Revolution. The word sends a chill up the most hardened spine. History has seen countless bloody conflicts, most of which resulted in mass losses of life and innocent victims. In this issue, we explore them in all their gruesomeness, to remind ourselves that change never comes without great cost. Check back each Saturday for a new article!
IN THIS ISSUE:
Love Can Be a Revolution: Doctor Zhivago, by Rachel Sexton
Music Makers: Joseph Plunkett and the Irish Easter Rising, by Jessica Prescott
The Origins of a Monster: The Regency Sexual Revolution, by Charity Bishop
Let Them Eat Cake: The Real Marie Antoinette, by Scarlett Grant
The Russian Revolution, by Veronica Leigh
The Dangers of Patriotic Zeal: Taras Bulba, by Rachel Kovaciny
Olympe de Gouges, by Scarlett Grant
Thank you, and please enjoy our historical reflections!