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Follow an essential signpost to the present from the past with a subscription to History Today magazine.



Every issue is packed with intelligent writing and is a visual and literary feast of well-written features, absorbing analysis and fascinating images.



The world's longest running history monthly, History Today has been published since 1951 and includes fascinating articles and extensive features across all historical periods and from all around the world.



Written by leading scholars and researchers, History Today is a pleasurable read for everyone who has an interest in world history. This beautifully illustrated magazine also comes with extensive book reviews film reviews and website links for you to enjoy.



With a magazine subscription to History Today you will never feel like you have missed out on the past.



As well as your monthly print copies, you also get free access to the digital edition - so you can read it on your tablet or phone.

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Written at a more professional level than some of the more populist magazines. much more informative
Earl Spencer
Earl Spencer loves History Today

History absolutely fascinates me and has been the constant inspiration over the past few decades. There are some magazines out there that focuses very specifically on certain parts of history, but in History today there is a title that really captures a mood and a moment. In my books I like to take one subject and really explore that, and History Today is similar – it could be anything from the Romans to the Tudors. What I also admire is the relevance that’s attached to pieces in terms of how the actions of those in the past affect how we live today. I think any good history lesson and any good history magazine needs that.

Earl Spencer Broadcaster and historian