Manchester Historian

Student newspaper for the University of Manchester's History Department

Sunday 28th May 2017 | Manchester, UK

Lucy Wickham

ISIL and their Impact on History

ISIL and their Impact on History

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) burst onto the international scene in 2014 when they seized large swathes of land in Iraq and Syria. In June 2014, More »

2014-2016 Venezuelan Political Struggles

2014-2016 Venezuelan Political Struggles

On 1st September 2016, 1,000,000 people marched on Caracas in the largest demonstration in Venezuelan history. You might ask why, but the answer depends upon who you ask. The protests More »

9/11

9/11

Have you ever done an internet search for ‘terrorist attacks since 9/11? I suspect not. But if you did, as I have to write this piece, you’d be astounded at More »

EU Referendum

EU Referendum

The local and mayoral elections a few weeks ago have been suggested by some commentators to be somewhat a ‘non-event’. The really exciting part of the political year arrives on More »

St. Valentine's Day Massacre

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

Known as the bloodiest day in mob history, the 14th February 1929 will forever be known as the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. Seven members of the North Side Irish gang More »