History Review, Issue: 55
Robert Pearce has enjoyed two books on 20th-century British history, but has not been able to resist pointing out errors, whilst Michael Lynch has been impressed by a...
Graham Goodlad examines the management of public opinion by British governments between the French Revolutionary conflict and the Great War.
Ian Cawood charts the changing reputation of a key figure in the postwar Labour Party.
Gervase Phillips explains how and why Henry so badly mishandled his relations with the Scots.
John Spiller examines interpretations of the role of Parliament in the reign of the first Stuart king.
Russell Tarr explains how the Bolsheviks established their grip on Russia after the 1917 Revolution, and at what cost.
Paul Ward gives guidance to students on making a key transition.
Michael Broers argues that the influence of Napoleon’s Empire was out of all proportion to its duration.
Viv Sanders puts an inspiring figure, and an important event, into historical perspective.
Jonathan Colman provides an overview of modern British Imperial History, introducing the key events and issues that students need to understand.
Graham Noble examines the origins and traces the consequences of the notorious Edict of 1492.
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