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Volume: 31 Issue: 1

Contents of History Today, January 1981

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Renee and Raj Isar continue a monthly Monument series on historic buildings around the world, with a look at this Mughal site at Agra, India.

Ian Bradley looks at the history of a topical political issue

Japan had two great infatuations with the West: in the 1870s and during the American occupation of 1945-52. Forsaking traditional isolationism, Japan welcomed...

Thurstan Shaw presents a special feature on human attempts to manipulate and control natural resources

Mark Jones looks at the cultural power of messages on medals.

Maggie Black looks at the political uses of dining in 18th century England

Michael Crowder looks back over 30 years of history publishing

The invasion of Poland by Tsar Alexis of Russia in May, 1654, marked the emergence of his country as a major European power. As Philip Longworth argues here, it was...

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