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Volume: 44 Issue: 2

Contents of History Today, February 1994

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Was Napoleon's escape from his first exile unwittingly aided by his erstwhile opponents from Albion? Katharine MacDonogh weighs up the enigmatic response that...

David Lowenthal considers how self-image affects nations' history-writing and identities.

Ann Hills investigates Romania's rural rescue scheme.

Angela Morgan considers the effects of recent upheavals at the Science Museum.

Richard Cavendish explores a classical curiosity shop - The Sir John Soane Museum in London.

Were art and religion inevitable victims of war? David Colvin and Richard Hodges discuss the action and the issues it raised - including testimony from a surviving...

Dimitris Kyratas looks at the ambiguities of treatment for those formally excluded from an 'all men are equal...' formula.

Fran├žois Hartog on how urban living has coincided with the advocacy of popular rule from Plato through to Machiavelli, Rousseau and 20th-century sociologists....

Heroes or villains? Stewart Russell looks at the Indian after-life of American Civil War generals.

Brent Shaw offers a reassessment of the women martyrs and heroines whose activities on behalf of the faith provoked unsettled admiration from the church fathers....


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