R. E. Foster examines the reputation and political stature of a three-times prime minister.
R. E. Foster examines the career of Pitt the Younger.
R.E. Foster emphasises the threat to Elizabeth’s regime.
R. E. Foster puts the dissolution of the monasteries into historical context.
R. E. Foster explains the young Palmerston’s progress from Tory to Liberal.
R. E. Foster surveys the changing interpretations and introduces the key facts.
R. E. Foster reconsiders the origins of the Church Settlement of 1559.
R.E. Foster shows that we should know more of Perceval than the manner of his untimely death.
The Duke of Wellington proved a gift to the cartoonists of 'Punch' - he was a figure the magazine's readership would recognise, and he did not look unlike Mr Punch himself.