BBC History Magazine
Bringing history to life, BBC History Magazine features informative, lively and entertaining articles written by some of the world’s leading historians and journalists. Whether it is the grand history of our politics and institutions or the fascinating stories of our private lives through the ages, a BBC History subscription will shed new light on the past and help you to make more sense of today’s world.
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In recent issues of BBC History
Charles I: Has history been too hard on him?.. Ten photographs that shook the world… The Crusades: For God or profit?.. Nelson Mandela: Historians assess his legacy… 1914 – the shock of war: How suffragettes, strikes & Ireland diverted Britain’s attention a century ago… The Celts: How Europes ‘savages’ created a culture that rivalled ancient Rome… Stonehenge: A tourist hotspot for 4,000 years… Hitler’s arctic foes: The naval convoys that the Nazis couldn’t suppress… How the Black Death changed Britain… Alfred the Great: He beat the Vikings but was it just luck?.. The enigma of JFK: Great president or stylish mediocrity… How the Cold War invaded Britain’s homes… Nelson: How he forged his own legend… Sex, death & sausages: On stage in ancient Greece… Order your BBC History Magazine subscription today for more insightful articles like this every month.
Who reads BBC History Magazine?
A mix of men and women, all of whom share a keen interest in UK & world history.