Selected Recent Historical Research projects on WWII-
(the majority developed from papers for the London Seminar)
"Prelude to Bretton Woods: The Keynes and White Plans." (Best Paper Award, 1996)
"The Politics of Retribution: British Mediation in Establishing a System for Prosecuting Nazi War Crimes." (Best Paper Award, 1997).
"British & American Diplomatic Relations with the French During the Second World War: The Case of Madagascar." (Best Paper Award, 1998)
"Learning from Adversity: The Allies and the Campaign in Sicily, 1943." (Best Paper Award, 1999)
"At Cross Purposes: The Anglo-American Response(s) to the Greek Crisis, 1943-1945." (Best Paper Award, 2001)
"Brick Against Stone: The China Problem, the Western Allies, and the Clash between General Stilwell and Chiang Kai-Shek."
"A Forgotten Story: The Office of Strategic Services in South Africa & Portuguese East Africa During World War II." (Best Paper Award, 2002)
"Resisting the `Good War’: A Comparison of American and British Responses to Conscientious Objectors in the Second World War."
"An Underestimated Resource: The Allies and the French Resistance in Operation Overlord, June 1944."
"Paranoia or Fact? Explaining How Stalin Interpreted Intelligence Preceding Operation Barbarossa." (Best Paper Award, 2004)
"The `Other Losses’ Debate: American and British Treatment of German Prisoners of War in the Second World War."
"Shrine of the Little Fascist? A Critical Reassessment of the Political Rhetoric of Father Charles Coughlin, 1933-1941." (Best Paper Award, 2004)
"Allied Operations in the Dodecanese (1943): A Reassessment." (Best Paper Award, 2005).