March 2013

March 2013

Anne Curry looks at the early life of Henry V, when he looked anything but a great statesman in the making

Peter Hart hails the bravery of French troops in the opening exchanges of the First World War

Diarmaid MacCulloch asks if Thomas Cromwell deserves his reputation as a scheming upstart

Leading historians assess the consequences of the discovery of Richard III's remains

Sam Willis analyses a series of first-hand reports from some of Britain’s greatest naval triumphs

Emma Griffin challenges the notion that the industrial revolution brought nothing but hardship for workers

David Hendy speaks about his aural approach to the past


On Sale Date: 
Thursday 28th February 2013
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