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Volume: 35 Issue: 11

Contents of History Today, November 1985

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Peter Burke discusses historical amnesia and cultural roots.

A Satanic conspiracy designed from the beginning to eliminate European Jewry? Or ad hoc responses aimed at replenishing Nazi zeal and producing convenient...

Franco's traditional image has been as a canny neutral in the struggle between the Allied and Axis powers. But in 1940 his aspirations for an African empire drew...

Paul Preston assesses how time has obscured the legacy of the Spanish military rebel and leader.

Kenneth Lunn looks at the dynamics of the labour movement's reaction to new migrants.

John Guy uncovers Tudor England's legal profession.

Simon Schaffer explores the occult.

Historic attachments to heroic leadership combined with a mastery of propaganda techniques to mesmerise Germany into acceptance of the charismatic authority...

'Art for art's sake' – but not for many historians. The fine and decorative arts, their styles and iconography, have been mined for insight into the politics,...


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