Volume: 40 Issue: 9
Contents of History Today, September 1990
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What would Europe (and Britain) have looked like if Hitler had won the war? Michael Burleigh unveils a fascinating, if chilling panorama of megalomaniac...
Penelope Johnston on an early-19th century story of slavery and Canadian multicultural policy
'Collar the lot!' Fifty years ago this summer in Britain, an exotic miscellany of foreign refugees, academics and Italian restauranteurs were rounded up for...
Damien Gregory's new history for the new Europe
The British Medical Journal is 150 years old this autumn and has witnessed in its time a kaleidoscope of changing attitudes towards medicines, their ethics and...
Paul Moorcraft looks at the struggle to maintain white supremacy in what is now Zimbabwe, a hundred years after Cecil Rhodes' pioneers carved out a British colony...
Nicholas Tucker peeps into royal Victorian childhood on the Isle of Wight.
Conrad Russell asks if England has ever had a revolution.
W.R. Ward looks at belief in eighteenth-century Europe and explores the tensions and creativity as the impulses of Reformation met the world of the Enlightenment.
Denis MacShane looks at the rise and fall of international solidarity in the trade union movement.
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