Volume: 32 Issue: 3
Contents of History Today, March 1982
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In the winter of 1939-40, whilst already waging war against the might of Nazi Germany, Britain, together with France, was preparing to send a military expedition...
Helen Davidson on a new search into recovering Charles I's treasure boat
As a political thinker Cicero has been all manner of things to all manner of men. In order to understand Cicero's political ideas, however, we need to look at the...
Sakari Sariola looks at the relationship between Finland and the Soviet Union.
A short editorial by Michael Trend.
1982 marks the tercentenary of the death of Prince Rupert, the most brilliant of Charles I's generals. As Hugh Trevor-Roper here documents, he was single-minded in...
Hew Strachan reviews historians' approaches to the Great War.
In this review article Andrew Saint evokes the age of the great department stores - those paternalistic emporiums selling the widest range of merchandise which...
In a previous issue History Today considered the Lisle Letters as a great publishing enterprise. This article by V.H.H. Green concentrates on what the letters tell...
This is the text of the Sir John Neale lecture delivered at University College, London on December 7th, 1981.
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