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Dante's Inferno. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
It is a raucous night out filled with revelry, debauchery and most likely booze, but where does the phrase come from? History Revealed magazine investigates...
Chelsea Pensioners at the Pearly Kings & Queens Harvest Festival
In the 18th century, you could get strung up for all sorts of things…
Queen Victoria is one of the most written-about women in history. But here are five facts about the famous monarch that might have slipped under your radar...
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Napoleon Bonaparte
After Napoleon I, Emperor of France, was defeated at Waterloo, he was banished to a remarkably remote location…
Group Captain James Stagg
The morning of 6 June has gone down as perhaps the defining moment of World War II in Europe. A mass invasion was successfully launched that would end in the defeat of Hitler and the Nazi army, and it all started on D-Day
The Trojan Horse was portrayed in the 2004 film Troy © Mg1408 |
The phrase is used to warn against possible deception by an adversary, but where does it originate?
Nero statue in Anzio, Italy | © Roberto Lucci |
The fifth Roman Emperor is among the most despised figures from history for his horrific cruelty to early Christians and, as the legend goes, for playing the fiddle while Rome was consumed by fire
T E Lawrence in British Army uniform, 1918
History Revealed magazine looks back at Thomas Edward Lawrence, better known as 'Lawrence of Arabia', the British World War I soldier who was instrumental in the Arab Revolt...
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