Volume 51 Issue 2 February 2001
After a failed coup d'état against Elizabeth I, Robert Devereux was beheaded at the Tower of London on 25 February 1601
Australian prospectors struck gold on 12 February 1851.
February 6th, 1651
Gabriel Fawcett looks at the efforts being made by history teachers in Germany to combat racism and neo-Nazism.
Mary Ann Steggles recalls the circumstances of the many monuments to Queen Victoria that were erected in India, and traces their fate.
Jeri DeBrohun looks at the meanings expressed in the style of clothes and personal adornment adopted by men and women in the ancient world.
Neil Evans seeks out the motives for the rash of racial tension seen on both sides of the Atlantic immediately after the end of the First World War.
Kathleen Sands reveals a little-known episode in the career of the famous English martyrologist.
David Ellwood shows how anti-American feelings today have roots and parallels in the past.
Aram Bakshian, Jr. takes a wry look at the recent American presidential elections.
Solving the mystery of the British Prime Minister's wartime recordings.
Peter Gray and Kendrick Oliver review the debate surrounding the commemoration of historical disasters.
Andrew MacLennan, longtime history editor at Longman Publishers, explains why his love for the subject is simply second nature to him.