April/May 2018

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Final Flight of the Red Baron: Did a Canadian, Captain Roy Brown, shoot down and kill Germany's greatest First World War flying ace?

Also in this issue Children of Industry: From the mid-1800s to the early 1900s, desparate poverty drove many children into gruelling work to help their families survive. | 1918: Year of the Conscript: Once seen as shirkers or worse, First World War conscripts are starting to receive the recognition they have long been denied. | A Bravura Life: Eva Gauthier pushed boundaries in both music and early twentieth-century comportment during her remarkable international musical career.

Regular features: Christopher Moore, Roots, Currents, Trading Post, From the Archives, Destinations, Album, Book Reviews.

History Matters: Nobleman scholarships offer tremendous opportunity for young historians.