Volume: 43 Issue: 10
Contents of History Today, October 1993
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Tom August explores the imperial assumptions - and the hints of independence from Britannia - to be found in the paintings and artists on show in the Palace of...
Our round-up of the offerings from publishers in Autumn 1993 previewing interesting and intriguing history books for both the general reader and the specialist.
Brian Brivati looks at the last time 'modernising' the Labour Party and its union links caused controversy.
Did Andres Aranda Ortiz die for his crimes or his anarchist beliefs in a Barcelona prison just before Christmas 1934? Chris Ealham considers an episode that lays...
Keith Hopkins takes us on a tour de force via original texts of the hopes, dreams, assumptions and frustrations of the Roman schoolboy.
Richard Cavendish looks at the Bayeux Tapestry in Reading's newly refurbished museum.
Stuart Hall on Victorian riots on stage
Tony Aldous on the recent work of the Norfolk Archaeological Unit
Rachel Braverman on a shocking American realist.
The elaborate funeral portraits of Poland's 17th-century nobility are a window on their self-image and lifestyle, as Bozena Grabowska discusses here. (Translated...
Klaus Larres evaluates the track record of previous attempts at a 'New World Order.'
John Black considers how the Victorians got away from privatising prisons.
Richard Cavendish visits the society dedicated to the tragic Great War poet.
Why did the visit of a Buddhist holy man to Lhasa at the turn of the century throw the British Foreign Office into a state of paranoia? Helen Hundley explores the...
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