Margaret is a British freelance writer with a passion for history, sport and cats. After graduating from Manchester University further back than she cares to mention, she worked in stockbroking for many years. Now focusing on writing, her work has appeared in a wide range of different publications and her first local history book was published last year.
True stories by and about veterans.
January, February, and March are full of promising new reads.
One of the dictionary's top contributors was an inmate at a psychiatric hospital.
The new Ridley Scott film charts the Frenchman's rise and fall.
These highly focused books have a surprisingly large scope.
From the Spanish Armada to Pearl Harbor and beyond.
Judging from his reading list, Winston Churchill clearly thought a lot about the Roman Empire.
Gain more knowledge about this major religious schism.
This theater of war is often overlooked.
A period of "rebirth" that continues to fascinate.
As our understanding of history has evolved, so has the way we learn about it.
Get aquainted with these historians and their award-winning books.
No plane ticket necessary.
Did he liberate the people, or brutally oppress them?
Recruited straight out of university, these British intelligence officers were secretly moles.
These masterpieces mysteriously disappeared.