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Volume: 33 Issue: 6

Contents of History Today, June 1983

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Sallie Purkis shows how oral history sources were used by schoolchildren in a Cambridge local history project.

The battle for the Labour Party is not only a clash of ideologies. As Trevor Fisher argues here, it is also about control of the party – an issue that was...

Douglas Johnson asks what political or military intrigues lay behind the sudden recall to power, twenty-five years ago this month, of Charles de Gaulle, the...

Jeffrey Daniels wants museum-going to be a more selective activity.

The Hundred Years War was fought on French soil. What effects did this have on the lives of the rural French communities?

Alan Sked surveys the historiographical treatment of the notoriously long-winded Habsburg politician.

Keith Hopkins shows that gladiatorial shows in Ancient Rome turned war into a game, preserved an atmosphere of violence in time of peace, and functioned as a...

Paul Thompson looks at the newest and oldest form of history.

Daniel Bertaux presents an oral history of a traditional French industry.

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