BBC History Magazine is Britain’s biggest selling history title with a highly engaged and loyal audience. It brings history to life with informative, lively and entertaining features written by the world’s leading historians and journalists. Whether it is the grand history of politics and institutions or the fascinating stories of our private lives through the ages, BBC History Magazine sheds new light on the past and helps us makes more sense of today’s world.
In our new issue AJ Pollard reveals how the Yorkist king Edward IV almost brought the Wars of the Roses to an end.
Meanwhile Joanne Paul examines Thomas More, one of the most controversial figures of the Tudor era.
Elsewhere in the magazine Nick Hewitt argues that the battle of Jutland played a decisive role in Britain’s First World War triumph, and James Holland recalls a little-known, but crucial, Allied victory against Japan in the Second World War.
Meanwhile Richard Sugg explores the sinister world of 19th-century fairies andSpencer Mizen picks out some of history’s most curious undergarments.
PLUS the May 16 issue comes with a free Richard III magazine worth £9.99!
The collectors edition gives the full story of the King under the car park. Experts views on the amazing discovery of the King’s remains, how Richard seized the throne and his continuing legend.