Hanna Diamond discovers the journal of an alleged woman collaborator in Toulouse that throws light on the fate of prisoners in a vengeful post-war France.
Volume 49 Issue 8 August 1999
Nigel Spivey considers the roots of Christian art and iconography, discovering its roots in the cruelty of the Roman arena and the shame of crucifixion.
David Rock tells the story of the rise and fall of a late Victorian businessman and politician and the insights his career throws on nineteenth century Argentina.
Malcolm Brown describes how his work in the Imperial War Museum shows the experience of Great War soldiers transcends and challenges standard attitudes towards the conflict.
New theory explores the frontier earthworks on the Welsh border.
David Welch argues that propaganda has had an essential, and not always dishonourable, role in conduct of affairs in the twentieth century.
Many of the great feminist pioneers opposed a 'women's right to choose'.
Christian V died in Copenhagen on August 25th, 1699, following a riding accident.
The strange story of the death and posthumous life of Italy's Fascist dictator, and the continuing power of the cult of his body over the Italian imagination.