Volume: 36 Issue: 4
Contents of History Today, April 1986
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Robin Studd shows how Henry III's acceptance after 1259 of vassal status for England's one remaining continental territory of Gascony gave enormous scope for...
What was it really like to live in an English village at the end of Queen Elizabeth's reign? To what extent was it a close-knit community? How deeply was it...
Peter Hennessy and Anthony Seldon raise questions about systematic interviewing and lack of preservation of historical evidence.
'Manners makyth man...' but as the 19th century dawned; English intellectuals became increasingly concerned with expanding education and 'useful knowledge' down to...
Emancipation in British Guiana brought an influx of indentured labourers from India, whose working and living conditions were destructive of caste and culture, and...
The new phenomenon of inflation in 16th-century England not only disrupted the medieval social order, it also challenged the traditional moral censure of usury and...
A damned inheritance, hopelessly over-extended and out-resourced by the kings of France? Or an effective empire thrown away by incompetence and harshness? John...
Mike Curtis takes a look at historical Hampshire.
Ralph Houlbrooke traces back the distinctive roots of the modern family.
Robert Thorne takes a look at the reconstruction of the New Tyne Theatre after a recent fire.
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