A.J.P. Taylor

A.J.P. Taylor (1906–1990) was a British diplomatic historian.

A Great Place to Visit

The Intelligent Traveller's Guide to Historic Britain: England, Wales, the Crown Dependencies

by Philip A. Crowl, foreword by John Julius Norwich

May 12, 1983 issue

Pictures from an Expedition

Six Armies in Normandy: From D-Day to the Liberation of Paris, June 6th-August 25th, 1944

by John Keegan

August 12, 1982 issue

Glamour Boy

Glamour Boy

Anthony Eden: A Biography

by David Carlton

April 15, 1982 issue

Old, Old Story

No Man's Land: 1918, The Last Year of the Great War

by John Toland

The End of Order: Versailles 1919

by Charles L. Mee Jr.

December 18, 1980 issue

The Legal Revolutionary

The Legal Revolutionary

The Lawful Revolution: Louis Kossuth and the Hungarians, 1848-1849

by Istvan Deak

September 27, 1979 issue

Who Shot Aunt Sally?

The Politics of Deference: A Study of the Mid-Nineteenth Century English Political System

by David Cresap Moore

April 14, 1977 issue

Boyish Masters

A Matter of Honour: An Account of the Indian Army, Its Officers and Men

by Philip Mason

April 29, 1976 issue

Talleyrand’s Cut

Talleyrand’s Cut

Talleyrand: The Art of Survival

by Jean Orieux, translated by Patricia Wolf

June 13, 1974 issue

Rational Wars?


by Roger Parkinson

Studies in War and Peace

by Michael Howard

November 4, 1971 issue

The Independent Habit

The Independent Habit


by Phyllis Auty

The Battle Stalin Lost: Memoirs of Yugoslavia 1948-1953

by Vladimir Dedijer

Contemporary Yugoslavia: Twenty Years of Socialist Experiment

edited by Wayne S. Vucinich

February 11, 1971 issue

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