A chivalric form of planned battle took place on 26 March 1351.
Volume 70 Issue 3 March 2020
‘History seems to have little influence on many of our rulers.’
Getting intimate with America’s only bachelor president.
An audacious plan to install an English saint as the patron saint of Ireland.
Filmmakers, revolutionaries, Iranian shahs – Mexico has a long history of providing political asylum.
How educated exiles transformed Irkutsk into ‘the Paris of Siberia’.
The interface between politics and war, rather than military strategy and tactics.
A warning housed in one of the jewels of the Italian Renaissance is as pertinent now as ever.
The allure of the sun-burnished boulevards of Marseille remains intact.
The Norse god who found a new immortality in the stage works of Richard Wagner.