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Volume: 33 Issue: 3

Contents of History Today, March 1983

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'History is a reinterpretation of the past which leads to conclusions about the present' wrote Arnaldo Momigliano. Taking that lead, John M. Carter explores the...

Films interest the modern historian for they reflect the preoccupations and conventions of an age. In this article, Jeffrey Richards shows how the British cinema-...

Christopher Hill continues the forum on words historians use by arguing that things exist before words describe them.

Juliet Gardiner presents this month's supplement for Today's History, on television and in print.

Peter Clarke presents a review of the historiography on the topic.

Karl Marx lived in exile in London for thirty years. David McLellan explores how he studied the laws of capitalism and political economy in the prosperous Victorian...

Gillian Williams on the promise of watercolourist and engraver, Wenceslaus Hollar, when he petitioned Charles II to allow him to accompany the British Ambassador...

Edward Countryman explores the relationship between cinematic images and the American history.


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