Volume: 38 Issue: 8
Contents of History Today, August 1988
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Alexander Johnson on how changes in the Manpower Services Commission will impact on state-run projects.
Bill Wallace looks at the anniversary of the Prague Spring in 1968.
The grandest African ruins south of the Sahara and the enigmatic discovery of Ming China there.
Annette Bingham traces the status of a synagogue in the Far East
Hugh David considers the topic of historical anniversaries
Were the Germans justified in executing a British merchant captain for ramming a U-boat in March 1915? Phyllis Hall considers a curious episode from the First...
J.S. Cummins considers the impact of syphilis on the 16th-century world – a tale of rapid spread, guilt, scapegoats and wonder-cures, with an uncomfortable modern...
Sun, sea, sand and ... salesmanship. Nigel Yates describes the mixture served up by English coastal resorts to lure the visitor to a cornucopia of attractions...
Judith Herrin considers the Jekyll-and-Hyde output of Justinian's court historian, alternately respectful official chronicler and tabloid-style exposer of imperial...
A small, far-away country, but one whose tangled relations with its neighbours, Ian Armour suggests, lead inexorably to the debacle of 1914.
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