Canadian Journal of History

Candian Journal of History/Annales canadiennes d'histoire is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal relating to all periods and countries, except Canada, covering the full breadth of the historical discipline. Founded in 1966, Candian Journal of History/Annales canadiennes d'histoire is published three times a year by the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, SK, Canada. John McCannon is the editor.

Articles from Vol. 31, No. 2, August

"Goak Here": A.J.P. Taylor and 'The Origins of the Second World War.'
"GOAK HERE": A.J.P. TAYLOR AND THE ORIGINS OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR(1) Alan John Percivale Taylor could never resist a dig. In the introduction to the second edition of The Origins of the Second World War he wrote that he "ought perhaps...
Rituals of Majesty: France, Siam, and Court Spectacle in Royal Image-Building at Versailles in 1685 and 1686
In his relation of the kingdom of Siam published in IN@, Father Nicolas Gervaise of the Societe des Missions-Etrangeres described in detail the deep distinction that the Siamese monarch drew between envoys of neighbouring rulers who were "almost all...
The Making and Putative Implementation of a British Foreign Policy of Gesture, December 1905 to August 1914: The Anglo-French Entente Revisited
I The Liberal cabinet of Campbell-Bannerman inhefited in December 1905 from its Conservative predecessor a commitment to France that was both specific and vague. This commitment was embodied in Article IX of the Anglo-French Agreement of April...
The Third Generation: The Young Socialists in Italy, 1907-1915
Entre 1907 and 1915, la Federation des Jeunesses Socialistes Italiennes (F.G.S.I.) changeat d'orientation: apres avoir ete une organisation moderee, elle devint l'une des plus militantes du mouvement socialiste italien. Les conflits entre la F.G.S.I....
William Pitt, Earl of Chatham and British Colonial Policy: A Neglected Source
British historians have traditionally agreed that William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham, was the driving force behind England's victories in the Seven years War and that he was a visionary imperialist: a statesman with a clear appreciation of Britain's...