Volume 11 Issue 7 July 1961
Despite sneers and some natural forebodings, writes Joanna Richardson, this brief alliance proved extremely happy.
Maurice Bond analyses the changing landscape of primary source historical research in Britain.
George Woodcock introduces the great rival of Marx and the founder of organised anarchism.
J. Garston describes how for eleven years, amid political and economic storms, first from Cologne and then from Wiesbaden, the British Army kept watch over the Rhine.
Though he was a less inspired architect than Wren or Vanbrugh, writes Tudor Edwards, Hawksmoor’s life and work are inextricably interwoven with theirs and he contributed largely to their great achievement.