Volume: 31 Issue: 4
Contents of History Today, April 1981
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Chris Wrigley reviews the impact of the great historian, celebrating his recent birthday.
Richard W. Unger explores how technical superiority, the discovery of the advantages of specialisation in design, and the extensive exploitation of that discovery...
Maggie Black looks at the history of the seasonal traditions of contrasting fasting and excess.
Stuart A. Schram continues our Makers of the 20th Century series. That Mao Zedong has changed the course of modern history is beyond dispute. the extent of his...
Mia Rodríguez-Salgado looks at the lives and impact of the Christian and Muslim corsairs on the early modern seas.
In the month that the population of Britain will be counted for the eighteenth time, Sydney D Bailey argues that census taking, 'molesting and perplexing every...
In 1844 the people of the former Spanish colony of Santo Domingo rose in rebellion against the Haitians who had occupied their island since 1822. But instead of...
Irene Coltman Brown continues our series on the Historian as Philosopher.
James A. Arvites argues that the defeat of the Roman army at Adrianople in AD 378 changed the face of the Empire and led to the replacement of the infantry by heavy...
Kenneth Hudson on how the museum at Rüsselsheim is no usual museum of local history or industry. Rather it is a museum of industrialisation conceived as a microcosm...
Ian Beckett continues our series on military history with a look at War and Society.
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