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Volume: 33 Issue: 12

Contents of History Today, December 1983

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At the start of the reign of Charles II, government was the King's business and factions contested for the monarch's ear. The constitutional changes in later...

Keith Robbins ponders on how historians can construct a United Kingdom.

As Robert Lowe Hall, Lord Roberthall was the first British representative on the Economic and Employment Commission. In April 1947 he became Director of the...

In his book, The Compleat Angler, Izaak Walton, who died three hundred years ago this month, provided generations of anglers with a technique manual, a pastoral idyll...

'It's no fish ye're buying - it's men's lives', wrote Sir Walter Scott, and looking at the fishing industry in Scotland in the last century involves a vivid...

Was Martin Luther the author of a 'Moderate Reformation'? Or was his progeny to prove a 'Radical Reformation'? An article by Michael Mullett.

Martin Luther, explains Lyndal Roper, summarised his view of sex, marriage and motherhood in a letter he wrote to three nuns in 1524, 'A women does not have...

Susan M. Sherwin-White discusses historical works relating to the Hellenistic Period.

1921 was an annus terribilis for the fishing communities of north-east Scotland - and the despair of the fisher folk, explains John Lowe Duthie, led them to...


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