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In our first issue of 2017, Michael Jones explores the amazing life of Tudor matriarch Margaret Beaufort, a political survivor who founded a royal dynasty.
Marc Morris chronicles Anglo-Saxon resistance to Norman rule following 1066, and Laurence Rees discusses his new book on the Holocaust.
Elsewhere, Lucy Worsley re-examines the Glorious Revolution of 1688.
Nigel Jones and Roger Moorhouse debate the Stauffenberg plot and consider whether the Allies should have been glad that the plan to kill Hitler failed.
Adam Nichols recounts the surprising story of Africa’s British slaves, and Michael Scott reveals five key moments in the tumultuous history of Sicily.
And historians reflect on the life and legacy of Cuban leader Fidel Castro.