Kevin Sharpe

Kevin Sharpe revisits an article by C.V. Wedgwood, first published in History Today in 1960, that looks at the diplomatic mission made by the artist Peter Paul Rubens to the court of Charles I. Read the original article here.

Hugh Trevor-Roper, Lord Dacre of Glanton, is a rich subject for a biographer. Intelligence officer, director of Times Newspapers, active member of...

Kevin Sharpe mourns the loss of an historian who wrote and made history.

Elizabethan Essays Patrick Collinson - Hambledon Press, 1994 - xii + 265 pp. - £35 Religion, Culture and Society in Early Modern Britain Edited by...
The Elizabethan Secret Service Alison Plowden – Harvester, 1991 - ix + 158 pp. - £30 Giordano Bruno and the Embassy Affair John...
Unrevolutionary England, 1603-1642 Conrad Russell - Hambledon Press, 1990 - xxx+313pp. - £30 The Causes Of The English Civil War...
Images of Love and Religion: Queen Henrietta Maria and Court Entertainment Erica Veevers (Cambridge University Press, 1989, 209 pp.) One of the most...

The routes and reasons of historical pilgrims