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BBC History Magazine
BBC History Magazine is a UK publication with a focus on history with coverage that it is international in scope. BBC History Magazine was launched in 2000 and is published 13 times per year. The magazine is currently the leading history magazine in Great Britain.
In BBC History Magazine, you will find feature articles on historical figures, major trends in history, discussions of battles, reviews of books that chronicle historical events, and people, discussions of exhibitions and news on upcoming museum shows and historical happenings.
Articles in recent issues of BBC History Magazine include a profile of Ptolemy, the early geographer, a discussion of the invasion of Madagascar led by British forces, a look at the early Vikings and where they traveled, and a feature on Olympic competitors who became known for other accomplishments. You will also find a discussion by Sarah Gristwood of the War of Roses and women of note during that time, and an examination by George Hull on the practice of nudism in Germany in the 19th and 20th centuries.
An exhibit called Bronze which opened at the Royal Academy of Arts, is discussed in a recent issue. The exhibition brings 150 bronzes from all over Europe, Asia and Africa together in celebration of the use of bronze as a medium for art and sculpture. Some of the bronze art pieces in the exhibit are artifacts from 3700 BC. The Bronze museum show also provides visitors with an understanding of how bronze models are made.
Also in BBC History Magazine are discussions accompanied by stunning photos of historical locations worth a visit. There are articles on castles, Scottish aristocratic homes, museums, and forts and other historical sites. Subscribe to BBC History Magazine today for the best feature stories, photographs, and articles on history around the world.