The rise of Apple with the Mac, iPhone and iPad has changed our world and how we interact with technology on a daily basis, but that’s nothing compared to the revolutionaries detailed in the first issue of All About History, launched today.
Issue 1 of All About History, a new monthly magazine from the makers of How It Works and All About Space, has 17 pages dedicated to the history of revolutions spanning both time and the globe.
From Boudica leading the Britons against Rome to Mao Zedong establishing the People’s Republic of China, the impact of Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Jony Ive rather pales in comparison despite the impact our favourite Apple products have had on our lives.
Find out how 20 million people died during the Taiping Rebellion and how bake the staple food of the Russian Revolution, Russian black bread.
What’s more you can find out about one of the icons of the Industrial Revolution, the Steve Jobs of his day, Isambard Kingdom Brunel. All About History energises a huge range of topics across the entire spectrum of world history, from ancient civilisation to the cold war and beyond.
This exciting new magazine launches 27 June for £3.99 and can be found in all good newsagents, from imagineshop.co.uk and from Greatdigitalmags.com for digital platforms. What’s more you can get a daily fix of history from HistoryAnswers.co.uk