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Migration & The End of Empire

Migration & The End of Empire

The view that it was immigration that brought down the Roman Empire does have truth to it, but the idea that the theory can now be applied to the modern West is simplistic.
Peter Heather
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A Persian Journey

A Persian Journey

Dorothy Wellesley was a poet, gardener, traveller and heiress - a fascinating and complex woman whose marriage failed after an affair with Vita Sackville-West
Jane Wellesley
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Ulster leader James Craig thought he had beaten Lloyd George during the Anglo-Irish Treaty negotiations.
Gretchen Friemann
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The Glutton and the Flatterer

Peter Stothard

Vitellius came from a long line of talented courtiers, but when he gained the big job, it was a little more than he bargained for.

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Migration & The End of Empire

Peter Heather

The view that it was immigration that brought down the Roman Empire does have truth to it, but the idea that the theory can now be applied to the modern West is simplistic.

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In Search of Lawrence of Arabia in London

Paul Kendall

T.E. Lawrence is present in many London locations.

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A Persian Journey

Jane Wellesley

Dorothy Wellesley was a poet, gardener, traveller and heiress - a fascinating and complex woman whose marriage failed after an affair with Vita Sackville-West

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Secrets & The Public Interest

Jimmy Burns

The story of Walter Bell, MI6 and MI5 officer.

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Those Must Be The Guards

Simon Doughty

A new book on the Guards takes its title from Sir John Moore, hero of Corunna.

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Holmes Is Where the Heart Is

Richard Foreman

Richard Foreman reviews the Valley of Fear, at The Southwark Playhouse.

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NATO’s Greatest Achievement

Sten Rynning

NATO's response to the fall of communism has made it the world's most powerful alliance.

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Land of the Blind

Andy Owen

Lessons must be learned by the Afghanistan experience.

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Orwell & The Past

D.J. Taylor

D.J. Taylor writes about Orwell’s relationship with the past, and how it influenced Nineteen Eighty-Four.

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