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Introduction: Waterloo and is afterlife in the nineteenth-century periodical and newspaper press

(2015) VICTORIAN PERIODICALS REVIEW. 48(4). p.447-452
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This article contextualises the battle of Waterloo and its impact on cultural life through the pages of the printed press. It looks at specific case studies and selects a number of issues to demonstrate how this event was possible the most defining battle of the nineteenth century.
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Waterloo, history, visual culture, 19C press

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MLA
Keirstead, Christopher, and Marysa Demoor. “Introduction: Waterloo and Is Afterlife in the Nineteenth-century Periodical and Newspaper Press.” VICTORIAN PERIODICALS REVIEW 2015 : 447–452. Print.
APA
Keirstead, C., & Demoor, M. (2015). Introduction: Waterloo and is afterlife in the nineteenth-century periodical and newspaper press. VICTORIAN PERIODICALS REVIEW. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
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Keirstead, Christopher, and Marysa Demoor. 2015. “Introduction: Waterloo and Is Afterlife in the Nineteenth-century Periodical and Newspaper Press.” Victorian Periodicals Review. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
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Keirstead, Christopher, and Marysa Demoor. 2015. “Introduction: Waterloo and Is Afterlife in the Nineteenth-century Periodical and Newspaper Press.” Victorian Periodicals Review. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
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Keirstead C, Demoor M. Introduction: Waterloo and is afterlife in the nineteenth-century periodical and newspaper press. VICTORIAN PERIODICALS REVIEW. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press; 2015. p. 447–52.
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C. Keirstead and M. Demoor, “Introduction: Waterloo and is afterlife in the nineteenth-century periodical and newspaper press,” VICTORIAN PERIODICALS REVIEW, vol. 48, no. 4. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, pp. 447–452, 2015.
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  author       = {Keirstead, Christopher and Demoor, Marysa},
  issn         = {0709-4698},
  keywords     = {Waterloo,history,visual culture,19C press},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {447--452},
  publisher    = {Johns Hopkins University Press},
  series       = {VICTORIAN PERIODICALS REVIEW},
  title        = {Introduction: Waterloo and is afterlife in the nineteenth-century periodical and newspaper press},
  volume       = {48},
  year         = {2015},
}

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