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Volume: 32 Issue: 10

Contents of History Today, October 1982

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P.J. Thorne analyses the symbolism contained within the famed 11th-century embroidered tapestry.

Sir Horace Wilson was born a hundred years ago. His career broke the tradition of the anonymous civil servant. During the Munich crisis he became a controversial and...

Paul Kennedy rounds up the historiography of appeasement.

Frederick Hobley remembers his nineteenth-century school and university days.

The transition of Henry VIII from Renaissance monarch to the Reformation patriarch, supreme head of the Church of England can be charted through the visual images of...

John D. Pelzer explains how the casual gathering of like-minded coffee-drinkers would influence British political and intellectual life for decades.

The British like to think they created modern India, but the firm foundation of the Indian state and the growth of a powerful Indian national identity is no less the...

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