Volume 4 Issue 6 June 1954

G. Barraclough describes how our vision of history is shaped by the great records of churches, nations, and kings.

In 1794, at the start of the French Revolutionary Wars, 'the nation wanted a victory'. It was provided by Admiral Howe.

Arnold Whitridge recounts the brief but dangerous nineteenth century Anglo-American naval crisis that almost led to war.

A.E.W. Salt traces through the ages the story of his native Herefordshire village.

John Roberts sees the Dreyfus Affair not only as the representative of the sordid politics of the Third Republic, but as a belated effect of the French Revolution.

Lord David Cecil appraises the eventful career of William Lamb, who influenced momentous political reform in both Ireland and England.