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Volume: 54 Issue: 6

Contents of History Today, June 2004

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June 6th, 1654

Robert Knecht visits two of France’s most remarkable châteaux, which stand as monuments to the ambitions of their upwardly mobile creators Thomas Bohier and Nicolas...

Dejan Djokic pinpoints the baleful influences of historical distortion and myth in a troubled area.

Tristram Hunt finds inspiration for his study of civic consciousness in Tuscany and the lecture halls of Cambridge.

Editor Peter Furtado explains History Today's upcoming contribution to the search for peace.

Pamela Spencer draws attention to a new exhibition opening at the Wallace Collection.

Peter Furtado selects responses from our readers.

Julia Swanson tells the extraordinary tale of her English grandfather and his family who were tragically caught up in the violence of the Mexican Revolution.

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June 14th, 1404

 Michael Paris examines the way in which aspects of D-Day were filmed at the time and have subsequently been reconstructed in popular cinema.

Sally Doganis provides an insider’s view of the challenges facing those who bring the past to the small screen.

Anthony Howe looks at the anti-war stance of the great Victorian reformer; his fall from grace and subsequent revival.

Gerard DeGroot investigates the effects of the ‘peace dividend’ on the Nevada desert.

Russell Chamberlin introduces the commemorations to the anniversary of the start of Operation Overlord, sixty years ago this month.

Christopher Allmand considers the long-lasting impact of the great study of military tactics and organisation.

Richard Cavendish recounts the history of the British medal for bravery in combat, first awarded on June 21st, 1854.

Martin Henig, interviewed by Tony Morris, shares a beaker of wine with the Emperor Hadrian.

Adrian Mourby visits the site of a city that continues to inspire grandiose visions, as it has done for almost 3,000 years.

Dr Rita Gardner, Director of the Royal Geographical Society (with The Institute of British Geographers) introduces a new initiative to make its holdings accessible...


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