Rural History 25 (2014), 1

RHN 31/2014 | Publication

Rural History. Economy, Society, Culture

Volume 25 - Issue 01 - April 2014

Content:

Some banglyng about the customes’: Popular Memory and the Experience of Defeat in a Sussex Village, 1549–1640
Andy Wood

pp. 1 - 14

Tithe Series and Grain Production in Central Spain, 1700–1800
Carlos Santiago-Caballero

pp. 15-37

Smallholders, Spinners, Weavers and the ‘scarcity of markets’ in the Flemish Countryside, c. 1780–1850: Motivations behind the Multiplication of Periodic Markets
Wouter Ronsijn

pp. 39-60

Peasant Vulnerability, Rural Masculinity and Physical Education in France, from the Early Twentieth Century to the Libération
Tony Froissart and Thierry Terret

pp. 61-77

Sir George Stapledon and the Cahn Hill Improvement Scheme: A Dream Turned Reality
Richard Moore-Colyer

pp. 79-99

War and its Bestiality: Animals and their Fate during the Fighting in France, 1940
Martin S. Alexander

pp. 101-124

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