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The real lives of five women who found fame only in the manner of their deaths: murdered by the man we have come to know as ‘Jack the Ripper’.
The life of Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus.
Was the massacre of April 1919 a symptom of British oppression, or an exceptional event?
De Gaulle’s secret was an ability to project a sense of French gloire, even when it didn’t really exist.
India’s First World War experience as seen through personal archives.
A case for the study of Islam’s ‘other’ history.
A look at the Vietnam War from two contrasting perspectives.
The origins of globalisation can be found in the deep past.
The promise of exotic thrills in distant lands built up expectations which inevitably collided with a mundane reality.
For many, Kafka is not only representative of the modern age, but its foremost prophet.