Neil Bell rounds up the latest from the world of re-enactment and living history.
Volume 52 Issue 4 April 2002
The son and heir of Henry VII died on 2 April 1502.
Richard Cavendish describes the coronation of Queen Anne on April 23rd, 1702.
Richard Cavendish charts the founding of Cape Town, on April 7th, 1652.
John Horne looks at what lay behind allegations of brutality on both sides in the opening months of the Great War.
Julian Spalding argues that museums should re-evaluate their purpose and practices.
Robert Knecht describes his quest to unravel a mystery originating in the French defeat in the Battle of the Nations.
Mark Weisenmiller shows how the fate of Al-Qaida and Taliban prisoners in Cuba is linked to a US Supreme Court decision of sixty years ago.
Roger Boase looks at a Spanish example of religious and ethnic cleansing.
Jane Geddes investigates the remarkable ironwork of the gates of the tomb of Edward IV, and considers what they can tell us about 15th-century craft and culture.