Volume 44 Issue 5 May 1994

Sir Alan Harris recalls the role of the artificial harbours in securing victory in Europe over the Nazis.

Diana Webb looks at the miracles and saints populating the basilica of the San Frediano in Lucca.

Frank Nowikowski investigates missing paintings mysteriously found after the Second World War.

Mungo Campbell traces the various incarnations of a classical legend form the court of Habsburg Prague to a Dutch engraver's workshop.

Dan Wylie looks at the myths and realities of nineteenth century Zulu nationhood and their resonance in the new South Africa today.

Ian Fitzgerald examines the benefits of accessing British History now available on CD-ROM.

Robin Jeffrey examines how colonialism and religious divisions have interacted with indigenous tradition to produce a mixed balance sheet for democracy in and around the Indian sub-continent.

A discussion on the Getty Center, perhaps the world's most ambitious single complex for the study of art.

Denise Silvester-Carr plays tribute to Tower Bridge as it celebrates its 100th birthday.

Ellen Meiksins Wood analyses democracy's historical progress and tots up the balance sheet for the present day.

Reunion of the June 1944 armada