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Since the announcement last year that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are to marry in May there has been much excitement and anticipation, with any number of news stories about the forthcoming wedding and speculation about virtually every aspect of it. Excitement about royal weddings is not a new phenomenon, and documents at The National […]
The National Archives education team’s film of the month highlights a Pathé film relating to current events, anniversaries or key topics that you may be covering in the classroom. This month’s clip is an extract from a longer compilation of…
This webinar was delivered on 22 September 2016 by Dr Sean Cunningham. Sean is Head of the medieval and early modern team. His has published a number of articles on the Tudors, most recently a best-selling book on Henry’s brother,…