Volume: 40 Issue: 8
Contents of History Today, August 1990
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Was one of France's most formidable opponents to its expansion in North Africa secretly aided and abetted by British guns? John King looks at a tangled tale of...
Ann Hills examines a new investment in the South Pennines to save an ancient horse delivery network.
Richard Cavendish gives a snapshot of the work of the Cinema Theatre Association
Damien Gregory finds new clues to the missing Roman legions
Embittered Huguenot whose policies went hand in hand with repression of Catholics in William III’s Ireland or enlightened instigator of a unique French enclave which...
Jeffrey Grey on how computers are profiling Australia's First World War combatants
The murder of two French envoys on the river Po in the summer of 1541 not only provoked a diplomatic whodunnit round the courts of Europe, but also throws light on...
'Gaul in three parts' - Charles Giry-Deloison discusses how new scholarship is affecting our view of a fifteenth-century triangle of power and diplomacy in...
Hearts of oak - but those of the Don, not John Bull. John Harbron argues for a revaluation of the expertise, both of men and materiel, which made Spain a...
M.R.D. Foot reveals the plans that were hatched fifty years ago to harry a would-be Nazi occupation of Britain by guerilla warfare.
During the early days of UK involvement in World War II, official British films deliberately created a particular view of the air war, perhaps distorting our...
Marika Sherwood on race and exploitation at sea.
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