History Today 70/01 January 2020

The Inca's Last Stand

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Volume 70 Issue 1 January 2020














The most maligned of creatures, since ancient times, wolves have played a central role in mythology.













The repression in China’s Xinjiang region has deep historical roots.













An Indigenous rebellion in colonial Argentina foreshadowed later risings – and resonates to this day.













In the stomach, the mind, or the brain – migraine’s causes and remedies have been debated for 2,000 years.













A squalid incident in Tipperary set the tone for a bitter conflict.













Carving our names on great monuments is a millennia-old tradition, but why do we do it?












*/ One wonders what more can be added to a rich seam of Regency history already well-mined. However, Robert Morrison manages to make an enjoyable...










Klaus Fuchs, a brilliant German nuclear physicist, was condemned by a British court to 14 years in prison on 1 March 1950. He had confessed to the...










In August 1855, during a state visit to France, Queen Victoria was treated to a tour of Versailles in the company of Napoleon III. The visitors’...










The average human spends around one third of their lives in bed. It is easy to imagine that the experience is universal, as our species could not...











No one understood the literary dimension of conflict better than Michael Howard.












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