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Volume: 43 Issue: 3

Contents of History Today, March 1993

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Gordon Marsden on the Independent Labour Party centenary.

Edward Norman on the Eastern promise of Western sainthood to be encountered in the Church of the Bom Jesus in Goa.

'You are Monarchial No. 1 and value tradition, form and ceremony.' But was Clementine Churchill's encomium of her husband always reflected in Winston's personal...

Peter Atkins finds that though we might be considering toll roads, the Victorians were glad to get rid of them.

As France's voters prepare to elect a new legislative assembly this month, Malcolm Crook reflects on the apprenticeship of democracy in the first half-century...

Barry Gough offers a Canada-eye-view on the commemorations and controversy of the Columbus Quincentenary.

Money makes the world go around: Kathleen Burk looks at how the Yankee dollar transferred influence from the Old World to the New.

Charlotte Crow on the creation of a patchwork history of the women of Preston.

Hated by many, mistrusted by all: a fair verdict on Randal MacDonnell the man who wheeled and dealed across Scotland and Ireland in the troubled era of Civil War and...

Kings knight knights, but who knights kings? Peter Linehan looks at how Alfonso XI got round the problem and in the process strengthened his hold on his kingdom....


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