Reviews of Jeremy's work
The Holocaust, History and Memory
This is a valuable addition to the literature on the Holocaust. Its value is twofold.
First, this excellent brief study places the Holocaust in the context of Germany’s military strategy in World War II. It is a timely reminder that Hitler’s genocidal determination to rid Europe of its Jewish population was a key element in Germany’s conduct of the war. Black also emphasises the extent to which all of Europe was complicit in the destruction of European Jewry.
Secondly, in detailing the history of the memorialization of the Holocaust in Europe and beyond, Black insightfully explores important and still unresolved questions concerning the nature and presence of evil in the world, and alerts readers to the ever-present dangers of divisiveness and prejudice in today’s political and theological climate.
Ian J. Bickerton, UNSW
Jeremy's British politics and foreign policy, 1727–44 (Farnham/Burlington: Ashgate, 2014), pp. 318, £75, ISBN 9781472414250 is reviewed in February's edition of Archives.
Jeremy's The Tory world: deep history and the Tory theme in British foreign policy, 1679–2014 (Farnham, Ashgate, 2015), pp. 392, £80, ISBN 9781472414298 is reviewed in February's edition of Archives.
Review by George Goodwin of Other Pasts, Different Presents, Alternative Futures in History Today Vol 65, isswue 12 December 2015. Read the review
Review by Peter J. Hugill of The Power of Knowledge in Journal of Historical Geography. Read the review