The churchmen and leader of the Oxford Movement died on March 29th 1866.
Volume 66 Issue 3 March 2016
Yuan Shikai's short-lived reign as Chinese emperor ended on March 22nd, 1916.
When the European powers began exporting convicts to other continents, they did so to create a deterrent and to establish new settlements across the world. Clare Anderson traces the history of punitive passages.
A new exhibition explores the history behind the first global market.
The first monarch of the House of Stewart was born on March 2nd, 1316.
Eleanor Parker is inspired by a visit to a village church in Oxfordshire that bears witness to one of the most turbulent and transformative periods in English history.
The ‘Nazi who said sorry’ was a master of constructing his own narrative.
A newly found hoard offers insights into an England threatened by Vikings.
The accusation that James I was murdered by his favourite, the Duke of Buckingham, may have been a false one but it was widely believed and helped to justify the execution of Charles I.
Roger Hudson describes how the ‘stiffest bridge in the world’ took shape following a railway disaster in 1897.