The nightmarish power of the Soviet passport.
Volume 72 Issue 1 January 2022
A ringside seat to British domestic politics, from Chamberlain’s meeting with Hitler in October 1938 to the fall of Mussolini in July 1943.
Inspired by the fashion for Boy Scout groups, Lord Beaverbrook started his own youth movement in support of his pro-Empire campaign.
Reporting from the frontlines of the mujahideen war against the Soviet Union.
In 1935 Stalin declared ‘life has become better’. This was clearly not the case for everyone, but feelings had to be expressed very carefully.
The historical currents that have shaped modern Central Asia.
The Renaissance face provided clues about the wealth and health of its owner. Those who had been disfigured were often mistreated, but to alter one’s appearance carried a stigma of its own.
Recently discovered papyri give unprecedented insight into the lives of the workers building the Great Pyramid of Giza.
A tale of two translators, caught between civilisations.
Four historians consider whether the traditional Whig history of Britain, as one of evolutionary political progress, has ever been challenged by events.