1066 Wasn’t All That How does the past become history? These interviews explore what different kinds of evidence can tell us about the past.

January 27, 2014  

How did Royalists cope following the defeat of their cause in the British Civil War? What made it into their letters, diaries and scrapbooks? And how did they prevent their letters from giving the recipients smallpox? Plus forged passports, suspiciously tired horses, and why a good camera can be a historian's best friend.

Robbie Rudge is a PhD student in History at the University of Nottingham. For more on his topic visit the 1066 blog.
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