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In the Christmas issue of BBC History Magazine, Anna Whitelock argues that, despite her bloody reputation, Mary I was a highly impressive queen cut off in her prime.
Meanwhile, Christopher Harding analyses the motivations of the dreaded Japanese Kamikaze pilots.
Elsewhere in the magazine, John Goodall reveals how to build a medieval castle.
And Joann Fletcher explores the lives of three of ancient Egypt’s most powerful women.