June 2017 issue of BBC History Magazine out now!

The June issue of BBC History Magazine is now on sale!

In our cover feature on rebellion in Roman Britain, Miles Russell examines the career of Caractacus, the only British leader to actively resist the Roman invaders.
 
Ahead of June’s snap election, Sarah Richardson reveals eight other occasions when the government sprang a surprise poll on the public.
 
Matthew Hughes recounts the Six-Day War, a dramatic Arab-Israeli conflict that shook the Middle East. 
 
Wolf Hall author Hilary Mantel reflects on the importance of historical novels.
 
Stephen Bates explores the role of espionage in the ill-fated Pentrich uprising of 1817.
 
Andrea Clarke reveals the personal letters and diaries of five Tudor monarchs.
 
And as we near the bicentenary of Jane Austen’s death, Lucy Worsley explores the life of the author.
 
Plus, the Georgian navy, Europe’s intellectual revolution and a historical tour of Philadelphia.
 
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