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Publications:  Prof Daniel Todman

Todman D(2017). When Britain Saved the West: The Story of 1940. ENGLISH HISTORICAL REVIEW vol. 132, (555) 458-459.
10.1093/ehr/cex049
TODMAN DW(2016). Britain's War Volume II, 1942-1947, A New World. Penguin
Todman D(2016). Britain's War Into Battle, 1937-1941. Penguin UK
TODMAN DW(2014). Defining Deaths: Richard Titmuss's Problems of Social Policy and the Meaning of Britain's Second World War. Aftermath: Legacies and Memories of War in Europe, 1918-1945-1989, ed. by Nicholas Martin, Tim Haughton and Pierre Purseigle,
TODMAN DW(2014). Aftermath: Memories of War in Europe, 1918,1945, 1989. Defining Deaths: Richard Titmuss's Problems of Social Policy and the Meaning of BRitain's Second World War' in Martin, Haughton and Purseigle, ed, Aftermath: Memories of War in Europe, 1918,1945, 1989, Ashgate
Todman D(2009). British Popular Culture and the First World War. J MILITARY HIST vol. 73, (2) 667-668.
Todman D(2009). Enduring the Great War: Combat, Morale and Collapse in the German and British Armies, 1914-1918. WAR HIST vol. 16, (2) 251-253.
10.1177/09683445090160020508
TODMAN DW(2009). The Ninetieth Anniversary of the Battle of the Somme. War Memory and Popular Culture, Editors: Keren, M, Herwig, HH, McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub
TODMAN DW(2008). The First World War in Contemporary British Popular Culture. Untold War, Editors: Jones, H, O'Brien, J, Schmidt-Supprian, C, Brill Academic Pub
TODMAN DW(2005). The Great War: Myth and Memory. Hambledon and London (London, New York),
TODMAN DW(2004). Command and Control on the Western Front. Spellmont (UK),
TODMAN DW(2004). The Grand Lamasery Revisited: General Headquarters on the Western Front , 1914-1918. Command and Control on the Western Front: The British Army's Experience, 1914-1918, Editors: Sheffield, G, Todman, DW, Spellmount (Staplehurst, Kent),
Todman D(2003). "Sans-Peur-et-Reproche": The retirement, death and mourning of Sir Douglas Haig, 1918-1928. J MILITARY HIST vol. 67, (4) 1083-1106.
10.1353/jmh.2003.0344
Todman D(2002). The reception of The 'Great War' in the 1960s. HIST J FILM RADIO TV vol. 22, (1) 29-36.
10.1080/01439680220120264
TODMAN DW, Danchev A(2002). 'The Alanbrooke Diaries'. Archives vol. April, 57-74.
TODMAN DW, Danchev A(2002). War Diaries 1939-1945, Field Marshal Lord Alanbrooke. Phoenix Press (London),
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