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70 Years of History Today

In its 70 years, History Today has moved with the times but has never lost sight of its guiding principle: to bring serious history to a wide audience. 

To celebrate our anniversary, we have published a special ebook featuring some of the best articles from our extensive archive. Each piece has been carefully selected to give you a taste of the fantastic writing which has earned History Today’s reputation and popularity.

Enjoying compelling, insightful accounts of the past by leading historians from the 1950s up to the present day.

To receive your free ebook, simply enter your email below. As well as the ebook we’ll also send you our regular enewsletter with the best and brightest from the History Today website.

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1950s

Madame de Pompadour’s Theatre, Nancy Mitford 
The Course of German History, James Joll 
Thomas Cromwell, Geoffrey Elton
Alexander Hamilton, Founding Father, Esmond Wright 

1960s

The Case of the Slave-Ship Zong, Robert Weisbord

1970s

Rashid al-Din: The First Universal Historian, J.J. Saunders 
The Extraordinary Voyages of Admiral Cheng Ho, Nora C. Buckley

1980s

Arms and the Victorian Policeman, Clive Emsley

1990s

Alfred the Great: The Most Perfect Man in History? Barbara Yorke

2000s

Helen the Whore and the Curse of Beauty, Bettany Hughes

2010s

General Sherman’s Total War, Matt Carr
The People Who Discovered Christopher Columbus, Claudia Rogers

 

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