History Review, Issue: 56
Mark Rathbone assesses the degree of success achieved by one of the great Victorian Prime Ministers.
John Plowright has been reading a volume in the new-look Access to History series; Julius Ruiz has enjoyed a volume commemorating the beginning of one of the most...
R. E. Foster surveys the changing interpretations and introduces the key facts.
Fifty years after Khrushchev’s famous denunciation of Stalin at the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, John Etty examines what was at stake....
Vincent Barnett reveals that there is more to Machiavelli than his notorious reputation.
F.G. Stapleton seeks to understand why the Pontiff of 1939-58 has been called ‘Hitler’s Pope’.
Mike Wells argues that Russian decisions in July 1870 were of major significance for the history of Europe.
Richard Wilkinson, Louis XIV’s new biographer, searches for the real Sun King.
Once again Russel Tarr demonstrates how ICT can enrich and enliven the work of historians.
Gervase Phillips points out the limitations in a common interpretation.
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