Volume 43 Issue 1 January 1993
Leslie Fox and friends find history is sweet in the Belize jungle.
Peter Heehs describes how Hindu revivalism stiffened resistance to colonial rule in British India.
Michael Leech employs a house detective to uncover the history of his own property.
Elizabeth Manning looks at how an Enlightenment ruler enlisted opera in his struggle to homogenise and reinforce the Habsburg empire.
John Hartsock details the rise and fall of noble tolerance of religious freedom in 17th-century Maryland.
Womaniser, courtier, soldier and pioneer royal architect: Charles McKean investigates the rise and fall of a 'Renaissance man' in 16th-century Scotland.
Akbar Ahmed warns that fundamentalism is misappropriating history as sectarianism strengthens in the Indian sub-continent.
Alistair Thompson uncovers a hidden controversy about myth making and Gallipoli
Display at the National Museum of American History in memory of veterans of the Vietnam War
Ann Hills on digging up in Switzerland
Panikos Panayi looks at the influence and settlement of German immigration into Victoria's island.