In our cover feature on Passchendaele, Nick Lloyd explores how the Allies came close to victory in the notorious First World War battle.
Yasmin Khan examines some iconic images from the partition of British India in 1947.
Brian Lewis reflects on the impact of the landmark Sexual Offences Act, 50 years on.
Ronald Hutton delves into the history of witchcraft and bloody responses to it.
Rebecca Rideal shares stories of women caught up in the 1665 plague outbreak.
Michael Jones revisits a medieval massacre that sheds new light on the Black Prince.
And Clare Walker Gore unveils the grisly spectacle of Victorian crime and punishment.
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