Articles By Hugh Thomas
 
December 2015
The National Gallery’s show is a treat for a country with a modest collection of the artist’s work 
 
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September 2015
From the 15th century to the 20th, one Spanish family has left an indelible mark on history across the world, from Florence to Havana
 
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October 2014
'Policymakers should recall that there have been intolerant Muslim movements in the past'
 
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March 2014
 
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April 2012
Book review of The Spanish Holocaust by Paul Preston
 
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March 2012
China was in its sights, but the Spanish court's dithering meant the nation's conquistadors would never plant their flag on the Middle Kingdom
 
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November 2010
A brilliant writer with remarkable political gifts, Mario Vargas Llosa is a worthy winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature
 
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About Hugh Thomas
Hugh Thomas is a cross-party member of the House of Lords. His career has encompassed both America and Europe, history and politics, as a professor at New York and Boston Universities and as Chairman of the Centre for Policy Studies in London. The final volume of his history of the Spanish Empire, World Without End: The Global Empire of Philip II, will be published by Allen Lane in July.
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