The Historian 132: The Lady of the Black Horse

The magazine of the Historical Association

By HA, published 9th February 2017

In this edition of The Historian

4 Reviews

5 Editorial (Read article)

6 The Flight to Varennes - Marisa Linton (Read article)

10 After Cook: Joseph Banks and his travelling plants, 1787- 1810 - Jordan Goodman (Read article)

15 The President’s Column

16 There and Back Again: Eleanor of Aquitaine’s journey to fetch Berengaria of Navarre - Danielle E.A. Park (Read article)

22 Duplicated Debacles? A comparison of the 1895-96 Jameson Raid and the 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion - Adam Burns and Robert Gallimore (Read article)

28 The Lady of the Black Horse: Mabel St Clair Stobart, 1862–1954 - Peter Down (Read article)

31 The spy who never spied: A journey into the shadowlands of secret warfare during the Second World War - Claire Hubbard-Hall (Read article)

36 An amateur historian’s journey from archive research via publication to conference sessions - Philip Browne

39 News from 59a

40 In the News

41 Journeys from history – fact and fiction in ten tweets

42 HA Conference

44 HA Tours

45 My Favourite History Place: Waterloo - Nigel Watt (Read article)

48 Out and About: Barging between Brindleys - Dave Martin (Read article)

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