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The ‘First Television War’ was also documented in over 5,000 songs.
Projects for a peaceful Europe go back centuries. Occasionally, they succeed – for a while at least.
Inside: Tudor family fortunes, recycling and the Second World War, Mesopotamia, Bohemians and the end of the English republic.
A pagan queen, an unruly woman and a valiant warrior: Boudica has lived a varied afterlife in British history.
How Napoleon bestrode Europe, playing a deadly serious ‘game of thrones’.
The Athenian temple was partly destroyed on 26 September 1687.
The ‘First Television War’ was also documented in over 5,000 songs. From protest to patriotism, popular music reveals the complexity of America’s two-decade long experience struggling against communism in Vietnam.
The power and perils of reconstructing the music of Napoleon's time.
How one of the greatest advances in human culture also helped divide Christendom.
For the lesser-known members of the great Tudor dynasties, loyalties were divided. Should you support your king, queen or family?
Two imperial ventures, in the same Middle East town a century apart, reveal the similarities – and differences – in the exercise of power.
A pagan queen, an unruly woman and a valiant warrior: Boudica has lived a varied afterlife in British history. Why is the ancient queen of the Iceni such an enduring figure?
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