Treason: from Anne Boleyn to Lord Haw Haw
Professor Mark Cornwall discusses the history of treason, exploring how the definition of ‘traitor’ has changed through the centuries
Published: August 2, 2022 at 12:06 pm
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Professor Mark Cornwall charts the history of treason in Britain. He tells Kev Lochun how a handful of high profile cases – from Anne Boleyn and the gunpowder plotters to Lord Haw Haw – can shed light on the evolving nature of individual rights versus the power of the state.
Kev LochunDeputy Digital Editor, HistoryExtra
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