The History Issue

The History Issue

The Iron Lady: Margaret Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher died today at the age of 87 after suffering from dementia for some time. To commemorate her memory we've unearthed a Thatcher-portrait series we published a few years ago. It's fair to say she looked the most dignified when she was...
VICE Staff
4.8.13
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Oh What a Paradise It Seems

Photos by Roe Ethridge; Styling by Annette Lamothe-Ramos and Mordechai Rubinstein
Roe Ethridge, Andy Spade
5.3.08
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X'ed

Photos by Jonathan Black, Brandon Herman, David Titlow, Carolina Manaigo, Ben Ritter, Ed Zipco, Alex Sturrock, and Jamie Warren
Jonathan Black, Brandon Herman, and More
5.3.08
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Vice Fashion - Berlin Punks Look Back And Laugh

Over the last 10 years Berlin's punks have all but disappeared from the city's streets.
Photos: Christoph Voy; Co-ordination: Tom Littlewood
5.2.08
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More Chinese Body Shots

As a Sunday afternoon bonus, here are a few more shots taken at the body-part wing of the Beijing Natural History Museum.
David Feinberg
5.2.08
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England Is The Place For Me

While certain rock stars with surnames that rhyme with "dagger" were making pained efforts to be seen to be hip on the 60s scene in London, Val Wilmer was living in the calypso, jazz and highlife alternative.
Bruno Bayley
5.2.08
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David Wallechinsky Is A Human Encyclopedia

A longtime reader of this magazine (such as yourself) already knows about David Wallechinsky because you read the People's Lists feature in every issue.
June Sprig
5.2.08
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Zinn And The Art Of History Maintenance

Though not quite yet a household name, as historians and public intellectuals go, Howard Zinn has in the last few years become increasingly present in the public eye (whatever that is).
Robert Birnbaum
5.2.08
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Sammy Devil Jr.

If nobody else is willing to say this out loud, I'll step up to the plate. Barack Obama is totally ripping off Sammy Davis Jr.
Jake Austen
5.2.08
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American Eros

We started out that morning from an 18th-century graveyard adjacent to Wharton State Forest in the Pine Barrens of southern New Jersey and made our way northward up the sandy trails that run through the oak and pine forest on the southwest edge of the...
Lord Whimsy
5.2.08
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Master Of Minutia

You've probably never heard of Martin Monestier, but he is literally one of the best people ever.
Mathieu Berenholc; Translation: Pauline Eiferman
5.2.08
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Raw China

When I first moved into the neighborhood I took a walk with my friend who's an old China hand and helped me find an apartment.
Jocko Weyland
5.2.08