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Historical Parallels

Historical Parallels

Politicians' use of history always comes back to bite them, much like the Continental System.

Adam Zamoyski

The Ides of March

The Ides of March

Should Julius Caesar have been allowed to die in Parthia, rather than on the Ides of March?

Peter Stothard

The Colourful Court of Oliver Cromwell

The Colourful Court of Oliver Cromwell

The Cromwell family was not as dour as we thought.

Miranda Malins

The Young Pretender

The Young Pretender

Bonnie Prince Charlie has not been portrayed correctly, as a new biography argues.

Frank McLynn

Inside an Enigma: Turing at Bletchley

Inside an Enigma: Turing at Bletchley

Turing's time at the code-breaking centre, and the innovations he led.

David Boyle

The Day they Pardoned Turing

The Day they Pardoned Turing

The 'Alan Turing Law', passed in 2013, and the man who inspired it.

David Boyle

IWD: Post-War Britain. Love in a Time of Peace.

IWD: Post-War Britain. Love in a Time of Peace.

Feminism and National Service.

Carol Dyhouse

IWD: The Press and Women’s Suffrage

IWD: The Press and Women’s Suffrage

What is left to understand about the British Women’s Suffrage Movement?

Amelia Bashford

The Ides Revisited

The Ides Revisited

A return to the day that shook Rome to its core, and has echoed through the ages.

Peter Tonkin

Geoffrey Chaucer: A Renaissance Man in the Middle Ages, by Philip Gooden

Geoffrey Chaucer: A Renaissance Man in the Middle Ages, by Philip Gooden

The author of a series of Chaucerian mysteries describes the poet's early career.

Philip Gooden