The tablet edition of our September issue is now available to download.
The digital edition ofHistory Today's September issue is now available to download to your iPad, Android tablet or Kindle Fire.
In this issue: Andrew Hopper discovers turncoats and traitors in the British Civil Wars; Lynn Macdonald re-visits the reputation of Mary Seacole in contrast to that of her Crimean War contemporary, Florence Nightingale; Peter Frankopan examines Byzantine sources to get an Eastern view of the First Crusade; Ioannis Stefanidis tells the story of how the Allies’ ‘black’ propaganda sought to undermine Nazi control of the Balkans; and Malcolm Murfett sheds light on the little-known figure who was instrumental in the development of penicillin.
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A note to print customers: Unfortunately we are currently unable to offer the digital edition for free to our existing print customers, but we will be doing so in the coming months. Please look out for further announcements in the magazine and on the website.