Articles

‘Axis Broadcasts Relating to Australia, India, Iran, and Iraq’, Imperial War Museum-AHRC-BBC Monitoring Service Project Listening to the World, at http://www.iwm.org.uk/sites/default/files/images/gallery/Axis%20Broadcasts%20relating%20to%20Australia%2C%20India%2C%20Iran%20and%20Iraq%20-%20Ashley%20Jackson%20.pdf

‘Winston Churchill, Ditchley Park, and Oxfordshire’, Finest Hour: The Journal of Winston Churchill, 165 (2014).

Full length version, Finest Hour Online, at http://www.winstonchurchill.org/support/the-churchill-centre/publications/finest-hour-online/2689-winston-churchill-oxfordshire-and-ditchley-park

‘Introduction: The British Empire and the First World War in History’, The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 103, 2 (2014).

‘Sir Charles Lucas and The Empire at War’, The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 103, 2 (2014).

‘Military Migrants: British Service Personnel in Ceylon during the Second World War’, Britain and the World: Historical Journal of the British Scholar Society, 6, 1 (2013).

For the draft proof, see Military Migrants – British Service Personnel in Ceylon

‘Branding Empire: Imperial Associations in British Advertising’, Bodleian Library Record, 25, 1 (2012).

‘Britain in the Indian Ocean’, Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, 7, 2 (2011).

‘The Empire-Commonwealth and the Second World War’, The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 100, 412 (2011).

‘Images of Empire’ (with David Tomkins), BBC History Magazine, 12, 7 (July 2011).

‘New Research on the British Empire and the Second World War’, edited article involving 10 scholars, Global War Studies, 7, 1 (2010) and 7, 2 (2010).

‘You’re Not Alone: The Empire at War, 1940’, BBC History Magazine Second World War Special (May 2010).

‘The Colonial Film Archive and the Empire at War, 1939-1945’, British Empire at War Research Group Paper No. 1 (2010) http://britishempireatwardotorg.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/the-empire-at-war-on-film1.pdf.

‘Counterinsurgency and the New Foreign Policy’, Defence Studies, 10, 1 (2010).

‘The Impact of the Cold War and New Scrambles for Africa’, review article, Journal of Southern African Studies, 36, 1 (2010).

‘The Imperial Antecedents of British Special Forces’, RUSI Journal, 154, 3 (2009).

‘Iran, the Allies, and the Second World War, Global War Studies, 7,1 (2010).

‘“Defend Lanka Your Home”: War on the Home Front in Ceylon, 1939-1945’, War in History, 16, 2 (April 2009).

‘The Empire at War (1914-18)’, BBC History Magazine, 9, 11 (November 2008), pp. 51-54. Reprinted in First World War special publication, BBC History Magazine, October 2012.

‘War, Violence, and Peace in Africa’, review article, Journal of Southern African Studies, 34, 4 (December 2008).

‘The British Empire and the Second World War: Author’s Perspective’, World War II Quarterly, 4, 1 (2007).

‘The Evolution of the Division in British Military History’, RUSI Journal 152, 6 (2007).

‘Churchill: Warrior and Writer’, review article, The Round Table: Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 96, 389 (2007).

‘Peace Support Operations in Africa: A Joint British-Kenyan Initiative’, conference report, African Affairs 106, 425(2007).

‘Empire and Beyond: The Pursuit of Overseas National Interests in the Late Twentieth Century’, review article, English Historical Review, cxxii, 499 (2007).

‘Nigeria: A Security Overview’, The Round Table: Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 96, 392 (2007).

‘The Royal Navy and the Indian Ocean Region since 1945’, RUSI Journal, 151, 6 (2006).

‘British Counterinsurgency in History: A Useful Precedent?’, British Army Review, 139 (2006).

‘British-African Defence and Security Connections’, Defence Studies, 6, 3 (2006).

‘Governing Empire: Colonial Memoirs and the History of H. M. Overseas Civil Service’, review article, African Affairs, 103, 412 (2004).

‘Supplying War: The High Commission Territories’ Military Logistical Contribution in the Second World War’, Journal of Military History, 66 (July 2002).

‘Refitting the Fleet in Ceylon’, Journal of Indian Ocean Studies, 10, 3 (2002).

The Mutiny of 1st Battalion The Mauritius Regiment, Madagascar, 1943’, Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 80 (2002).

‘The Bechuanaland Protectorate, the Caprivi Strip, and the First World War’, War and Society, 19, 2 (October 2001).

‘African Soldiers and Imperial Authorities: Tensions and Unrest during the Service of High Commission Territories Soldiers in the British Army, 1941-46’, Journal of Southern African Studies, 25, 4 (December 1999).

‘Tshekedi Khama, Bechuanaland, and the Central African Federation’, South African Historical Journal, 40 (1999).

‘VE (Victory in Europe) Day 1995: Perspectives and Commemorations from Botswana’, Botswana Notes and Records, 30(1998).

‘Motivation and Mobilization for War: Recruitment for the British Army in the Bechuanaland Protectorate, 1941-42’, African Affairs, 96, 384 (1997).

‘”Bad Chiefs and Sub Tribes”: Aspects of Recruitment for the British Army in the Bechuanaland Protectorate, 1941-42’, Botswana Notes and Records, 28(1996).

‘Tswana War Poetry’, Botswana Notes and Records, 27(1995).

Other articles:

‘Oxford and the Wider World’, Oxford Magazine, 267(2007).

‘Cornwall and the British Empire’, Cornish Guardian, 23 August 2006.

‘Research Year in Botswana’, Oxford Magazine (2000).

‘The House of Khama: Men Who Would Be Kings’, Overseas: Quarterly Journal of the Royal Over-Seas League (September-November, 1998).

‘Forgotten Army? Botswana’s War Veterans’, Kutlwano: Botswana’s National Magazine, 33, 5 (1995).

‘Tshekedi Khama, Leetile Raditladi, and the Second World War’, Lekgapho: Khama III Memorial Museum Periodical (1995).

‘Playing Empire’, (with David Tomkins), image and interpretation, Edgar Wind Society Journal (January 2011).

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography entry for Sir Herbert Read (completed May 1998).

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography entry for Nnamidi Azikiwe (completed October 2000).