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Volume 18 Issue 8 August 1968

Walter L. Arnstein offers a study of the movement for female emancipation, from the 1860s until 1918.

In November 1918, writes Norman Stone, a whole political and social order in central Europe came to an end.

John M. Coleman draws a distinction betweent the Thirteen Colonies and the rest of North America.

R.B. Oram recounts an episode in the history of British shipping.

Michael Glover describes how, respectable clergymen were in short supply as chaplains when Samuel Briscall attracted the Duke of Wellington’s notice.

John R. Fisher describes how, in 1780, a descendant of the Incas launched a revolt against the Spanish Empire in Peru.