The momentous final days of the French revolutionary are well documented. Yet, argues Colin Jones, many of the established ‘facts’ are myths that do not stand up to scrutiny.
Colin Jones and Emily Richardson reveal a little-known collection of obscene and irreverent 18th-century drawings targetting Madame de Pompadour, the favourite mistress of Louis XV of France.
Colin Jones discusses the art and artifice of the leading mistress of Louis XV.
Colin Jones on an astonishing new study of medieval piety
The authors of this volume of essays achieve the not inconsiderable task of saying something sufficiently novel and striking to alter our...
Revolution and Red Tape by Clive H. Church