‘Real world’ German responses to postwar genocide.
Germany in February 1933 as it unfolded day-by-day.
‘A day in the life’ of the 18th-century Bank of England.
In January 1848, in the Sicilian city of Palermo, the streets began to fill with crowds. From here, revolutionary sparks flew to almost all of Europe’s cities.
Humanly Possible: Seven Hundred Years of Humanist Freethinking, Enquiry and Hope is a Whiggish history of humanism from the Renaissance to the present.
Not every Renaissance queen was remarkable, but that does not make them insignificant.
On the difficulty of keeping time with the people of the past.
Did the British Empire have a culture?
A search for Boudica finds its author, but not the Queen of the Iceni.
Is knowledge a useful remedy for ignorance?