Journal Articles

  1. Getting Away with Murder: Political Violence on Trial in Interwar France. European History Quarterly
  2. Were we terrorists? History, terrorism, and the French Resistance. History Compass 16(2), e12440
  3. Communist Veterans and Paramilitarism in 1920s France: TheAssociation r├ępublicaine des anciens combattants. Journal of War & Culture Studies 8(4), 300-314.
  4. Street-fighting Men: Political Violence in Inter-war France. The English Historical Review 129(538), 606-638.
  5. The French Veterans and the Republic: The Union nationale des combattants and the Union federale, 1934-1938. European History Quarterly 42(1)-70.
  6. Political Violence in Interwar France. History Compass 10(3), 246-259.
  7. February 6, 1934: The Veterans' Riot. French Historical Studies 33(4), 545-572.


  1. & (Eds.). Political Violence and Democracy in Western Europe, 1918-1940. Chris Millington and Kevin Passmore (Ed.), Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  2. & France and Fascism: February 1934 and the Dynamics of Political Crisis. Routledge.
  3. From Victory to Vichy: Veterans in Interwar France. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Book Chapters

  1. The Shooting at Chartres: A Case Study in French Political Violence. In Ludivine Broch and Alison Carrol (Ed.), France in an Era of Global War, 1914-1945. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  2. The Veterans and the Extreme Right: The Union nationale des combattants, 1927-1936. In Samuel Kalman and Sean Kennedy (Ed.), The French Right Between the Wars Political and Intellectual Movements from Conservatism to Fascism. New York; Oxford: Berghahn.