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Time Capsule: 1893

Snapshots of the world from one year in the past


In a plot twist that shocked the nation, Arthur Conan Doyle chose December 1893 to put an end to beloved detective Sherlock Holmes, In a story called e Final Problem, published in e Strand magazine, Holmes chases criminal mastermind Professor James Moriarty across Europe to the Reichenbach Falls; in the struggle that ensues, both seemingly fall to their deaths. Doyle wanted to move on from 221B Baker Street to focus on more serious literary projects, but the public outcry was so great that he was persuaded to resurrect Holmes, and he went go on to pen more than 20 additional short stories featuring the deerstalker-wearing sleuth.

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At the dawn of the second century BC, two titans of the ancient world went to war: Macedon, the pre-eminent power of Ancient Greece, and Rome, then still an upstart republic. This is the complete story of a war that defined antiquity, where phalanx clashed with legion. Plus: Protest and turmoil ripples around the world in 1968; the split loyalties of Thomas More, the accident that made Frida Kahlo an artist, a glimpse inside the Titanic & more.