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Les banques centrales pendant la Grande Guerre
Central Banks in the Great War
Olivier Feiertag, Michel Margairaz, et al.



20 & 21. Revue d'histoire 144, octobre-décembre 2019
La désindustrialisation, une histoire en cours



La Nationalité, une histoire de chiffres
Politique et statistiques en Europe centrale (1848-1919)
Nationality as a matter of numbers
Politics and statistics in central Europe (1848-1919)
Morgane Labbé
Drawing on the example of Poland, the author demonstrates that the inventory of the populations, the printing of identification cards, the choice of demographic, linguistic, or religious criteria were used to serve more diverse political projects than the historical literature has tended to suggest.



20 & 21. Revue d'histoire 143, juillet-septembre 2019
Allemagne et expériences migratoires depuis 1945



Blanc de plomb
Histoire d'un poison légal
White Lead
The history of a legal poison
Judith Rainhorn
The historian Judith Rainhorn has investigated white lead, which has been massively produced and used since the late 18th century, a poison for the workers directly exposed to it in their dusty workshops, lead pigment is today recognized as an environmental poison.



Le Moment Nuremberg
Le procès international, les lawyers et la question raciale
The Nuremberg Moment
The international trial, the lawyers, and the question of race
Guillaume Mouralis
Guillaume Mouralis provides a fascinating reading of the Nuremberg trial based on a study of the lawyers who laid its foundations and propelled and guided the debates in the United States.






20 & 21. Revue d'histoire 141, janvier-mars 2019
Combattants irréguliers
Raphaëlle Branche, Julie Le Gac, et al.



Vingtième siècle 140, octobre-décembre 2018
Pratiques ordinaires de l'ordre en Afrique
Romain Tiquet, et al.



Améliorer les appariements sur le marché du travail
Improving labor market matching
Alexandra Roulet
This book weighs the relative importance of the various factors involved in this discrepancy in labor market supply and demand: those looking for work may not have the skills businesses are looking for; they may not live in the regions where jobs are being created; recruiters and jobseekers may not have access to relevant information.



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