Volume 32 Issue 10 October 1982

Horace Wilson: Man of Munich?

Sir Horace Wilson broke the tradition of the anonymous civil servant. During the Munich crisis he became a controversial and for some a hated figure. This article looks behind the myth to the man.


Frederick Hobley remembers his nineteenth-century school and university days.

The Indian National Congress

The British like to think they created modern India, but the firm foundation of the Indian state and the growth of a powerful Indian national identity is no less the achievement of the Indian Congress Party, a fact reflected in the similarities between the Congress flag before independence and the flag of the Republic of India.