September 2015


In our September 2015 issue, Anne Curry considers how the medieval battle Agincourt became so iconic, as we reach its 600th anniversary.


Meanwhile, Christopher Tyerman explores the logistical challenges of campaigning in the Holy Land.

Elsewhere in the issue, Joshua Levine explores the Blitz criminals, revealing how some took advantage of the wartime darkness to commit acts of felony.


And Tracy Borman explains why Henry VIII’s fourth wife, Anne of Cleves, was far more than just the ‘ugly’ queen.