In the latest issue you can travel back 75 years to D-Day, when allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy to begin the liberation of Europe and the final stages of World War II. Discover the opulence of Opet – one of Egypt’s most colourful festivals, find out who murdered the Iceman, Otzi, the 5,300-year-old mummy found on an Alpine glacier who did not die from natural causes, and learn how Roman real estate baron Marcus Licinius Crassus used his wealth to share the political stage with his rival Pompey the Great and protégé Julius Caesar.
National Geographic History
Inside this issue of National Geographic History:
- Travel back to D-Day
- Opulence of Opet
- Marcus Licinius Crassus and his wealth
- Who murdered the Iceman?
- 5300-year-old mummy found on an Alpine Glacier