Jump to Navigation

Volume: 42 Issue: 6

Contents of History Today, June 1992

To read any piece marked , you'll need a subscription to our online archive

Caught between the bear and the eagle – Dennis Deletant examines how one Balkan nation with substantial minorities problems, struggled in vain to avoid being swept...

David Mayall chronicles the uneasy relations between gypsies and the British establishment.

Sarah Jane Evans discusses historical venues and their catering habits.

Ronald Quinault wonders what Churchill would have made of Maastricht in the light of his post-war activities.

Ann Hills evaluates the recently-opened island museum.

From isolation to Great Power status - Richard Perren explains how a mania for Westernisation primed the pump of Japan's transformation at the turn of the century...

'Tis to be feared this threatening storm will not be allayed without some showers... of blood' – Chris Durston chronicles the rumours and fears of an England on...

Richard Woodall issues an alert about documents in peril.

Richard Cavendish takes the tartan with the Scottish History Society

An end to the old order - Clive Lee looks at the pressures and changes that marked out the 1890s as a frontier post in a settled world economy.

Enlightened despots or imperial new clothes? Nicholas Henshall takes a fresh look at the realities of power in the bureaucracies and rulers of ancien regime Europe....

Anne Laurence considers how the conflict between King and Parliament altered the occupations and preoccupations of England's women.

About Us | Contact Us | Advertising | Subscriptions | Newsletter | RSS Feeds | Ebooks | Podcast | Submitting an Article
Copyright 2012 History Today Ltd. All rights reserved.