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On 1 January 1933, Germany was a democracy with a range of political parties. By the end of the year its parliament was a rubber stamp for Adolf Hitler’s will.
Shedding past light on recent royal scandals, four historians consider the future of an ancient institution.
In 1931, the French authorities requested the British extradite Ho Chi Minh to Indochina where a death sentence awaited.
It is a pity when specialist historians condescend to an enthusiastic public.
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When, in 1931, the Vietnamese revolutionary Nguyen Ai Quoc was discovered to be hiding in Hong Kong, the French authorities requested the British extradite him to Indochina where a death sentence awaited.
‘If I was let loose in the archives of the Archaeological Museum in Naples I might never emerge.’
Medieval women’s bodies were a battleground: they were either irretrievably sinful, or they were Christ-like.
The 1980 Protect and Survive booklet opened government plans to ridicule.
An ‘almanac of destiny’ predicts the fortunes of the harvest.
Finding the grit in Brooklyn's gentrification.
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