The Athenian temple was partly destroyed on 26 September 1687.
Volume 68 Issue 9 September 2018
Revelations about the US nuclear codes during the Cold War from the man who helped draft the policy.
Canada’s treatment of its indigenous peoples has been described as ‘cultural genocide’.
The 1,200 square miles of mountains that make up the Alps have been both frontier and a venue for fun.
The cult of the quintessentially English saint was the product of the Vikings who defeated him.
A horrifying tale of reckless daring and ecological catastrophe.
The winner of the 2018 Longman-History Today Book Prize provides an intriguing and accessible study on the evolution, dissemination and continued influence of Edmund Burke’s political ideas.
Air conditioning across the US brought an industrial boom – at a cost to the environment.
‘What is the most common misconception about my field? That it is ‘great man’ history.’
Medieval women wielded spiritual and political power in subtly effective ways.