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For many Americans, jazz was the music of demons, devils and things that go bump in the night.
What do the tyrants of the 20th century have in common? Terror, confusion and quasi-religious followings.
As a frontline soldier in the First World War, the German artist Otto Dix fell under the spell of the writings of Friedrich Nietzsche and his assault on Christian morality.
Medieval French monarchs used – and abused – the charismatic power of religious women.
The story of a Gutenberg Bible, from 15th century Mainz to Keio University, Tokyo.
Hong Kong’s current extradition law crisis is not the first that the territory has faced.
For Louis, the conversion of Muslims to Christianity, ideally by peaceful means, was important.
This podcast looks at how Isidore Salmon, the force behind J Lyons & Co., threatened to withdraw advertising from the Daily Mail and Daily Mirror in 1934.
In our latest podcast, Dan Jones discusses the year 1147, when the Second Crusade was launched.
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