M.F. Bond recounts the historical and legislative passage of an Act of Parliament.
Volume 6 Issue 9 September 1956
World history is constantly being rewritten. Christopher Dawson here emphasizes the importance of the European contribution.
Sometimes admired, even occasionally popular; John Roberts describes how Georges Clemenceau towered over French political life for nearly half a century.
A.H. Burne analyses the key factors that led to what would be a major victory in the Hundred Years' War.
In the second part of his series, Charles Seltman focuses on the life of Pythagoras in Italy and how he became one of the greatest thinkers and most remarkable men in history.