Volume 37 Issue 8 August 1987
Ian R. Mitchell examines the museums of East and West Germany which provide contrasting views to German history.
Park Honan, author of a new biography of Jane Austen, describes how her naval brother's exploits informed her of the world beyond the genteel tea-cup society of her novels.
Stranger than Fiction - the undercover spying mission of a British officer disguised as a Boer in German South-West Africa provided John Buchan with inspiration for his most famous character.
Gerhard Hirschfeld looks over the heated debate between West German historians and the Nazi past.
R.J.A.Wilson accounts for the making of Roman Britain.
A look into some of the most influential philosophers of the Victorian era.
Terence Mirabelli investigates why Syria is losing an archaeological site.
'Art offers itself as a social ' bridge of no ordinary size and strength.’ The career and campaigns of George Godwin centred on his editorship of The Builder - a tireless commitment to painstaking professionalism mixed with social concern for Victorian architects as problem-solvers and reformers.
John Earl looks into the world of theatre.
An examination of an archaeological site in the Lincolnshire village of Fulbeck, by Dymphana Byrne.
Tony Aldous traces the history of the Octagon Chapel in Bath.
Society, Theory and the French Revolution
Brian Singer. 236 pp. (Macmillan, 1986)