History Review, Issue: 26
Graham Darby looks at recent guides to seventeenth century Europe.
Frank McDonough looks at a lively introduction to the Fuhrer.
Richard Harding praises a thought-provoking historical atlas.
Stephen Cross reviews a recent guide to the Third Reich.
Previewing his forthcoming biography, Robert Knecht argues that recent whitewash has failed to cover guilty blood.
Malcolm Crook takes a fresh look at the eighteenth-century alliance between philosophers and kings.
Kenneth Baker argues that cartoonists have let recent Prime Ministers off lightly compared with their eighteenth-century predecessors.
Edgar Feuchtwanger reconsiders the career of a Victorian icon.
Presentation of the past as a seed-bed of modernity gives it bogus relevance to modern concerns. Two hundred and fifty years after the battle of Culloden Jeremy Black...
Frank McDonough looks at recent thinking on the origins of the war of 1899-1902
W A Speck looks at new thinking about the emergence of whigs and tories.
Raphael Mokades - the winner of the 1996 Julia Wood Award - argues that military failure in the Boer War transformed political attitudes in Edwardian Britain.
In the second instalment of a two part article, Roger Eatwell chooses bewteen rival definitions of a slippery word
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