Jeremy’s Britain and Europe is mentioned in Jack Mintz’s piece on Brexit for the Financial Post on May 24.
Jeremy’s English Press (Bloomsbury) will be available shortly. Find out more: www.bloomsbury.com/9781472525635/.
Jeremy’s Naval Warfare is now available as a Japanese translation. Find out more on Amazon.
Jeremy’s Imperial Legacies: The British Empire Around the World is reviewed for the Goodreads website.
This text provides an innovative global military history that joins three periods—World War I, the interwar years, and World War II. Jeremy Black offers a comprehensive survey of both wars, comparing continuities and differences. He traces the causes of each war and assesses land, sea, and air warfare as separate dimensions.
“Jeremy Black has provided another masterful work for the understanding of modern war and history. In examining the twentieth-century world wars from the aspects of strategy, logistics and resources, operational planning, effective leadership, economics, alliance relations, and peoples and societies in conflict, he highlights the commonalities of the two wars but also challenges the long-held notion of a linear interpretation of world war from 1914 to 1945.” — Stan Carpenter, US Naval War College
Listen to Jeremy’s podcast for the New Books Network on his recent publication ‘Charting the Past’
Jeremy’s Britain and Europe. A Short History is reviewed on the GoodReads website.
Jeremy talks with Crawford Gribben, professor of history at Queen’s University Belfast about his new book Britain and Europe. A Short History for the New Books Network.
Jeremy, Janice Kaye, the University Provost and Todd Gray, the Historian of Devon, in the Guildhall of Exeter after Steve Smith was given the Freedom of the City on 5 February 2018.
Jeremy’s review of Jakub Grygiel’s Return of the Barbarians. Confronting Non-State Actors from Ancient Rome to the Present (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018. Xi+222 pp), appears in the Civil Wars journal. Read more