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A previously unnamed slave in Catherine of Aragon’s bedchamber may have known the answer to one of history’s greatest questions.
For 200 years, the House of Commons Library has guided politicians and policy.
The Flying Ace reflected one generation’s memories of war and shaped those of the next.
Britain’s psychological warfare campaign against the Nazis pre-empted the information wars of the 21st century.
The British Library’s new exhibition is a star-studded tour of the Anglo-Saxons at their most eloquent.
The English republic was brought down by the same forces that brought it to power.
The national campaign for suffrage saw women forming societies from Land’s End to John O’Groats.
The rise and fall of José Luis Bustamante’s left-wing presidency.
The power and perils of reconstructing the music of Napoleon's time.
Canada’s treatment of its indigenous peoples has been described as ‘cultural genocide’.