BBC History Magazine


Historian and broadcaster LUCY WORSLEY tells us about the return of her series separating historical fact from fib – and why the focus is placed on revolt and rebellion in Britain, France and Russia

The linking theme of the new run of is revolutions. Why did you choose

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da BBC History Magazine

BBC History Magazine3 min lettiPolitics
I enjoyed Alec Ryrie’s feature on Britain’s obsession with the Second World War (Our Dangerous Devotion to the Second World War, Christmas) - and an ‘obsession’ it most certainly is. In 2015, I was working for BBC News when it televised commemoration
BBC History Magazine2 min lettiWorld
Why We Should Remember…
One hundred and fifty years ago, on 18 January 1871, the German empire was proclaimed in the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles. In one official depiction of the event, painted by Anton von Werner in 1885 (shown below), Otto von Bismarck, the Prussian min
BBC History Magazine1 min letti
Authors On The Podcast
“Traditionally the history of the British empire is written as a galloping story, with the empire expanding across the globe from the nerve centre of London. But this metropolitan view has marginalised stories from the islands of the Indian and Pacif