Volume: 45 Issue: 10
Contents of History Today, October 1995
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Monks and nuns living together: not a cause for scandal but, as Barbara Mitchell explains, an intriguing window onto the variety of monastic life - under the aegis...
Our round-up of the offerings from publishers this season, previewing interesting and intriguing history books for both the general reader and the specialist.
Re-opening of the National Museum.
David Nash considers a cause celebre that tested tensions between pious tradition and a 'progressive' age.
Richard Cavendish breathes 18th-century elegance into the Thomas Gainsborough Musuem
Graham Norton looks at dilapidated forts and castles in West Africa
Charles C. Noel illustrates how the remodelling of the Spanish capital reflected the new philosophical and cultural concerns of her rulers in the 'Age of Reason'....
Edward Corp revalues the contribution, as emigre statesman and trend-setting art-collector, of one of the leading Jacobites at Saint-Germain.
Richard Rathbone explains how a meeting in Manchester 50 years ago helped lay the vision for Pan-Africanism
David G. Anderson reveals an arms sale scandal in 1934 involving the British Government
Ann Hills assesses how the African country is protecting its past
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