March 2015 issue of BBC History Magazine on sale now!

The March 2015 issue of BBC History Magazine hits newsstands today!


In the magazine, Bronwen Riley describes the sights and sounds of Britannia at the time when Hadrian’s Wall was being completed.


Meanwhile, David Olusoga argues that slave ownership was a surprisingly widespread phenomenon in Britain, and David Baldwin questions whether Henry VIII might have been tempted to marry one more time.

Elsewhere, Charlotte Hodgman investigates clothing trends during the era of Second World War rationing.

The issue also includes a 16-page Magna Carta supplement.


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