George Goodwin reviews a new account of the 'great and glorious adventure' that was the Hundred Years War.
By George Goodwin | Posted Thu 5th December, 12:52
Was the Whig historian and politician Thomas Babington Macauley the inventor of Western liberal intervention?
By Mihir Bose | Posted Wed 4th December, 13:44
A landmark in the historiography of the English Civil War
By Anthony Fletcher | Posted Thu 21st November, 10:15
The fate and fortunes of the occult during the long 18th century.
By Alexandra Walsham | Posted Wed 20th November, 11:00
As a metaphor for culture, it's hard to find a better example than cheese.
By Giles MacDonogh | Posted Mon 18th November, 15:44
An account of the most famous political duel in modern British history.
By Roland Quinault | Posted Thu 14th November, 13:30
An exploration of silence and its religious underpinnings.
By Miri Rubin | Posted Thu 14th November, 11:50
What happened to German civilians living in Britain when the First World War broke out?
By Clive Emsley | Posted Mon 11th November, 09:11
Richard Weight reviews the latest installment in David Kynaston's series, Tales of a New Jerusalem.
By Richard Weight | Posted Wed 6th November, 11:20
An eye-witness account of the Spanish Civil War.
By Nigel Jones | Posted Thu 31st October, 14:30
The life of the physician Galen of Pergamum, 'prince of medicine'.
By Andrew Robinson | Posted Wed 30th October, 09:23
The familiar story of how the Victorians built Britain, told in an unfamiliar way.
By Geoffrey Best | Posted Thu 24th October, 09:14
The history of the Tudors, told with a sense of drama and keen eye for detail.
By Desmond Seward | Posted Wed 23rd October, 08:50
How a romanticised Prussianism had a lasting influence on some of the twentieth century's most significant events.
By Giles MacDonogh | Posted Wed 16th October, 08:31
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