Following the death by burning of Czech Wycliffite Jan Hus in 1415, Jan Zelivsk preached in Prague New Town on 30 July 1419.
Volume 72 Issue 7 July 2022
Easter Island’s stone ancestors carry messages for the gods.
Discovering the deep roots of the cheese plant.
Switzerland was a hub for China’s spy networks in the Cold War.
Civil War politics amongst MPs and the New Model Army.
A history of the Philippines’ 7,000 islands from the pre-colonial era to the present day.
A Ghanaian moment in Africa’s struggle to repatriate its art.
The entwined lives and relationships of William and Jane Morris.
‘Being a careful analyst of history can help anticipate trends in the present and future.’
Why did newspapers maintain a policy of isolationism in the midst of a world embroiled in war?