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January 2018
Joyce Tyldesley explores Nefertiti, offering a new view on the real woman behind the Egyptian legend
Meanwhile, Guy de la Bédoyere reveals why Julius Caesar launched two failed invations of Britain
In our feature on Spanish Flu, Robert Hume considers the British response to the global pandemic that struck in 1918
Elsewhere, Allen Packwood chronicles Winston Churchill's battle to keep Britain in the war in the spring of 1940

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