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The second issue of Comparative Legal History's second volume, a theme issue on 'The Great War and Private Law' (eds. Michael Lobban and Willem H van Boom) has just appeared.
- "Introduction" (Michael Lobban)
- "The Great War and Private Law: A Delayed Effect" (David Deroussin)
- "The Effects of World War I on Austrian Private Law" (Martin P. Schennach)
- "The Great War and the Reorientation of Italian Private Law" (Carlotta Latini)
- "Private Law, Judge-Made Law and Heimatfront" (Hans-Peter Haferkamp)
- "English Contract Law and the Great War" (Catherine MacMillan)
- "The Great War and Dutch Contract Law" (Willem H van Boom)
- "Comparative Legal Histories, Pluralities, and Empires" (Seán Patrick Donlan)
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