The preservation of the past must inevitably pose particular problems in a city which is literally a living monument to the Middle Age of African history, especially when its mud walls are crumbling and its gates are barely wide enough for animals, far less motorised vehicles. An article by John Lavers.
Volume 30 Issue 3 March 1980
Walter Minchinton, with assistance from the late Peveril Meig, looks at the potential of the ocean - from tidal mills to power stations.
'The White man is concerned with commerce and the Black man must trade with the White. Let the Blacks do no harm to the Whites and in the same way the Whites must do no harm to the Blacks' - Behanzin, last King of Dahomey. An Article by John D. Hargreaves
Francis Robinson looks at the relationship between teacher and pupil in Islamic society.
The first of the series by J. Kenneth Major, on the harnessing of human and animal sources of energy.
Ivan Roots on the brief reign of Richard Cromwell.
Walter Minchinton traces the use and advantages of the windmill.
Norman A.F. Smith explores the use through history of the water-mill and dams.
J. H. M. Salmon looks at Romantic literary interpretations of Oliver Cromwell.