History Review, Issue: 58
Viv Sanders corrects the male bias in the study of the civil rights movement in the USA.
Graham Goodlad examines the controversies surrounding the development of royal power under Charles II and James II.
Reviewing a new set of biographies, Robert Pearce sees many posities that deserve to be accentuated but cannot entirely eliminate the negatives.
Did it matter that the fifth Tudor monarch was a woman rather than a man? Retha Warnicke investigates.
Alan Farmer assesses the personal responsibility of the Führer
Janet Copeland focuses on an important figure in the emancipation of British women.
John Etty examines how far history has been moulded by enviroment,
Robert Pearce attempts to probe the nature of the 1918-22 Coalition.
F.G. Stapleton highlights the key role played by the Italian King in the Rise of Mussolini.
Richard Wilkinson shows that good history is never dull.
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