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Archive of posts published in the tag: history

Change in sight?

The thought of a popular revolution in the twenty-first century evokes images of carnage and…

Gender Inequality through the Ages

The concept of gender is one that has changed a lot since the dawn of…

Why Go to Geneva?

Great for School Trips Hugging the banks of Lake Geneva, this beautiful city is surrounded…

Should I Read… ‘Bring Up The Bodies’ by Hilary Mantel?

Bring Up The Bodies is the second book in Hilary Mantel’s award-winning historical series which…

Religion? Maybe not…

Of course this is a sensitive topic and I do not wish to be a Richard Dawkins assaulting…

Who cares about finding X anyway?

I spend a lot of my time watching television programmes I frankly can’t stand. And it…

Should I read… Child 44?

Anyone who has graced the AQA exam board for history even by the end of…

Poetry of the week – things past

Silent Witness In the caves of mirthless night A solemn streetlight stands alone As petty…

Egypt and democracy: a brief history

Essentially a country ruled by installed presidents that act similarly to dictators, and who are strangely…