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We know him for his over-indulgence, his lifelong obsession with siring a son and his six wives, but there is so much more to the Tudor King than that.
Our big story…
The larger-than-life Henry VIII is arguably England’s most famous monarch, yet he was the second son and was never meant to be King.
PLUS… THE SIX WIVES OF HENRY VIII
He was one of 16th-century Europe’s most prolific husbands, but how did Henry III really feel about the women who shared the royal bed?
Also inside the issue…
MARILYN MONROE: SOMETHING’S GOT TO GIVE
The ultimate blonde bombshell, Marilyn Monroe radiated glamour, sex appeal and beauty, yet her all-too-brief life was marred by misery and abuse
REMEMBER THE ALAMO!
The doomed defence of the Alamo has come to symbolise courage and sacrifice for the cause of liberty and freedom, a heroic struggle against impossible odds.
A JOURNEY THROUGH SPACE AND TIME
Astronomy aims to understand our infinite and ever-expanding Universe. The first natural science has come a long way so far…
Letter C in History Revealed’s A-Z of History
What was pigging? And other fascinating questions answered in Q&A
Cambodia’s killing fields under the tyrannical Pol Pot
Nell Gwyn and Charles II
Scott’s last expedition
The Eiffel Tower
Dr Livingstone’s travels through Africa
Hitler’s diaries and a chess-playing machine – the top 10 hoaxes in history
How to visit… landscape gardens