A cache of recently discovered letters darkens the British naval warrior's honor and enhances that of his long-suffering wife, Frances
February 2004 | By Michael Ryan
In a new book, a British journalist documents the day-by-day march into conflict in Iraq
October 2003 | By Peter Stothard
In the 1970s, British accountant Alfred Wainwright linked back roads, rights-of-way and ancient footpaths to blaze a beguiling trail across the sceptered isle
September 2003 | By Michael Parfit
Four centuries after her death, Good Queen Bess still draws crowds. A regal rash of exhibitions and books examines her life anew.
June 2003 | By Doug Stewart
Visit some of England's most interesting country manors, with their lovely gardens, and even a splendid medieval castle.
February 01, 2001 | By Smithsonian magazine