The first edition of 6,000 copies was published on 19 December 1843.
Volume 71 Issue 12 December 2021
The remarkable adolescence of the Nobel Prize winner Amartya Sen.
Clothes in early modern England could quite literally be to die for.
An Essex farm built on religious and political ideals in a war-torn world.
Anne Greene survived her execution on 14 December 1650.
‘A rising generation of ‘new diplomatic historians’ are reimagining diplomatic history.’
Selfish, shallow and snobbish? The long post-Abdication lives of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.
It took a long while for Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer to team up with Santa Claus. But once he did, there was no stopping him.
Leaked photographs of colonial atrocities during the Malayan ‘Emergency’ shocked postwar Britain.
From Ohio’s farmlands to Pennsylvania’s coalfields: how Welsh is America?