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Is there any historical veracity behind the Biblical story? 
Historian Nick Lloyd explains the ways in which the Battle of Passchendaele has been misunderstood, and how it helped to turn the odds in the Allies’ favour  
From donkey rides to the deck chair, discover the history of our summer holiday staples
The Great Escape at Dunkirk, Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites, The Partition of India, Top Ten Biggest Mistakes, ‘Lucky’ Leif Ericson, Battlefield: Blenheim, Death of Elvis Presley, the opening of the Louvre, and more!
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Meet the Regency era's most eligible bachelors
Celebrate the announcement of the thirteenth doctor with our time-bending timeline of the show First printed in the November 2016 issue of History Revealed
Napoleon, Top 10 Greatest Partnerships, The Troubles, Ancient Sparta, Jane Austen, and much more!
  As the Black Death rampaged through 14th century Europe, people began to turn on their Jewish neighbours.  Words: Stephanie Brown.
In history, there are rarely any clear answers. It’s up to us to piece together what evidence we have to draw the most likely conclusions about objects, events and people - but sometimes even video footage can’t be trusted...
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