Volume: 43 Issue: 12
Contents of History Today, December 1993
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Without the economic muscle of the Netherlands' largest city, William III would never have been able to stage Britain's 'Glorious Revolution' or urge European war...
Ann Hills examines the work of the York Archaeological Trust on Barley Hall.
The best-loved of Britain's novelists penned a tale that struck a potent chord in the popular revival of the season of goodwill. Geoffrey Rowell explains its...
Britain's first information scientist? Mark Greengrass tells the story of a remarkable 17th- century polymath and of the modern enterprise to re-categorise and...
Dennis Mills lauds an initiative putting local government and local history together.
Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska questions the reality of rationing for Britain’s Royal family during the war and after.
Michael Grant remembers the History Today Editor and his expertise in bringing history to the attention of the wider public.
Set–piece contests about industrial pollution are nothing new – as Ronald Rees reveals in this tale of epic legal struggles in south Wales during the Industrial...
Richard Cavendish discovers that old ships do not just die or fade away, thanks to the Maritime Trust.
Gabriel Ronay looks at how Scottish sainthood got tangled up in Hungarian politics.
Richard Monte looks at the integration of Western ideas into native cultures.
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