The November edition of History Today is out now for iPad, Android tablets and Kindle Fire.
The digital version of our November issue is now available to download to your iPad, Android tablet or Kindle Fire.
In this issue: Clive Emsley investigates the changing attitudes towards the British army's Field Punishment No.1, condemned as a 'Hun-like torture' for its use against patriotic volunteers; Panikos Panayi considers the experience of the many Germans, civilians and soldiers, interned by the British during the First World War; Tim Stanley describes the evolution of the American nuclear family; Ian Mortimer champions the achievements of ‘England’s greatest king’, Edward III; and Gyanesh Kudaisya wonders if the participants in the Sino-Indian War of 1962 are ready to come to terms with the past.
The app is a free download from one of the stores listed below; once downloaded, you can then buy the November issue, or try a free, 20-page sample.
App Store (for iPad)
Google Play (for Android)
Amazon (for Kindle Fire)
Pocketmags (for PC / Mac)
A note to print subscribers: We are currently unable to offer the digital edition for free to our existing subscribers, but we hope to do so in the coming months. Please look out for further announcements in the magazine and on the website.