History Review, Issue: 25
Christopher Ray reviews recent guides to the 19th and 20th centuries.
Philip Mansel looks at a definitive study of ancien regime politics.
Robin Briggs believes some historians produce more fantasies than the witches they study.
John Hardman, a biographer of Louis XVI, argues that the king at the time of the French Revolution fails to live down to his abysmal reputation.
It is 150 years since the Corn Laws were repealed. David Eastwood explains why the 1815 Corn Laws were necessary and why circumstances conspired to force the repeal of...
John Rohl reveals monarchical mentalities and structures in Imperial Germany.
Graham Seel uncovers their pivotal and sometimes underhand role in the struggle between king and parliament.
In the first instalment of a two-part article, Roger Eatwell looks at rival definitions of a slippery word.
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