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Transactions of the Royal Historical Society

Transactions of the Royal Historical Society
Sixth Series

Volume 13

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Part of Royal Historical Society Transactions

    Janet L. Nelson, Kenneth Fincham, Julia M. H. Smith, David Feldman, Quintin Colville, Judith Bennett, Robert Gildea, Clyde Binfield, Stephen Caunce, Nicola Coldstream, E. C. Fernie, Miles Glendinning, Melanie Hall, Neil Jackson, Anne Laurence, Judi Loach, Robert Proctor, Sean Sawyer, William Stafford, Rachel Stewart, Katie Withersby Lench, Robert Jan van Pelt
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    • Date Published: December 2003
    • availability: Available
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521830768

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    • The Transactions of the Royal Historical Society publish an annual collection of major articles representing some of the best historical research by some of the world's most distinguished historians. Volume thirteen of the sixth series includes the following articles: Presidential Address: England and the Continent in the ninth century: Vikings and Others; According to ancient custom: the restoration of altars in the Restoration Church of England; Einhard: the sinner and the saints; Migrants, immigrants and welfare from the Old Poor Law to the Welfare State; Jack Tar and the gentleman officer: the role of uniform in shaping the class- and gender-related identities of British naval personnel, 1930–1939; Writing fornication: medieval Leyrwite and its historians; Resistance, reprisal and community in Occupied France, 1941–1944. There is also a themed section which looks at 'Architecture and History'.

      • Annual collection of major articles that represents some of the best historical research by some of the world's most distinguished historians
      • Contains essays from leading scholars writing on the theme of 'Architecture and History'
      • Covers a wide range of topics looking at both social and political contexts
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      • Date Published: December 2003
      • format: Hardback
      • isbn: 9780521830768
      • length: 436 pages
      • dimensions: 225 x 146 x 30 mm
      • weight: 0.639kg
      • availability: Available
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      Presidential address: England and the continent in the ninth century: Vikings and others Janet L. Nelson
      According to ancient custom: the restoration of altars in the Restoration Church of England Kenneth Fincham
      Einhard: the sinner and the saints Julia M. H. Smith
      Migrants, immigrants and welfare from the Old Poor Law to the welfare state David Feldman
      Jack Tar and the gentleman officer: the role of uniform in shaping the class- and gender-related identities of British naval personnel, 1930–1939 Quintin Colville
      Writing fornication: medieval Leyrwite and its historians Judith Bennett
      Resistance, reprisal and community in occupied France, 1941–1944 Robert Gildea
      History and architecture: an introduction Clyde Binfield
      Houses as museums: the case of the Yorkshire wool textile industry Stephen Caunce
      The architect, history, and architectural history Nicola Coldstream
      History and architectural history E. C. Fernie
      The conservation movement: a cult of the modern age Miles Glendinning
      The politics of collecting: the early aspirations of the National Trust, 1883–1913 Melanie Hall
      Where now the architect? Neil Jackson
      Women using building in seventeenth-century England: a question of sources? Anne Laurence
      The Hotel de Ville at Lyons: civic improvement and its meanings in seventeenth-century France Judi Loach
      A Cubist history: the department store in late-nineteenth-century Paris Robert Proctor
      Delusions of national grandeur: reflections on the intersection of architecture and history in the Palace of Westminster 1789–1834 Sean Sawyer
      The gender of the place: building and landscape in women-authored texts in 1790s England William Stafford
      Telling tales: anecdotal insights into the West End house c.1765–c.1785 Rachel Stewart
      Investigating the bigger picture. A case study of the Jacobean Great Barn at Vaynol Park Katie Withersby Lench
      Of Shells and Shadows: a memoir of Auschwitz Robert Jan van Pelt.

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      Janet L. Nelson, Kenneth Fincham, Julia M. H. Smith, David Feldman, Quintin Colville, Judith Bennett, Robert Gildea, Clyde Binfield, Stephen Caunce, Nicola Coldstream, E. C. Fernie, Miles Glendinning, Melanie Hall, Neil Jackson, Anne Laurence, Judi Loach, Robert Proctor, Sean Sawyer, William Stafford, Rachel Stewart, Katie Withersby Lench, Robert Jan van Pelt

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