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Articles from History Today (March 1, 2005)

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A naval flag from the Battle of Tsushima has been returned to Japan after it was traced by a priest in Tokyo. Brief Article 126
A new marine exploration for the wreckage of aviator Amelia Earhart's plane is to be launched. Brief Article 102
Book of the Year prize. Brief Article 109
Celebrity in the ancient world: Robert Garland considers the meaning of fame and celebrity to the Greeks and Romans. Garland, Robert 3950
Conquering England: Roy Foster introduces a new exhibition on the Irish in London in the 19th and early 20th centuries, opening at the National Portrait Gallery on March 9th. Foster, Roy 1395
Death of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia: March 2nd, 1855. Cavendish, Richard 416
Fact and fiction. Mackie, A.; Proud, Linda Letter to the Editor 287
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt's wedding: March 17th, 1905. Cavendish, Richard 473
Funeral of Sir Alexander Fleming: March 18th, 1955. Cavendish, Richard 580
Hitler's Prisons: Legal Terror in Nazi Germany. Clark, Christopher Book Review 883
Honouring Seacole. Sherwood, Marika; Christodoulou, Glenn A.; Rappaport, Helen Letter to the Editor 387
Picture Researcher of the Year. Brief Article 154
Round and about: March 2005. Calendar 778
Sowing the wind: James Barker on 'Bomber' Harris, the RAF's wartime bombing campaign of Germany, and propaganda. Barker, James 3911
Storm over Mexico: Godfrey Hodgson tells the colourful story of Jane McManus, political journalist, land speculator, pioneer settler in Texas and propagandist who believed that the United States had a 'manifest destiny' to rule Mexico and the Caribbean. Hodgson, Godfrey 3290
The 1905 Aliens Act: Anne Kershen looks at the background to a significant benchmark in British anti-immigration legislation. Kershen, Anne 805
The black death: the greatest catastrophe ever: Ole J. Benedictow describes how he calculated that the Black Death killed 50 million people in the 14th century, or 60 per cent of Europe's entire population. Benedictow, Ole J. 4211
The children's war: Juliet Gardiner discusses a new exhibition on the experiences of children in the Second World War, which opens at the Imperial War Museum on March 18th. Gardiner, Juliet 1343
The greatest political cartoon of all time? Tim Benson, founder of the Political Cartoon Society, introduces his ten favourite cartoons published in Britain and we invite readers to vote for the best of the lot. Benson, Tim 2341
The Last Medieval Queens: English Queenship 1445-1503. Rubin, Miri Book Review 601
The Lisbon tsunami: Jenifer Roberts recalls the impact of an earlier tidal wave, which brought chaos and disaster to Portugal 250 years ago. Roberts, Jenifer 1788
The Longman-History Today Awards. Brief Article 215
The Malmesbury elections of 1698 and 1701. 767
The man who tried to stop the Dresden raids. Spark, David 769
Undergraduate Dissertation of the Year. Brief Article 169
Victorians. Wrigley, Chris Book Review 474
We don't do empire: Bernard Porter is unconvinced by American denials of a new imperialism and finds comparisons--as well as important differences--with the British experience. Porter, Bernard 2472
Zero and infinity. Vaci, Sandor Letter to the Editor 188

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