Volume: 32 Issue: 1
Contents of History Today, January 1982
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Gordon Daniels on the sustained bombardement of the Japanese mainland, prior to the use of the Atomic bombs.
German cartoonists, explains W.A. Coupe, told in stark visual language of the growing bitterness felt by their countrymen at the terms of the 1919 Peace Treaty....
Jean-Pierre Lehmann explores Japan's transition from isolation to internationalisation.
Richard Sims looks at Japanese fascism in the 1930s.
The Japanese Emperor Hirohito, introduced by Richard Storry.
This month History Today publishes the first in a new regular series of bibliographical essays on a wide variety of historiographical topics. The idea of the series...
There is evidence, argues Adrian Tronson, to suggest that the thirteenth-century Mali empire, and its ruler Sundiata, were strongly influenced by the life of...
Although Kensington Palace was the official residence of Edward, Duke of Kent, and the birthplace of his daughter, the future Queen Victoria, his attempts to repair...
The framework for the police of nineteenth century France, argues Clive Emsley, emerged out of the reorganisation of the Revolution and the reforms of Napoleon.
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