When ‘enchanted’ seamstress Bridget Cleary was executed by her own husband, the political shockwaves threw the possibility of Irish Home Rule into question Words: Marian McHugh
Medieval London descended into anarchy when an army of angry citizens rose up against the ruling elite This feature first appeared in the April 2017 issue of History Revealed
Beyond the dusty streets at high noon, clinking of spurs, Stetsons, tin stars and calls of "DRAW!" in Hollywood westerns, here the real gunfights that made this lawless time so iconic  
Billy the Kid, Chinese Cultural Revolution, the Peasant's Revolt, the Fuhrerbunker, Roundheads vs. Cavaliers, The Trial of Oscar Wilde, Emperor Nero, plus a FREE pull-out mag '50 Discoveries that Shaped History'... and much more!
The mutiny on the Bounty is a much-fabled crime, but what Bligh achieved next is the truly legendary part of the tale, as Pat Kinsella reveals…  
The original versions of these beloved fairytales are seriously disturbing...
Fidel Castro has allegedly survived more attempts on his life than any other politician. His enemies got so desperate, they came up with some very eccentric ways to get rid of him...
Far from being average bears, these cuddly critters have found fame on screen, in literature and even in battle  
How the French Revolution transformed travel
From being blasphemous to sexually explicit, literature can cause quite a stir
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