Medicine in Elizabethan times was all too likely to kill the patient, author SW Perry tells Historia. But it wasn’t necessarily the doctors’ fault. Most of what they believed about curing diseases and healing injuries was based on theories which were spectacularly wrong.
Author Ruadh Butler writes about the Norman invasion of Ireland on its 850th anniversary
Historia talks to Richard Foreman about about the HWA and Sharpe Books Unpublished Novel Award
The HWA Dorothy Dunnett Short Story Competition for 2019
“Have you forgotten yet?” (Aftermath, Siegfried Sassoon) Even before the guns fell silent across the Western Front a century ago, staff at the Michelin Touring Office in London were busy preparing guidebooks for motorists intending to go see the trenches for themselves (see images above and below). By the early 1920s battlefield tourism had become big […]