Brett Holman, The Next War in the Air: Britain's Fear of the Bomber, 1908-1941 (Farnham and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2014).
Brett Holman, 'The enemy at the gates: the 1918 mystery aeroplane panic in Australia and New Zealand', in Michael J. K. Walsh and Andrekos Varnava, eds, Australia and the Great War: Identity, Memory and Mythology (Carlton: Melbourne University Press, 2016), 71-96.
Brett Holman, ‘Constructing the enemy within: rumours of secret gun platforms and Zeppelin bases in Britain, August-October 1914’, British Journal for Military History 3, no. 2 (2017), 22-42, http://bjmh.org.uk/index.php/bjmh/article/view/151 (free: published version).
Brett Holman, 'The phantom airship panic of 1913: imagining aerial warfare in Britain before the Great War', Journal of British Studies 55 (2016), 99-119, http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/jbr.2015.173 (free: accepted version, after peer review)
Brett Holman, 'The shadow of the airliner: commercial bombers and the rhetorical destruction of Britain, 1917-35', Twentieth Century British History 24 (2013), 495-517, http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/tcbh/hws042 (free: published version)
Brett Holman, '"Bomb back, and bomb hard": debating reprisals during the Blitz', Australian Journal of Politics and History 58 (2012), 394-407, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-8497.2012.01643.x (free: accepted version, after peer-review)
Brett Holman, 'The air panic of 1935: British press opinion between disarmament and rearmament', Journal of Contemporary History 46 (2011), 288-307, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0022009410392407 (free: accepted version, after peer review)
Brett Holman, 'World police for world peace: British internationalism and the threat of a knock-out blow from the air, 1919-1945', War in History 17 (2010), 313-32, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0968344510365227 (free: accepted version, after peer review)
Articles (astrophysics, refereed)
M. J. Drinkwater, M. D. Gregg, B. A. Holman and M. J. I. Brown, 'The evolution and star formation of dwarf galaxies in the Fornax Cluster', Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 326 (2001), 1067-94, http://dx.doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-8711.2001.04646.x (free: published version)
Brett Holman, 'Explainer: the terror behind Keep Calm And Carry On', The Conversation, 12 July 2016, https://theconversation.com/explainer-the-terror-behind-keep-calm-and-carry-on-58651.
Brett Holman, 'Seeing things: mystery aeroplanes caused a scare on the home front in 1918', Wartime 61 (2013), 48-53.
Brett Holman, 'Ploughshares into swords? The forgotten threat of the commercial bomber', Flightpath, May 2011, 56-9.
Brett Holman, 'Looking up at the Luftwaffe', BBC History Magazine, September 2010, 34-6.
Brett Holman, 'Who was Neon?', Dirigible 57 (2009), 16-7. (free: original version)
Brett Holman, 'Goodbye, Zeta Reticuli', Fortean Times 242 (November 2008), 50-2.
Brett Holman, review of Dietmar Süss, Death from the Skies: How the British and Germans Survived Bombing in World War II (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014), Britain and the World 8 (2015), 112-5, http://dx.doi.org/10.3366/brw.2015.170b
Brett Holman, review of Richard Overy, The Bombing War: Europe 1939-1945 (London: Allen Lane, 2013), Wartime 69 (2015).
Brett Holman, review of John Bede Cusack, They Hosed Them Out (Kent Town: Wakefield Press, 2012), Reviews in Australian Studies 8 (2014). (published version)
Brett Holman, review of Michael Molkentin, Flying the Southern Cross: Aviators Charles Ulm and Charles Kingsford Smith (Canberra: National Library of Australia, 2012), Reviews in Australian Studies 7 (2013). (published version)
Brett Holman, review of Susan R. Grayzel, At Home and Under Fire: Air Raids and Culture in Britain from the Great War to the Blitz (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012), Journal of Military History 76 (2012), 1267-8.
Brett Holman, review of Gordon Pirie, Air Empire: British Imperial Civil Aviation 1919-1939 (Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2009), Journal of Historical Geography 37 (2011), 252. (doi:10.1016/j.jhg.2011.02.007)
Brett Holman, review of Anthony Aldgate and Jeffrey Richards, Britain Can Take It: British Cinema in the Second World War (London and New York: I. B. Tauris, 2007) and S. P. Mackenzie, The Battle of Britain on Screen: ‘The Few’ in British Film and Television Drama (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007), Melbourne Historical Journal 36 (2008), 87-90.
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