History around the Web: March 16th
History in the headlines and the best articles, essays, reviews and photo galleries we've seen around the internet this week. Let us know about anything interesting you've read in the comments.
- A new book by AN Wilson on Hitler is a "travesty of a biography" that's littered with mistakes and cliches, according to this review. (New Statesman)
- After 244 years, the Encyclopedia Britannica is halting print production and going digital-only. (Guardian)
- Ten key moments in the history of marriage. (BBC)
- A profile of Barbara Tunchman, 'hero of popular history'. (Wall Street Journal)
- Barack Obama and David Cameron are no Roosevelt and Churchill, and have betrayed the values their countries fought for in the past. (Telegraph)
- Tim Stanley reviews History Today... And Tomorrow, an ebook by our editor Paul Lay.
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