All About History is the stunningly realised new magazine from the makers of How It Works and All About Space. Featuring beautiful illustrations, photos and graphics depicting everything from ancient civilisations to the Cold War, All About History is accessible and entertaining to all and makes history fun for the whole family.
All About History
ALL ABOUT THE GEORGIANS • Discover the cultural, industrial and social revolution that took place throughout the reigns of the Hanoverian kings
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FRIST EDITION OF ROBINSON CRUSOE • Widely considered one of the first English novels, copies of this first edition are increasingly rare England, 1719
PIONEERING WOMEN • Groundbreaking writers, thinkers and innovators who fought for their voices to be heard
TAKING THE GRAND TOUR • Professor Roey Sweet reveals why young British men journeyed to Europe as an important part of their education
EXPERIENCING GEORGIAN ENGLAND • Five of the best historic buildings to visit around the UK
HENRY • How the Tudor king went from Renaissance prince to bloodsoaked tyrant
DID HENRY VIII THINK OF HIMSELP AS A TYRANT? • Best-selling historian, Alison Weir, discusses what the king, and others, may have thought of his reign by the end of his life
INFLUENCERS OF HENRY VIII • Who were the main players at the Tudor court at the time of the Great Matter?
AN INJURED KING • Did a jousting accident change Henry's personality?
GETTING HIGH WITH THE ANCIENTS • From drinking parties to medicinal cures and religious rituals
The City of Peace • Perfectly situated between East and West, Baghdad became one of the Silk Road's leading centres of trade, science and cultural exchange
The Life of GENTLEMAN JACK • Anne Lister was a true trailblazer, and today her story continues to inspire
HUNT FOR THE PHANTOM KILLER • Who was the masked man who held the region of Texarkana in a grip of fear?
ZODIAC KILLER • Were the Phantom Killer and the masked terror of San Francisco one and the same?
THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN • The moonlight murders have hit the screen twice with the same name
THE FIRST SHOGUN • How an exile took power in an age of murderous intrigue and a teetering empire
Greatest Battles BATTLE OF THE EBRO • EBRO RIVER, CATALONIA, JULY-NOVEMBER 1938
THE CHARTISTS HAD SUCCEEDED? • Winning the vote, and a voice, for the working man would change the political and social structure of Britain forever
UNCOVERING THE MINOTAUR'S LABYRINTH • A new exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum explores the discovery of the ruins at Knossos
REVIEWS • The books, TV shows and films causing a stir in the history world this month
OUR NHS • A thorough biography of a uniquely beloved institution
CONFINEMENT: THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF MATERNAL BODIES IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN
HISTORY VS HOLLYWOOD • Fact versus fiction on the silver screen
LEMON JUMBLES • A SPICED AND SUGARY KNOTTED BISCUIT, ENGLAND, 1485-PRESENT