Monthly Archives: November 2016

How History’s Lookalikes Helped Win The War

Growing up, I always had a great fondness for war movies, particularly those surrounding the Second World War. Of the many that I saw, one sticks in my mind a little longer than others. I Was Monty’s Double told the … Continue reading

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Suffragettes: The ‘madness’ of revolting women…

    As America prepares to head for the polls to decide whether to elect its first female president, it’s worth noting how far women have come in terms of achieving a political voice. I’m pleased to welcome author Lucienne … Continue reading

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