H&P is one solution for the historically-curious policy maker cutting through the online chaff for authoritative and accessible historical research, according to Professor David Reynolds, in his review of The History Manifesto, for New Statesman.
100 years ago the first Zeppelins attacked Great Yarmouth and King’s Lynn. Professor Edgar Jones, of King’s College London, examines the effects of German airship raids on civilian morale during the First World War in the latest article for the History of Government Blog. What lessons can be learnt today from people's response to German air-raids?
The latest Prime Ministerial bio, of William Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire, is published on the History of Government Blog. According to Dr Andrew Thompson, of Cambridge University, Devonshire’s career illustrates the importance of connection and tact for political success.
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