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INSPIRING YOUNG HISTORIANS

I am new to your magazine and I would love to say how great it is!! In class, we were recently discussing the suffragette movement and in issue 55 there was tons!

For our mini exam, we had to discuss whether Emily Davison meant to kill herself and you had an article about it, so I showed Miss and she asked to photocopy it! Sadly, she lost it and I only got it back today with a few rips and bends, but I got it!! I get so many notes from this and I like to cut out pages to expand my wall of knowledge. I normally write notes on blank pieces of paper and put them on my wall, but recently I have been collecting old newspaper articles and putting them up. I am very proud of it and tend to show it off, and it’s all because of you guys, really. Thank you!

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In this month's issue… Everything you ever wanted to know about castles The complete story of the greatest emblem of the medieval age: how they evolved from simple forts into impregnable bastions, how they were built without modern machinery and how you could break into one. Plus: the Women's Liberation Movement; the peasant who became Japan's second great unifier; top 10 ancient board games; the football match that sparked a war; and a graphic guide to London Zoo's most famous residents.