Volume 43 Issue 11 November 1993

Eton's Great War Scandal

Andrew Robinson looks at the 1915 uproar about a speech on 'Christian Charity' towards Germany which cost the headmaster of Britain's most famous public school his job.


Charles Giry-Deloison looks for the realpolitik behind the Renaissance splendours of Francis I's Fontainbleau.

The Peopling of Canada

Phillip Buckner looks at the characteristics of a double wave of colonisation between 1700 and 1900, which gave Canada its unique character.