French chivalry in twelfth-century Britain?

The Historian 122

By HA, published 30th July 2014

Bayeaux, D-Day, Caesar & WW1

5 Editorial

6 French chivalry in twelfth century Britain? John Gillingham

11 The President's Column

12 D-Day Commemorations the last big year to remember? Paula Kitching and Jon Wort

19 Bayeux - Edward Towne

20 Veni, Vidi, Vici!' A personal reflection on Julius Caesar and the conquest of Britain Alf Wilkinson

22 The Centenary of the First World War: An unpopular view Gary Sheffield

28 Not your typical soldier, not your typical service: Sir Francis Dent and the First World War - Christopher Phillips

32 News from 59a

33 ‘Guilty pleasures': moral panics over commercial entertainment since 1830 John Springhall

38 Interpreting an early seventeenth-century cottage at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum - Danae Tankard

42 My Favourite History Place: Tyne Cot Cemetery, near Ypres - Sarah Wright

43 D-Day in ten tweets Paula Kitching

44 Out and About: First World War memorials in the heart of London - Paula Kitching

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