Having produced, directed and starred in a lascivious play, West was charged with ‘corrupting the morals of youth’ on 19 April 1927.
Volume 69 Issue 4 April 2019
Was the massacre of April 1919 a symptom of British oppression, or an exceptional event?
William (‘Willie’) Lamont (1934-2018) changed our understanding of religion and the civil war.
The evolution of an English Easter delicacy associated with mothers and Tudor pretenders.
Without political power of her own, Fulvia wielded that of her husbands.
De Gaulle’s secret was an ability to project a sense of French gloire, even when it didn’t really exist.
‘What’s the most important lesson history has taught me? That the same arguments come around again and again.’
India’s First World War experience as seen through personal archives.
Restoring women to history presents challenges – and some opposition.
Every generation has its own Robin, adapted to fit the needs of the time.