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The last days of India's first prime minister, travels with the King of Siam and how the Scots invented Britishness.

By Paul Lay | Posted Thu 10th April, 10:22

Paul Lay considers the late MP's contribution to and understanding of England's radical tradition.

By Paul Lay | Posted Fri 14th March, 12:37

A recent televisual account of the First World War leaves Paul Lay feeling underwhelmed.

By Paul Lay | Posted Thu 13th March, 12:40

A selection of readers' correspondence with the editor, Paul Lay.

By Paul Lay | Posted Thu 13th March, 12:07

Smoking in the First World War, Rome's 'tiger mother' and a historian's take on  Game of Thrones.

By Paul Lay | Posted Thu 13th March, 10:37

Historians are beginning to reengage with their discipline as a social science, a move welcomed by Paul Lay.

By Paul Lay | Posted Wed 5th March, 11:25

We speak to Calder Walton, the author of Empire of Secrets: British Intelligence, the Cold War and the Twilight of Empire.

By Paul Lay | Posted Tue 25th February, 16:48

A recap of the recent event organised by the British Library and History Today.

By Paul Lay | Posted Tue 18th February, 16:44

A selection of readers' correspondence with the editor, Paul Lay.

By Paul Lay | Posted Wed 12th February, 14:02

A great historian of Poland and a survey of British Intelligence were among this year’s winners.

By Paul Lay | Posted Tue 11th February, 14:27

Paul Lay is impressed by the National Gallery director's dismissal of the 'numbers game' when considering the success of blockbuster art shows.

By Paul Lay | Posted Tue 4th February, 11:30

A selection of readers' correspondence with the editor, Paul Lay.

By Paul Lay | Posted Tue 14th January, 14:44

Mark Horton tells the story of an archaeological dig that may have fuelled the fantasies of J.R.R. Tolkien

By Paul Lay | Posted Wed 18th December, 11:17

The editor offers a brief introduction to the new-look History Today

By Paul Lay | Posted Wed 18th December, 10:30

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