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Certainly shaped the direction of its work’. Naturally, the focus was upon the history of working-class communities. From 1967 regular annual conferences took place at Ruskin, but when at the 1969 meeting Sheila Rowbotham proposed that people working on women’s issues should get together later in the day, the suggestion was at first received with incomprehension. In spite of that, however, her initiative resulted in the organisation of a Women’s Liberation conference in Britain the following year, generally regarded as the start of the organised movement in Britain, for which History Workshop, or at least its feminist component, could take the immediate credit.

One commentator notes the astonishing eclecticism of subject matter combined with fidelity to the methodology and objectives of the founders, particularly Febvre. The list of contents of issues, in 1960 for example, included Yoruba (Nigerian) farming practices, Bosnian gold mines, North African camels in Roman times, the eighteenth-century Chilean economy, technical experiments in antiquity with mechanical harvesters, medieval conceptions of time, the concept of the Baroque, Plato, Galileo and Newton.

Isaac Deutscher was also a Central European emigré, also a historian writing in English (which was not his first language or even his second) but of an altogether different stamp from Namier. In his youth in the 1930s he had joined the Trotskyist movement but, though continuing to be inspired by Trotsky, broke with it, dismayed by its attachment to political unrealism and subsequently belonged to none of the multitude of sects into which the movement splintered. He was never an academic historian and indeed was blocked by establishment prejudice, exemplified in academics such as Max Beloff and Isaiah Berlin, from being awarded even the most lowly of academic positions which would have enabled him to concentrate on his researches.

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