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An intimate understanding of John Buchan with a scholarly reading of the immense mass of his papers
Nicholas Hilliard was a portraitist at the pinnacle of his profession.
Christian thinkers whose lives and thoughts connected in 1943, when it looked like the Allies were on top and minds turned to the future.
A hidden network of 17th-century female spies
The pursuit of astronomical study led a Victorian woman from Surrey to the Indian foothills.
Why is the West is so suspicious of Russia?
Continental Australia has a surprising history of South Asian immigration.
A new book seeks to change the way we look at the Second World War by challenging three enduring myths about Britain’s involvement.
Arabic was not just spread by the sword, but by merchants, patron-hunting poets and dowry-seeking princes.
The man who, at the time of his death in 2012, was arguably the most famous historian in the world is brought into quotidian focus.