Here you see a list of journals providing their reviews on recensio.net
"Annales. History, Social Sciences" is one of the most renowned French academic journals and focuses on social history. It publishes about 25-35 reviews per issue.
In addition to its annual volume, the journal "Archive for Social History" publishes about ten online reviews every month regarding the social history of Germany, Europe and North America.
The journal "Bohemia", published twice a year, features around 50 reviews of books on the history and present age of the Bohemian Lands and East-Central Europe.
"Francia-Recensio" is the online review section of Francia. It publishes numerous reviews of German and French new publications on history four times a year.
"Early Modern Period-Info", publishing organ of Vienna’s Institute for Research on the Early Modern Period, publishes reviews of international publications on the early modern period once a year.
Twice a year the "German Historical Institute London Bulletin" publishes reviews of current publications on German and British history.
"Germano-Polonica", the E-newsletter of the Committee for the History of the Germans in Poland, publishes one review section per year.
The journal “Göttingen Forum for Ancient Studies (GFA)” publishes articles and reviews relating to classical philology, ancient history and archaeology (exclusively online).
"Hémecht. Revue d’histoire luxembourgeoise / Zeitschrift für Luxemburger Geschichte" is issued four times a year. Each volume contains about 6 reviews of new publications on Luxembourgish history and society.
The "Historical Journal" is published by the Finnish Society for History and contains book reviews on all periods four times a year.
The journal "Historical Notes" publishes new research results and articles in the field of late modern and contemporary history once a year.
The "Hungarian Historical Review" is a peer-reviewed international journal of the social sciences and humanities focusing on Hungarian history.
Since 2000 "The Historian's Craft" annually publishes about 400 reviews on current publications on modern and contemporary history (main focus on Italy and books translated into Italian).
"Inter Finitimos. Yearbook on the History of German-Polish Relations" is a journal which publishes articles from the field of cultural studies. It presents projects and studies focusing on German-Polish relations as well as institutions in Germany and Poland.
Every year, the "Yearbook" publishes about 300 German-language short reviews on new Eastern European publications of arts and humanities in its “annotations”.
The "Yearbook for Studies on Liberalism" roughly publishes 2 dozen reviews regarding theory and history of German and international Liberalism.
About 160 reviews of books on Eastern Europe are printed in the "Yearbooks for the history of Eastern Europe" every year. An additional quarterly book review supplement called "jgo.e-reviews" is also published by the editorial office.
The "Yearbook of Lithuanian History" publishes articles and book reviews in Lithuanian with English and German abstracts.
Since 1996 not only articles and reports on research and conferences have been published in the "Lithuanian Historical Studies" but also reviews of historical literature.
The journal “Lituanistica” is a quarterly release which publishes articles on Lithuanian history, archaeology, linguistics, literature studies and ethnology.
The journal "Mediaevalia Historica Bohemica" (MHB) is published by the Institute of History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
"Media Studies" is a journal published bi-annually by the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Charles University Prague.
Published by the Institute of Mediaeval Studies at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, the journal publishes 25-30 reviews of recent mediaeval studies from the fields of history, art history, musicology, philology, philosophy, theology, and more.
Journal covering the Iberian, Hispanic (including Latin America) and Maghrebian areas from the Antiquity to the present day
With a particular focus on Europe, the "Journal of the Austrian Institute of Historical Research" annually publishes more than 50 reviews of books on medieval and modern history, including research from the fields of auxiliary sciences of history and archiving.
The NOA focuses on the history of Northeastern Europe. The journal publishes about 20 reviews each year.
The "New Historical Journal" is a long-established Italian scholarly journal which deals mainly with Medieval, Modern and Contemporary History.
The journal "Sources and Research from Italian Archives and Libraries", which is published once a year, contains an extensive review section with reviews in German and Italian.
"Recensio Moskau" is a Russian-language online review journal where Western new publications are reviewed by Russian and Eastern European scholars.
"Research on Diderot and his Encyclopédie" is a multidisciplinary journal gathering research articles and documents on the authors of and contributors to Diderot and d'Alembert's Encyclopédie in an annual issue.
The multilingual journal of the Max Planck Institute for European History of Law publishes international, high-quality research articles and critical reviews of selected publications in the field of legal history.
"Reviews in History" publishes four reviews every week, from all fields of historical interest.
A history journal focusing on the 19th century in France and Europe, covering a wide range of historical aspects of the 19th century, from political history to social, economic and cultural history.
The online review journal "viewpoints" has been published since 2001 and puts out between 80 and 120 reviews of mainly German and English historical literature every month.
"Soudobé dějiny" (Contemporary History) is the journal of the Institute of Contemporary History at the Academy of Sciences in Prague. In four issues per year it publishes amongst others articles on the Czech history of the 20th century and reviews on current publications.
In its extensive review section the "South East European Studies" offer a vast overview of the current literature on the history of Southeastern Europe in all relevant languages.
"Southeastern Europe" publishes about 25 reviews of current literature on the history and culture of Southeastern Europe every year.
In about 50 reviews annually the "Hungary Yearbook" reviews works of Hungarian and non-Hungarian authors on the history, culture, politics, society and economy of Hungary.
The "Social and Economic History Quarterly" was established in 1903 and therefore is the oldest journal devoted to research on social and economic history. It is published quarterly and produces about a dozen articles and miscellanea as well as around 250 reviews per volume.
The journal "WerkstattGeschichte" is published three times a year. Each issue usually features around ten book reviews as well as reviews of exhibitions and films. They are published as well on the journal's website.
The "Journal for Balkanology", one of the leading balkanological publication journals, publishes about 20 book reviews in two editions every year.
The ZfGD is an annual publication usually released at the end of September. It is an important reviewing medium in the field of historical and political education in German-speaking countries.
Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung (ZHF). Vierteljahresschrift zur Erforschung des Spätmittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit
The “Journal for Historical Research” is dedicated to the history of the Late Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period. It is published quarterly and includes about 200 reviews book reviews per year.
In the "Journal for East-Central European Research" about 30 reviews of historical literature on East Central Europe are published quarterly.