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Volume: 58 Issue 8

Contents of History Today, August 2008

Contents of History Today, February 2008

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Mark Juddery examines the impact and appeal of the film that has sold more tickets at the US box office than any other.

The emperor Hadrian presided over the Roman empire at its height, defined its borders and was one of the most cultured rulers of the ancient world. Neil Faulkner...

Lucy Riall explores the social and political issues in Italy following the country’s unification. She shows how these issues became the focus for a dynamic new...

Tobias Grey meets the journalist who was at Charles de Gaulle’s side for twenty-six years.

John Hanning Speke discovered the source of the Nile on August 3rd, 1858.

The Cold War has become this year’s hot media topic. Taylor Downing welcomes the chance to look more critically at the era of ‘mutually assured destruction’.

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Martin Pugh argues that life during the interwar years was brighter than has often been suggested, in spite of its association with economic depression and the...


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