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“Returning Home to Fight:” Bristolians in the Dominion Armies, 1914-1918 (2020)
Book Chapter
Fedorowich, K., & Booth, C. (in press). “Returning Home to Fight:” Bristolians in the Dominion Armies, 1914-1918. In D. E. Delaney, M. Frost, & A. L. Brown (Eds.), Manpower and the Armies of the British Empire in the Two World WarsCornell University Press

One issue that migration historians have ignored as a fruitful field of endeavour is the experience of thousands of British-born migrants who either came back to the United Kingdom to enlist in British regiments or enlisted in the respective dominion... Read More about “Returning Home to Fight:” Bristolians in the Dominion Armies, 1914-1918.

Restocking the British world: Empire migration and anglo-Canadian relations, 1919–30 (2016)
Journal Article
Fedorowich, K. (2016). Restocking the British world: Empire migration and anglo-Canadian relations, 1919–30. Britain and the World, 9(2), 236-269. https://doi.org/10.3366/brw.2016.0239

Throughout the 1920s Canadian politicians, immigration officials, eugenicists and political commentators talked about the need to ‘Canadianize’ all migrants who arrived in the dominion, including those from the mother country. This did not mean that... Read More about Restocking the British world: Empire migration and anglo-Canadian relations, 1919–30.

“Caught in the cross fire”: Lord Beaverbrook, Sir Gerald Campbell and the near demise of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, May-October 1940 (2015)
Journal Article
Fedorowich, K. (2015). “Caught in the cross fire”: Lord Beaverbrook, Sir Gerald Campbell and the near demise of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, May-October 1940. Journal of Military History, 79(1), 37-68

This essay examines a highly significant but little know incident –the ‘Campbell affair’ - that occurred during the first six months of Winston Churchill’s premiership between May and October 1940. As the RAF and Luftwaffe fought for aerial supremac... Read More about “Caught in the cross fire”: Lord Beaverbrook, Sir Gerald Campbell and the near demise of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, May-October 1940.

Directing the War from Trafalgar Square? Vincent Massey and the Canadian High Commission, 1939-42 (2012)
Journal Article
Fedorowich, K. (2012). Directing the War from Trafalgar Square? Vincent Massey and the Canadian High Commission, 1939-42. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 40(1), 87-117. https://doi.org/10.1080/03086534.2012.656493

This article explores a number of key facets of Vincent Massey's tenure as Canada's wartime high commissioner in London between 1939 and 1942. Using the personal tensions and mutual suspicions which existed between Massey and the mercurial Canadian p... Read More about Directing the War from Trafalgar Square? Vincent Massey and the Canadian High Commission, 1939-42.

Sir gerald campbell and the british high commission in Wartime Ottawa, 1938-1940 (2011)
Journal Article
Fedorowich, K. (2011). Sir gerald campbell and the british high commission in Wartime Ottawa, 1938-1940. War in History, 18(3), 357-385. https://doi.org/10.1177/0968344511401492

In 1938 Sir Gerald campbell arrived in Ottawa to take up the position as the United Kingdom's high commissioner. Not much has been written about the man or his period in office (1938-41). Indeed, the sketchy and simplistic assessments of campbell, wh... Read More about Sir gerald campbell and the british high commission in Wartime Ottawa, 1938-1940.

When is a diplomat not a diplomat? The office of the High Commissioner (2010)
Book Chapter
Fedorowich, K. (2010). When is a diplomat not a diplomat? The office of the High Commissioner. In F. Bongiorno, C. Bridge, & D. Lee (Eds.), More than an Ambassador: A Century of Australian High Commissioners in the United Kingdom, 10-23. Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Lord Harlech in South Africa, 1941-1944 (2008)
Book Chapter
Fedorowich, K. (2008). Lord Harlech in South Africa, 1941-1944. In C. Baxter, & A. Stewart (Eds.), Diplomats at War: British and Commonwealth Diplomacy in Wartime, 195-225. Martinus Nijhoff

The British Empire on the move: 1760-1914 (2008)
Book Chapter
Fedorowich, K. (2008). The British Empire on the move: 1760-1914. In S. Stockwell (Ed.), The British Empire: Themes and Perspectives, 63-100. Wiley-Blackwell

German espionage and British counter-intelligence in South Africa and Mozambique, 1939-1944 (2005)
Journal Article
Fedorowich, K. (2005). German espionage and British counter-intelligence in South Africa and Mozambique, 1939-1944. Historical Journal, 48(1), 209-230. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0018246X04004273

For most of the Second World War, German and Italian agents were actively engaged in a variety of intelligence gathering exercises in southern Africa. The hub of this activity was Lourenço Marques, the colonial capital of Portuguese East Africa (Moza... Read More about German espionage and British counter-intelligence in South Africa and Mozambique, 1939-1944.