Issue 46 September 2003

Peter Clements evaluates the thirtieth president of the United States, Calvin Coolidge.

Michael Mullett defines the Theses' role in the Lutheran Reformation.

Michael Partridge charts the changing political views of the Grand Old Man of 19th-century British politics.

Robert Pearce introduces the man who has been called ‘the George Washington of Poland’.

F.G. Stapleton examines the role played by the armed forces in the government of the Second Reich.

Robin Evans extols the outstanding success of 1588: not the defeat of the Spanish Armada but the publication of the Welsh Bible.

To what extent did Christians support Hitler, and for what reasons?

Graham Goodlad asks if the media did more to support or to challenge politicians during the last century.

David L Smith explains why Cromwell so signally failed to establish harmony with his Parliaments.