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Volume: 41 Issue: 3

Contents of History Today, March 1991

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Timothy Jacobson with a plea for America's 'history for all'.

Elizabethans in the Arctic

The production of gin was actively encouraged in Britain during the Restoration period, but its increasing grip on the London poor had disastrous effects for the...

Sir Nicholas Henderson on the misunderstood Enlightenment ruler.

Hugh David on class and other histories.

Barbara Donagan discusses the variable treatment of captives by captors between Crown and Parliament and what light it sheds on the manners and mores of the times...

Ragnhild Hatton on her memories - and the perspective of other historians - on Wartime Norway.

A selection of the new armchair and active opportunities for those of our readers keen on combining history and travel.

Richard Cavendish visits an organisation devoted to architectural treats.

'The bread and butter of life' - Martin Pugh traces how the increasing electoral importance of food and domestic issues in Britain helped to entrench women in the...

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