England and Scotland had been enemies for many centuries but in Tudor times, the two nations were growing closer. History Revealed magazine investigates... This article was first published in April 2014
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A stained glass window depicting St George's defeat of the dragon
Today, England celebrates St George’s Day. But who was he, why is he the patron saint of England, and where did the story of dragon-slaying come from?
Einstein's Relativity formula is one of the most famous scientific equations
On 18 April 1955, the eminent physicist, Nobel-Prize winner, author of the Theory of Relativity, and scruffy-hair enthusiast died at the age of 76
'The War Workers': a cartoon about woman working in munitions factories
How much the war advanced women’s rights has long been open to debate
RMS Titanic departing Southampton on April 10, 1912
In the early hours of 15 April 1912, RMS Titanic sank in the Atlantic Ocean during its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York
Last Roman Emperor, Romulus Augustulus. (Spencer Arnold/Getty Images)
By the later 5th century the Emperor of Rome was a virtually powerless puppet of the barbarian warlords who ruled most of the west. History Revealed magazine investigates...
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Worn on the English football shirt since the team’s very first international game in 1872, the badge bearing three lions might initially seem an odd choice...
The race takes the crews under Hammersmith Bridge in London | © Patrickwang
This Sunday sees the men’s crews of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge meet for the 160th time in the brutal physical challenge, the Boat Race
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