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Graham Goodlad examines the role of Britain's postwar Labour government in the early stages of the Cold War.

Issue: 69 2011

Andrew Boxer demonstrates the ways in which external events affected the struggles of African Americans in the 1950s and 1960s.

Issue: 70 2011

John French died on May 22nd, 1925. In this article from our June 2011 issue, Adam Hochschild looks at his relationship with his sister, Charlotte Despard, a radical campaigner and suffragette.

Volume: 61 Issue: 6 2011

Benjamin Zachariah helps to debunk the romantic 'Legend of the Mahatma'.

Issue: 69 2011

D.R. Thorpe, Macmillan's new biographer, evokes the memory of 'Supermac'.

Issue: 70 2011

Chris Corin ressurects the life of a Soviet survivor whose remarkable and significant career deserves to be better known.

Issue: 70 2011

Robert Pearce has been pleasantly surprised at the quality of a new textbook.

Issue: 69 2011

Russel Tarr compares and contrasts the rise to power of two Communist leaders.

Issue: 69 2011

Graham Darby points to common errors and omissions that should be avoided.

Issue: 67 2010

Vincent Barnett welcomes a new introductory text on the most important modern British economist.

Issue: 66 2010

Michael Scott-Baumann explains why Nasser is such an important figure in the Middle East in the twentieth century.

Issue: 66 2010

Mark Rathbone puts the famous 1954 school segregation case, Brown v. Board of Education, into historical context.

Issue: 68 2010

Viv Saunders reveals how sport and society are intertwined.

Issue: 66 2010

Stuart Clayton ask whether the mass media have undermined the status of leading authority figures in Britain since 1945.

Issue: 68 2010

Peter Donaldson examines how the British people reacted to the various stages of the South African war of 1899-1902.

Issue: 67 2010

Graham Goodlad examines the changing role of the occupant of Number Ten in an era of significant political change.

Issue: 67 2010

Andrew Boxer explains why party political strife lacked real substance in the period after 1945.

2010

John Etty shows the vital importance of aviation in the Stalinist Soviet Union.

Issue: 67 2010

Lindsay Pollick reviews changing interpretations.

Issue: 66 2010

Mark Rathbone analyses the continuing influence of the Munich conference on post-war events.

Issue: 64 2009

Robert Pearce examines the career of Mussolini’s forerunner

Issue: 64 2009

Ian D. Thatcher defends the record of Josef Stalin’s successor, Nikita Khrushchev, and sees him as a forerunner of Gorbachev.

Issue: 63 2009

Janet Copeland introduces one of the most important feminist figures in twentieth-century history.

Issue: 63 2009

Nick Smart scrutinises Chamberlain's foreign policy and the historiography of appeasement.

Issue: 65 2009

Chris Corin exposes the huge apparatus created by Tsarist Russia to combat the threat of revolution.

Issue: 64 2009

Alan Sharp takes a fresh look at the statesmen responsible for the Treaty of Versailles

Issue: 65 2009

David Powell establishes a clear path through the historiographical maze

Issue: 64 2009

Russell Tarr sees similarities but also important contrasts in the foreign policies of Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy

Issue: 65 2009

John Swift examines a vital element of the Cold War and assesses the motives of the Superpowers.

Issue: 63 2009

Graham Goodland assesses the impact of developments in non-military technology on the conduct of war in the modern era.

Issue: 64 2009

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