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The origins of haggis are as mysterious as the Loch Ness Monster.
Nine leading historians choose their favourite books from the past year.
The need to preserve alliances was a compelling reason not to use nuclear weapons in Vietnam.
The Dutch role in the slave trade cannot be dismissed as a matter of numbers.
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Covering Hong Kong, the anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre, porcine inebriation and the Battle of Algiers, nine historians select their favourite books of the past year.
Who was the ‘Father of History’? Do you know which was the first city to be bombed from the air?
How did the East India Company become ‘an empire within an empire’?
The views and actions of the man who tried to kill Hitler.
At what point does memoir become biography and biography become history?
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