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. 43, No. 1, Spring-Summer

A "Museum of Bad Taste"?: The Jewish Labour Bund and the Bolshevik Position regarding the National Question, 1903-14 (1)
From its foundation in 1897 until its suppression by the Soviet authorities towards the end of the Civil War (1918-21), the Jewish Labour Bund (2) played an important role in Russian politics not only as the party that organized Jewish workers and...
Grasping at the Whirlwinds of Change: Transitional Leadership in Comparative Perspective. the Case Studies of Mikhail Gorbachev and F.W. De Klerk
I. Introduction The second half of the twentieth century bore witness to significant processes of democratization and regime change. Germany, Italy, and Japan emerged from the ashes of World War II to build modern market economies and democratic...
"Years of Blood and Darkness": Czech Extra-Parliamentary Representation and Austrian Democratization during the Hilsner Affair, 1899-1900 (1)
I. Introduction. "Blood and Darkness": National Questions and their Obscure Civic Underpinnings In the Austrian half of the Dual Monarchy, the turn of the century was marked by imperial and provincial democratic reforms on one hand, and street riots,...
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