Volume: 33 Issue: 9
Contents of History Today, September 1983
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Geoffrey Warner continues our series on Post-War Reconstruction.
Ian Bradley cavils at the growing trend for teaching 'world history'.
In 1945, Europe was devastated by the effects of the Second World War. The determination to reconstruct Europe was forged both from the disaster of war and from...
David Starkey on The English Renaissance Miniature.
Tien Ju-Kang explains how, during the Mongol Yuan dynasty, the government entered into an unlikely and uneasy alliance with Chinese pirates to ensure the supply of...
Nancy Lockwood Adler considers the restructuring of the Sicilian town in the wake of the destructive earthquake of 1693.
What caused former Englishmen to declare their separate identity as Americans? Ian R. Christie explores the issues underlying British recognition of United States...
The role of the Church in wartime has always been ambiguous. Today, with the question of nuclear weapons to the fore, churchmen are again in conflict over the moral...
N.E.R. Fisher surveys the historiographical treatments of these ancient democratic states, in this month's Reading History.
Roy Porter on a Scottish doctor who became the fashionable surgeon of choice in 18th century London.
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