Research by IWM staff has been published in a wide variety of books and journals. Works published by staff in 2012 include:
Film History and Preservation
Haggith, Toby, ‘Hitchcock Goes to War’, in James Bell (ed.), The 39 Steps to the Genius of Hitchcock, London: Sight and Sound, 2012.
Roberts, Hilary, Cecil Beaton: Theatre of War, London: Jonathan Cape, 2012.
Rosen, Jane, ‘Thou Shalt Teach Revolution: Tom Anderson and his contribution to the education of the children of Glasgow’ in Ruth Ewan, The Glasgow Schools, 2012.
Second World War
Jeffreys, Alan, ‘Training the Indian Army, 1939-1945’ in Alan Jeffreys & Patrick Rose (eds.), The Indian Army 1939-47, Farnham: Ashgate, 2012.
Bardgett, Suzanne, ‘The Material Culture of Persecution: Collecting for the Holocaust Exhibition at the Imperial War Museum’ in Graeme Were and JCH King (eds.), Extreme Collecting: Challenging Practices for 21st Century Museums, London: Berghahn, 2012.
Paterson, Sarah, Tracing Your Prisoner of War Ancestors: The First World War, Pen and Sword in Association with IWM, 2012.