Volume: 38 Issue: 3
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Jonathan Wright and Paul Stafford examine the origins and significance of the document which has been claimed as the Fuhrer's premeditated masterplan for European...
Tony Aldous comments on a scheduled ancient monument on the Settle-Carlisle Line.
Two hundred years before Captain Cook, Dieppe map makers placed the Portuguese flag on a large land-mass called Java-la-Grande approximately where Australia...
Was eighteenth-century England dynamic, entrepreneurial and secular, or hierarchic, conservative and confessional? Jeremy Black investigates recent 'revisionist'...
John Williams, Eric Dunning and Patrick Murphy discuss the long history of British football hooliganism.
David Birmingham reviews the historical dimensions of international definitions of human rights
Peaceful protest or planned provocation? Philip Lawson re-examines 19th-century England's most famous law-and-order massacre with the aid of a key eyewitness...
The chance discovery of a 14th-century parchment charting the financial habits of Richard II
Taylor Downing, producer of a dramatised documentary about the Luddite disturbances in Regency England, talks about the making of the current-affairs-style...
Roy Porter describes an institution of the mid-18th century designed to care for abandoned infants.
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