How did Germany’s postwar politicians deal with the legacy of Nazism and defeat?
Volume 68 Issue 5 May 2018
An eclectic account of the complex history of south India, where centuries move back and forth.
Why did only some women get the vote in 1918 and what did they do with it?
An idiosyncratic introduction to the Classical world will delight the Oscar-winning scriptwriter’s many admirers, but perhaps not newcomers.
‘Madame is dying … Madame is dead!’
‘People think curators sit about in armchairs drinking tea while occasionally peering at an object. It’s a little more high octane than that.’
‘The Welsh would be insuperable if only they were inseparable.’
Visiting sites of importance can connect us with history – and each other – in a way that echoes the power of medieval pilgrimage.
Crazy Horse and the allied leaders surrendered on 5 May 1877.
A fascinating, multi-authored study seeks to make sense of a momentous, tragic year.