January Issue Out Now for Tablets
Our January issue is out now for the iPad, Kindle Fire and Android tablets.
Some of the highlights include:
Benjamin Ziemann introduces Karl Mayr, midwife to Adolf Hitler’s political career;
- Tom Wareham tells the true story of the notorious pirate Captain Kidd;
- Adrian Bell and Richard Dale see parallels between modern marketing techniques and efforts to attract pilgrims to shrines across medieval Europe.
- Tim Stanley is unimpressed by current appetites for period lite TV drama;
- Synnøve Veinan Hellerud describes how Hákon the Good was inspired by Athelstan of England to transform tenth-century Norway into a well-ordered Christian kingdom.
- Frances Larson presents the designer Syrie Maugham, who dazzled 1920s London with her all-white interiors and her vibrant love life.
- and Clive Emsley questions the historical evidence for electing police commissioners.
The tablet edition also contains an interview with Tom Wareham, who discusses his research into Captain Kidd's life.
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- Middle East
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- Central America
- Early Modern
- 20th Century
- Economic History
- Environmental History
- Food & Drink
- Historical Memory
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