History Matters

By Kirk Graham

Britain’s entry into the Second World War ushered in a wave of anti-German sentiment, creating strange bedfellows across the political spectrum.

By History Today

All the winners from this year's awards ceremony. 

By Samuel J. Martland

The coverage of a disaster in Chile revealed religious divisions among the world’s press.

By Sophia L. Deboick

Medieval hermits were the agony aunts of their day. 

By Rhys Griffiths

An ethnically diverse country of kingdoms. 

By John-Pierre Joyce

The Sexual Offences Act of 1967 was not the great step forward it is sometimes purported to be.

By Rhys Griffiths

The Azeri magazine that told it like it was. 

George Logan, senator for Pennsylvania and namesake of the Logan Act, by Albert Rosenthal.

By Jeremy Duda

Michael Flynn, the former US national security adviser, was recently accused of violating the Logan Act of 1799 for his communications with the Russian ambassador. But what is this act, for which no one has ever been convicted and only two people charged?

By Tim Flight

The real and mythical dangers of the wilderness.

By Carla Gardina Pestana

Cromwell’s move on Jamaica transformed Britain’s early empire.