Christopher Andrew questions official policy towards the history of British Intelligence.
Volume 33 Issue 1 January 1983
Christopher Andrew reflects on a light-hearted side to the British security services.
Francis Robinson on an epic film of the life of the Indian politician, released in December 1982.
Celia Jones previews this magificent exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
F.J. McLynn reviews the broad historiography of the Jacobite cause.
Rosamond Allwood reviews the 1983 exhibition at London's Geffrye Museum.
Robert Garland takes an unusual look at attitudes to death in ancient Greece and Rome.
Ian Kershaw wonders whether there was one single path of German history leading inexorably to Nazism.
F.M.L. Thompson looks at the public reception of the artist George Elgar Hicks.
John Keegan reflects on the motives for war throughout human history.