Our Annual 2013 digital edition brings together our most loved stories from the past year. Each one featured here showcases what Inside History magazine is all about — engaging, inspiring articles, with practical tips to help social and family historians, all presented with beautiful images of the highest quality possible.
Travel back in time with Inside History. Our Annual 2013 edition is out now – read our favourite stories from the year, all in one issue! Our Annual 2013 edition brings together our most loved stories from the past year.
The full feature list for the Annual 2013 digital edition includes:
- Ned Kelly’s secret love
- Proxy marriages in post-war Italy and Australia
- Murray-Darling settlements in the 1800s
- How to find your family in newspapers
- Peter FitzSimons on his book, Ned Kelly
- Tracing Henry Lawson’s footsteps in Sydney
- Irish immigration in the 19th century
- Researching a murder mystery 1830s Iceland with author Hannah Kent
- The secrets to using shipping lists
- A history of bullock and horse-drawn carriages by Powerhouse Museum’s Margaret Simpson
- An interview with Brendan Nelson, director, Australian War Memorial
- Historian Peter Stanley’s research on the first Anzacs to land at Gallipoli
- Exclusive extracts from World War One diaries at the State Library of NSW
- The rise and demise of HMAS Australia
- How a state premier secured the release of a Jewish-Italian migrant interned during WW2
- Heritage hotspots in Western Australia
- Book and app reviews
- The story of one family’s precious photograph
Inside History magazine’s Annual 2013 digital-only edition is a bumper 86 pages and retails for $6.49. Now available worldwide on the Apple and Zinio digital newsstands. Click on the links below to view and purchase for your summer reading. I hope you enjoy some of the best of Inside History magazine from 2013!
- Click here to download our free iPad app and buy our Annual 2013 digital edition for iPad
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We revisit one of our most popular stories of the year — Ned Kelly’s secret love. Hear from a descendant of the woman in the spotlight and read how he’s pieced together the incredible story. Then, author Peter FitzSimons talks about his new book on the bushranger, and what it’s like to write about an icon. We also look at the importance of the Murray-Darling river system, and the stories that have survived. We visit Italy to look at a proxy marriage between an Italian bride and an Aussie groom.
We trace poet Henry Lawson’s footsteps as a young man in Sydney, and look at Irish immigration in the 1800s. As the centenary of World War One approaches, read about the first men who landed on Gallipoli that fateful day. What historian Professor Peter Stanley has discovered will surprise you. Then we look at the amazing diaries of servicemen and women who survived the war, with exclusive extracts from the diary collection at the State Library of NSW. On a lighter note, we visit the heritage hotspots of Western Australia, look at the history of carriages, and offer tips on searching passenger lists from the 19th century.
All this and much more. Click on the images below for more on some of the stories.