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Volume: 30 Issue: 11

Contents of History Today, November 1980

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E. William Monter on the role of France and Italy in the development of witchcraft in Europe.

Adams was a remarkable man and the most able member of America's most celebrated political dynasty. He was a polymath, second only to Jefferson as the most...

Professor W. A. Coupe suggests, on the basis of the popular cartoon of the period, that the Emperor's person was the object of sustained criticism which seemed to...

'Ho, Ho, Ho Chi Minh' was the chant of radicals in the 1966s and 1970s, idolising the Communist leader who led Vietnam's Revolutionary struggle first against...

Graham Seal explores the life and legend of Ned Kelly.

Antonia Gransden on historical writing in medieval England.

David Nicholls examines the central position of Satan in early modern French popular culture.

An introduction by Geoffrey Parker on the European Witchcraze of the 16th and 17th centuries.

Gustav Henningsen on the Navarre Witch-trials of the 17th century.

The year 1980 is being celebrated throughout the world as the fifteen-hundredth anniversary of the birth of St Benedict, whose rule, explains Henry Loyn, has been the...

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