March has two of the year’s most important anniversaries: the creation of the world and the creation of time.
Volume 73 Issue 3 March 2023
The Holocaust as European history.
Recalling Hollywood’s best anecdotes and old grudges.
John Hutchinson and Isaac Newton were both devout scholars who believed that the natural world and God were inextricably linked. The similarities ended there.
Nicknames can easily raise an eyebrow, but they have value to the historian beyond humour.
Son of a queen and uncle to the king who founded a dynasty, history almost forgot Edward Tudor. Why?
The extraordinary life of Henry Christophe, King of Haiti from 1811 to 1820.
For 600 years Muslims held sway over the Indian subcontinent. Then democracy and a desultory leadership did them in.
Found guilty of the Temple Murders in 1733, Sarah Malcolm became the most notorious woman in Britain. Did she commit the crime alone? Did she commit it at all?
The US government was happy to support the assassination of foreign officials – but not to be seen doing so.