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A teenager shipwrecked on a Pacific atoll helped transform relations between Japan and the United States.
Japan, Emily Brontë, voting, Nevada and more.
For 1,500 years, Western Europe ‘forgot’ how to swim, retreating from the water in terror.
Tsar Nicholas II and his family were executed on July 17th, 1918
How will modern women respond to the realities of a 16th-century life?
The reasons for the brevity of the Latin presence in the 12th-century Eastern Mediterranean.
Since the moment Emily Brontë died we have tried – and failed – to understand who she was.
What electoral rights did Britons have in the century before 1918?
Women played a minor role in the Easter Rising of 1916. But they became crucial intelligene agents in the Anglo-Irish War.
For 1,500 years, Western Europe ‘forgot’ how to swim, retreating from the water in terror. The return to swimming is a lesser-known triumph of the Enlightenment.
The dramatic events that shook Britain in the 17th century resonate more strongly than ever, despite attempts to marginalise them.
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