy process as being what one would expect of a second-tier official; writing concept papers

in Leaders in conflict
From the ‘scramble for Africa’ to the Great War

the Portland Hospital, whose offer of assistance was accepted and overseen by the CBRCC, and whose presence in South Africa had caused the likes of Furley and Milner to grumble about ‘lady amateurs’. In 1907 Harriet Loyd Lindsay (Lady Wantage) published a dutiful memoir of her husband’s life. She paid tribute to the vigour of private philanthropy in South Africa, which was able

in Calculating compassion
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and Macmillan . Foster , R. ( 1988 ) Modern Ireland 1600–1972 , London : Allen Lane . Hennessey , T. ( 1997 ) A History of Northern Ireland 1920–1996 , Basingstoke : Macmillan . Hennessey , T. ( 2015 ) The First Northern Ireland Peace Process , Basingstoke : Palgrave . Hopkins , S. ( 2013 ) The Politics of Memoir and the Northern Ireland Conflict , Manchester : Manchester University Press . Hume , J. ( 1979 ) ‘The Irish Question: A British

in Inside Accounts, Volume I