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Professor Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the nature of warfare in Ancient Greece and Rome
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Mr Heffer has produced a monumental second volume on Henry ‘Chips’ Channon to match his first
Professor Jeremy Black on how Britain, France and the Ottoman Empire found themselves fighting together in the Crimea
Why do men with questionable histories want to work with vulnerable women?
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