Ann Hills on a new pictoral, archival map for a historic Dorset parish
Volume 36 Issue 3 March 1986
A history of wasted opportunity – prejudice, procrastination and fears of a British backlash hampered attempts to give the Indian Army a native officer corps between 1919 and 1939.
J.J. West explores a major Tudor courtier house near Bristol
Paul Kennedy marks A.J.P. Taylor's 80th birthday this month by charting the tensions in the man and his writing - between views of history as 'accident' and 'grand design'.
Tony Aldous on a Worcestershire town whose natural resources brought the Romans there.
Women were evaluated principally as child bearers and child rearers in the male-orientated world of ancient Greece, but not without dignity or compassion.
John D. Hargreaves discusses cultural reconstruction and its political implications.
Anglo-Saxon art gave way to Romanesque under the Conqueror and his successors, but the change was more gradual and less one-sided than the political changes might lead us to suppose.
Sarah Jane Checkland visits a 15th-century Wiltshire Manor House.
Was the Protestant Church of Elizabeth the catalyst for a new patriotism, based on a special sense of English destiny and divine guidance?