Volume 28 Issue 2 February 1978
Michael Glover describes how Vienna in 1815 was the scene of endless entertainment for European rulers and their delegations.
Elka Schrijver describes the art and making of a northern Renaissance man.
Terence McLaughlin describes aeronautical experiments from gliders to powered machines.
Louis C. Kleber describes how, for the American Indians, ‘medicine’ was a spiritual belief as well as a curative.
The Emperor Napoleon III, writes Robert E. Zegger, was a leading patron of the French Society for animal welfare.
L.W. Cowie takes the reader on a visit to London's Carlton House; an architectural gem with many royal connections and which was converted into a palace for the future George IV.
George Woodcock describes how, in March 1778, Cook was the first European to set foot on the Pacific coast of Canada.