John Hannavy looks at panoramas of the siege of Sevastopol in the Crimean War.
Volume 54 Issue 9 September 2004
With Millennium reshowing on UKTV History, Felipe Fernandez-Armesto offers an ecological look at the world in the 19th century.
Emily Mayhew tells the story of the heroic RAF pilots who overcame horrific burns and formed ‘the most exclusive Club in the world’, and of Archibald McIndoe, the plastic surgeon who helped them.
George Redmonds explains the value of taking a historical approach to the study of names.
Daniel Snowman has been tracking down what Britain’s ‘Historic Heritage’ means to some of those in charge of it.
Lucy Worsley discusses the importance of the art and discipline of horsemanship to the men who became known as the Cavaliers.
Christopher Lee describes the voyage of discovery that led to him becoming a historian.
Matthew Hilton examines the past progress and future dilemmas of the Consumers’ Association.
Richard Hodges shows how new evidence is leading to a fresh understanding of the role of the Vikings in European history.
The saint was moved to a resting place in the rebuilt cathedral, behind the high altar, on 4 September 1104.