Malcolm Billings reviews the astonishing holdings of the Museum of Underwater Archaeology at Bodrum, Turkey.
Volume 50 Issue 7 July 2000
Daniel Snowman meets the historian of Russia and its peoples.
Ludovic Kennedy tells how an early introduction to British law set him on a path devoted to campaigning for justice.
The leader of the rebels was captured and mortally wounded on 12 July 1450.
The reunification of Berlin’s libraries after the fall of the Berlin Wall
Simon Craig discovers that drug abuse in professional sport goes back more than a hundred years.
Rod Phillips explains why, in spite of the reputation of old vintages, most wine consumed in the past would not have suited modern palates.
Nigel Saul tells how, in spite of famines and visitations of the plague, conditions were better than ever before for those living in 1400.
The anniversary of De Gaulle’s London address to ‘Free France’.
Robert Peel suffered a fatal fall from his horse on June 29th, 1850. He died three days later.