Today’s featured articles
Many of the ideas that shape football today were developed in the 1920s by a generation of Hungarian coaches.
Bram Stoker’s novel was a mixed blessing for Romania. It attracted tourists, but the legend was at odds with communist ideals and made a villain of a national hero.
Four historians consider the harm caused by those who should have helped their political masters.
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The Hebrew Insurgency, Tom Fuller, a Haitian Queen in Georgian Britain, Clowns, Falklands War, the Warsaw Ghetto library.
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