The former editor of History Review,Robert Pearce gives his personal view.
Robert Pearce considers why Margaret Thatcher became Prime Minister in 1979.
Robert Pearce, the editor of History Review, responds to common questions.
Robert Pearce asks why Louis-Philippe's 'July Monarchy' was overthrown.
Robert Pearce asks whether Britain benefited from the 1853-56 contest.
Robert Pearce has been pleasantly surprised at the quality of a new textbook.
Robert Pearce examines the factors that led to Prussia's victory in the German civil war of 1866.
Robert Pearce rates a new study central to the interwar years.
Robert Pearce examines the career of Mussolini’s forerunner
Robert Pearce recommends a first-hand account of the Third Reich.
Robert Pearce attempts to put the Prime Minister of 1970-74 into historical perspective.
Robert Pearce investigates the career of the Third Reich’s ‘evil genius’.
Forty years after Enoch Powell was sacked from the shadow cabinet by Conservative leader Ted Heath for his ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech, Robert Pearce investigates the fierce rivalry of two very different Conservatives.
Robert Pearce asks why Labour’s period in office under Clement Attlee came to an end.
Robert Pearce sees remarkable continuity in Churchill’s outlook, despite the transformation of his fortunes, in the 1930s.
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