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Volume: 37 Issue: 5

Contents of History Today, May 1987

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Despite his passion for fame and a formal crown, Charles the Bold's Burgundy was a patchwork of territories and not a modern state. Richard Vaughan investigates....

For Sidney and Beatrice Webb, recording the struggles of early trade unionism - and subsidising its publication - were an integral part of their social commitment,...

Ian Campbell Bradley observes how the creation of the town of Saltaire exemplified the works of Victorian industrialists – philanthropy with an eye to profit.

‘England… requires markets more than colonies.’ Mary Kingsley’s espousal of the African cause was founded on the empathy between second-class citizens in a white,...


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