History Review, Issue: 65
John Spiller surveys race relations in the United States during Reconstruction and constructs a balance sheet.
Richard Wilkinson is impressed, up to a point, with a new revisionist study on Tudor religious controversies.
Lindsay Pollick shares her experiences and her enthusiasm.
Richard Wilkinson has immersed himself in a new study of the Second World War.
Graham Goodlad examines the controverisal reputation of Napoleon Bonaparte as a military commander.
Nick Smart scrutinises Chamberlain's foreign policy and the historiography of appeasement.
Andrew Boxer welcomes a new textbook on recent American history.
Alan Sharp takes a fresh look at the statesmen responsible for the Treaty of Versailles
Patrick Williams provides us with the results of the latest research on the Armada
Russell Tarr sees similarities but also important contrasts in the foreign policies of Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy
Simon Lemieux examines examples of German Protestant propaganda.
Emily Parton asks a key question about Italian unification, in the winning entry of History Review magazine's 2009 Julia Wood Award.
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