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Themen | 004/2024 (25.04.2024)
  • THE DARK MIRROR
    In both size and ferocity, the fighting on the eastern front from 1914–17 outdid even the western front. So why, asks Nick Lloyd, has eastern Europe become the forgotten theatre of the First World War?
  • "The Black gay movement has always been a broad church"
    JASON OKUNDAYE talks to Matt Elton about his new book charting the political, social and sexual lives of Black gay men who lived in London in the second half of the 20th century
  • "We need to break free of our babyish way of looking at the past"
    SATHNAM SANGHERA’S bestselling 2021 book Empireland found the author in the eye of a media storm. As its follow-up, Empireworld, is released, he talks to Matt Elton about how it felt to make headlines – and how we can have a constructive national conversation about Britain’s imperial past
Themen | 005/2024 (24.05.2024)
  • The empire's last hurrah?
    It featured exotic pavilions, sporting spectacles and even a replica of Tutankhamun's tomb. But, as Matthew Parker explains, when the British Empire Exhibition opened its doors in Wembley a century ago, it also spoke of a superpower in decline
  • Sex, sadism and sugared death
    Rosalind Crone investigates eight scandals that shocked Victorian Britain, from a killer-sweet scare to an adultery trial that threatened to bring down the prime minister
  • “It's rare that a television show actually changes people's lives”
    Since it first hit TV screens back in 2009, Horrible Histories has brought Terry Deary and Martin Brown's hugely successful series of books to an entire generation of children. As it marks its 15th anniversary, MATT ELTON speaks to three members of the team behind the show that mixes comedy songs, gruesome deaths and a talking rat
Themen | 006/2024 (20.06.2024)
  • Banished. Exiled. Died… Widowed. Berated. Survived.
    The ladies-in-waiting to Henry VIII’s wives were serious political operators with unparalleled access to the royal inner sanctum. Nicola Clark reveals how six of the most influential navigated the vipers’ nest that was the Tudor court
  • “Ancient Egypt survived because of the wise rulership of the Cleopatras”
    LLOYD LLEWELLYN-JONES talks to Matt Elton about the seven queens who shared the name Cleopatra, and how they were able to shape the ancient world in their image
  • NORMANDY’S FORGOTTEN HEROES
    Ferrying troops to the beaches wasn’t the only contribution sailors made during the Allied invasion of Normandy. In the first of two special features marking the 80th anniversary of D-Day, NICK HEWITT reveals how the Allied navies ended up fighting one of the most overlooked campaigns of the Second World War
Themen | 007/2024 (19.07.2024)
  • “IT'S TIME TO WRITE WOMEN BACK INTO THESE WORLD-CHANGING ANCIENT EVENTS”
    Daisy Dunn tells the story of the Greco-Persian Wars through the deeds of the extraordinary female figures who shaped them
  • Horror in France
    On the morning of 10 June 1944, the residents of Oradour-sur-Glane were going about their lives as normally as was possible in occupied France: cooking, washing, shopping, playing. Little did they know that they were about to become the victims of one of the most infamous massacres of the Second World War.
  • “It had been a tiny triumph, but it had been a British triumph”
    MAX HASTINGS talks to Rob Attar about a daring airborne raid that provided a much-needed boost to Britain's morale in the darkest days of the Second World War
Themen | 008/2024 (16.08.2024)
  • The man, the myth, the murderer
    As Scotland celebrates the 750th birthday of ROBERT THE BRUCE, the national hero lauded for his military exploits against the ‘auld enemy’, Fiona Watson reveals the shadowy side of a ruthless noble who schemed and slaughtered his way to the throne
  • “Roman roads turn up so often throughout European history”
    CATHERINE FLETCHER talks to Matt Elton about ancient Rome's continent-spanning road network, how it allowed the empire to flourish – and how it shaped Europe across later centuries
  • Counter revolution
    Over the past century, kitchens have evolved more than any room in the home. Deborah Sugg Ryan charts Britain's long quest for space and efficiency – from fly-repellent cabinets to the ubiquitous air-fryer
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Alternativen zu BBC History (UK)

BBC History (UK) fällt in die Kategorie der Geschichtszeitschriften. Ein weiteres führendes Magazin aus UK ist die History Today, ebenfalls in englischer Sprache. Interessant erscheint auch das Magazin ZEIT Geschichte. Geschichte im Geo-Stil mit DVD präsentiert die Geo Epoche DVD. Die Damals verbindet die Themen Geschichte und Kultur.

