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It is the enigma of the executioner – we may never know the identity of the man who chopped off Charles I’s head. This article was first published in the December 2015 issue of History Revealed
CRIME SPECIAL – the 50 most infamous villains of all time, the history of crime and punishment in Britain and the epic voyage of the First Fleet. Plus: the attack on Pearl Harbor, Samuel Pepys, the Pony Express, Sutton Hoo, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Spanish Inquisition, Battle of Naseby and much more!
On 7 April 1739, Dick Turpin’s life was snuffed out at the end of the rope – but his legend was only beginning... This article was first published in the April 2015 issue of History Revealed 
Pat Kinsella explores the life of the pirate who earned a centuries-spanning reputation as the most dastardly sea-devil of them all, but who may have been one of the kindest – or rather, less villainous…  This article was first published in the February 2015 issue of History Revealed
The quest for the Holy Grail has obsessed everyone from medieval poets and crusading knights to modern churchmen, historians, archaeologists, filmmakers, novelists and Nazi leaders – yet we don’t know what it looks like, or even whether it exists at all… This article was first published in the October 2015 issue of History Revealed
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Do you believe in the mummy’s curse? Did King Tut punish those who disturbed his resting place? This History Revealed article was first published in February 2014
Dr Miles Russell reveals the story of the most gruesome spectator sports from the Roman period, from the first-ever races to the final battles... This article was first published in the July 2014 issue of History Revealed
The Roman conquest of Britain, Joseph Stalin, the richest people from history, the Black Death, Wright Brothers take to the skies, the Abdication Crisis, Prohibition, sinking of the Lusitania, around the world with Nellie Bly, Crown Jewels, the Boston Tea Party, East India Company and much more…
History Revealed asks historian and writer Jessie Childs what it is about the Tudors that still capture our imaginations... This article was first published in March 2014.
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For as long as they’ve been speaking, human beings have been singing and making music... This article was first published in the November 2015 issue of History Revealed
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