February/March 2018

Our eighth issue of BBC World Histories explores more vital stories, key issues and major players throughout our global past.

In our next issue, we take a look at an empire of food, examining how Britain's imperial culinary innovations transformed the way the world eats.

Meanwhile, our writers explore the sack of Rome, considering why a 16th-century attack on the city shocked Europe.

Elsewhere, there's a feature on images of Earth from space, as we present the race to create images of our planet as it had never been seen before

Plus, we take a historical tour of Hampi, the sprawling capital of the ancient south Indian empire.

On Sale Date: 
Wednesday 24th January 2018
Issue Number: 
8
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