SOURCE: NY Times
As in past seasons, the latest installment of Netflix’s show about the life and times of Queen Elizabeth II melds fact and fiction. Here’s how The Times covered events depicted this season.
SOURCE: Washington Post
In keeping with the show’s gripping use of history to personalize the queen and other royals, the episode exposes rumors and fears of betrayal among British government officials and leaders, including Winston Churchill.
by Georgie Blalock
The more details people craved about the Princess, the more the press found ways to provide them, revealing both the good and bad about Princess Margaret's life and fame.
by Seán Williams
This year historians, tourists, and a fair few locals will be celebrating in Schloss Roseau. Why?
by Anna Pasternak
Wallis Simpson has become a caricature of villainous womanhood. This Women’s History Month, let's revisit and uncover her real history.
Historian Lucy Worsley on Royal Weddings, Queen Victoria and the 'Big Mistake' People Make About the Past
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