Originally planned to serve a political purpose, writes George Woodcock, the Canadian Pacific has played an important part in the general development of the modern Dominion.
Volume 5 Issue 1 January 1955
Exile to the Netherlands following the First World War chastened Kaiser Wilhelm II, but Robin Bruce Lockhart cannot believe that the former ruler of imperial Germany was ever either the mountebank, or the monster, which his biographers have tried to make him.
Alastair Hennessy draws parallels between Carlist Spain of the nineteenth century and Franco's twentieth century fascist regime.
Oliver Warner traces the cultural footprints left by a national hero.
George Woodcock compares Canada's two famous gold rushes and their differing economic and social effects on the Pacific West.