The glittering career of Hella Pick, child refugee from Hitler’s Vienna and an exile in wartime Britain.
Volume 71 Issue 8 August 2021
The first of three articles that proved the Protocols of the Elders of Zion was a forgery was published in The Times on 16 August 1921.
The industry of fake charters, from the tenth century, to its zenith two centuries later.
The act of breastfeeding has been used as a powerful image of propaganda, but can it also be an image of empowerment?
Are we living in a new age of puritanism? And how would we know if we were?
What sort of society produced Shakespeare?
How food fashion changed the economy of the Cayman Islands.
Plans to measure the impact of historical research as if it were a science will mean fewer history books that excite the general reader.
Over three centuries of muddle, messy compromise and financial mismanagement.
At the beginning of the 20th century Argentina was a major economic power. That all changed with the Great Depression.