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Frank Turner argues that historians have overlooked the interaction between Victorian religious and intellectual culture. He examines how developments in various Christian faith communities led to religious non-observance. In reframing out thinking about nineteenth century religious life...
The relationship between slavery, the slave trade and British economic development remains a contested field of eighteenth century history. This article examines one hitherto unexplored aspect of the subject, the significance, if any, of profits derived from the slave-based economies of...
This article investigates the relationship between nationalism, unionism and Catholicism between 1850 and 1930 and proposes that ideas about the Scottish nation and national identity had a strong connection with the re-emergence and development of Catholicism. The presence of a large...
The rise of the Yorkshire societies in New Zealand coincided with the maturation of the British Dominions. Emerging as modern nations in their own right, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Canada were conscious of the need to consolidate selected cultural influences to inform the...
Where the Lloyd George Coalition presided over ultimate victory – much though the term was contested – in 1918, its predecessor came to be regarded as a model of how not to wage war. An agglomeration of crises, the Asquith Coalition was wracked by two in particular: the first concerned...
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