J.D. Hargreaves introduces a prophet of nationalism in the coastal countries of West Africa.
J.D. Hargreaves appraised Swindon, “a city very much itself”, with a view of its idiosyncrasies, architecture and people.
J.D. Hargreaves reviews the delicate truce that existed between Britain and Japan in the early years of the twentieth century.
J.D. Hargreaves on the turn-of-the-century visit of Russia's Nicholas II to France and its wider diplomatic ramifications.