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In der aktuellen Ausgabe von BBC History Magazine

  • ANNIVERSARIES
    DANNY BIRD highlights events that took place in August in history
  • Seven elections that rocked Britain
    As the country goes to the polls, RICHARD TOYE explores the most consequential general elections in British history – from the bitter battle of 1832 to Thatcher's 1979 triumph
  • MICHAEL WOOD ON…
    THE GLOBAL IMPORTANCE OF INDIAN DEMOCRACY
  • HIDDEN HISTORIES
    KAVITA PURI on personal responses to the Bengal famine of 1943
  • Dark knights
    The crusades sparked centuries of violence and chaos – and not just on the battlefield. Steve Tibble describes the surge in criminality – from petty theft to cold-blooded murder – that accompanied the warring armies to the Holy Land
  • TIDE OF CRIME
    Shiploads of men, including merchants and mercenaries, turned to piracy in the eastern Mediterranean
  • CROMWELL'S POSTAL SPIES
    Nadine Akkerman and Pete Langman tell the story of the first English intelligence-gathering unit, which deployed an array of cunning tricks to intercept and decode enemy communications
  • THE BATTLE TO ELUDE PRYING EYES
    Many of the missives opened in the Black Chamber were protected by clever alphabet and word-substitution systems
  • Q&A
    A selection of historical conundrums answered by experts
  • Counter revolution
    Over the past century, kitchens have evolved more than any room in the home. Deborah Sugg Ryan charts Britain's long quest for space and efficiency – from fly-repellent cabinets to the ubiquitous air-fryer
  • APPLIANCES OF SCIENCE
    Five leaps forward in kitchen technology
  • The madcap Olympics
    As Paris prepares to stage the Summer Olympics, David Goldblatt describes how the 1900 Games – the first held in the French capital – almost defeated the Olympic ideal before it was even out of the starting blocks
  • WACKY RACES
    Five more Olympic events that encapsulate the chaos of Paris 1900
  • FIVE THINGS YOU (PROBABLY) DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT… late medieval England
    Hannah Skoda, who is teaching our new HistoryExtra Academy course, shares five surprising facts about life in the 14th and 15th centuries
  • The man, the myth, the murderer
    As Scotland celebrates the 750th birthday of ROBERT THE BRUCE, the national hero lauded for his military exploits against the ‘auld enemy’, Fiona Watson reveals the shadowy side of a ruthless noble who schemed and slaughtered his way to the throne
  • TIMELINE
    The rise, fall and rise of Robert Bruce
  • THE FINAL JOURNEY OF THE BRUCE'S HEART
    How part of the Bruce was carried to Spain and back
  • Elżbieta Zawacka, AKA Zo The Polish powerhouse
    Smuggling papers, microfilms and cash across Nazi-occupied Europe, dodging the Gestapo, training with the SOE, parachuting back into Poland… nothing was too dangerous for this fearless female figurehead of the Polish resistance. CLARE MULLEY tells her story
  • “Roman roads turn up so often throughout European history”
    CATHERINE FLETCHER talks to Matt Elton about ancient Rome's continent-spanning road network, how it allowed the empire to flourish – and how it shaped Europe across later centuries
  • An ode to a forgotten Tudor
    JOANNE PAUL is impressed by an engaging biography of Henry VIII's sister, Margaret Tudor, who is all too often underestimated in historical accounts
  • Poison penned
    Cathryn Kemp (pictured) discusses A Poisoner's Tale, her novel about a woman in Rome who helped wives kill husbands
  • The other French invasion
    NICHOLAS VINCENT enjoys a lively if uneven account of an extraordinary year in which baronial revolt and a rampaging French king almost put an end to the English monarchy
  • The serpent in a new light
    ESTELLE PARANQUE lauds a book that rehabilitates the often maligned figure of Catherine de’ Medici, a powerful queen who led with loyalty and conviction
  • The power behind two monarchs
    TRACY BORMAN is fascinated by a compelling account of Robert Cecil, a hugely influential but suitably little-known spymaster to Elizabeth I and James VI & I
  • Nasa's fatal frontier
    AMY SHIRA TEITEL is engrossed by an insightful telling of the story behind the Challenger disaster
  • Stellar stories
    Deputy editor Matt Elton picks three episodes of the HistoryExtra podcast charting trips into space
  • Westminster fool
    ELEANOR BARNETT introduces an alcohol-tinged variant of a simple dessert that's been popular since the 17th century
  • A pagan masterpiece
    Avebury, a tiny, unassuming Wiltshire village, is home to the largest stone circle in Europe. DR ONYEKA NUBIA dives into the sometimes turbulent history of a millennia-old monument that's now a World Heritage site
  • Sister Rosetta Tharpe 1915–73
    Singer, songwriter and actress Ruby Turner chooses