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The Battle of Sherburn in Elmet is perhaps a more crucial turning point in the Civil War than Naseby, so argues Mark Turnbull.
Aspects of History’s Top 10 War Films
Our editor gives his run down in the wake of the BAFTA win of All Quiet on the Western Front.
The Unconventional Enemy
For British soldiers serving after the fall of the Wall new challenges have arisen in place of the communist threat.
Ho Chi Minh & the Vietnam War
The background to the Vietnam War that saw more than 3 million killed.
A Real Life Fairy Tale: The Springfield Witch-Hunt
The author of a new book on witch-trials of 17th century America describes the atmosphere of the time.
The Great War: Was it a Waste?
All Quiet on the Western Front is a powerful film, but suggests the war was for nothing. Our editor disagrees.
The Empress and the Pandemic
Catherine the Great, took groundbreaking steps to inoculate not only herself, but her population too.
From Stage to Page
The debut novelist describes the ballets that inspired her.
Solving the Mystery of The Tobermory Galleon
The story of a lost ship. Has it been found?
Tourist Troubles in Ancient Rome
Ancient tourists faced an array of difficulties and dangers as they made their tour of the highlights of the empire.
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