Category: Volume 1 Issue 1 – Conflict

History Holidays in Greece

Article by Fiona Elliot. Edited by Claire Stratton. Additional Research by Ellie Veryard. I’ve had numerous different holiday experiences in Greece. Admittedly, a few of them consisted of a few too many lemonades and resulted in sketchy recollections of my…

Napoleon III and Italian Unification

Article by Marc Geddes. Edited by Claire Stratton. Additional Research by Liz Goodwin. The struggle for Italian Unification stretched across three-quarters of the nineteenth century – the French enslaved and renamed the peninsula during the Napoleonic Wars; Austria decided to…

Reflections on an Interview

Article by Charlotte D’Arcy. Edited by Liam Geoghegan. Additional Research by Ellie Veryard. ‘Here’s something I’m not sure is for the record’, he laughs, ‘but when we were a little older, Brian [Way] used to cast us in the same…

No Man’s Land

Article by Boris Kanev. Edited by Liam Geoghegan. Additional Research by Michelle Brien. Bosnia and Herzegovina, situated in the west part of the Balkan peninsula, commenced its independent existence in 1995, with the signing of the Dayton Peace Accord. The…

Ernst Röhm

Article by Sarah Marriott. Edited by Rose Colville. Additional Research by Michelle Brien. This year marks the seventy-fifth anniversary of the ‘Night of the Long Knives’ – the event that illustrated that no-one was safe in Nazi Germany. It saw…

The Battle of Agincourt

Article by Samuel Cooke. Edited by Claire Stratton. Additional Research by Robyn Hall. ‘We few, we happy few, we band of brothers; For he to-day that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother‘ from Henry V by William…

History and Games

Article by Dane Close. Edited by Victoria Ryves. Additional Research by Lauren Puckey. History is central to our popular culture. It has been the basis for songs, films, and books, but has recently become the subject for a glut of…