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  1. 18th Century London - its daily life and hazards.
  2. Sin city: One in five women in 1700s London were prostitutes
  3. The French Fuhrer: Napoleon was as barbaric as Hitler, claims historian
  5. Old London Bridge, 1209-1831
  6. The Black Death
  7. Greatest Empire Ever
  8. The Blitz, 1940/1941.
  9. How the world's first tanks - in WWI - were death traps mired in mud
  10. 20 Quite Interesting Historical Facts
  11. The Battle of Britain. Was it won by the Royal Navy?
  12. Oliver Cromwell
  13. The wives who went to war
  14. The botched execution of Margaret, Countess of Salisbury
  15. The horrors of the London slum of St Giles's - nicknamed "Old Nichol"
  16. Come on over, Fritz! WWI British soldier's hidden diary reveals amazing trench truces
  17. Medieval Worst Jobs
  18. Old guns
  19. The Jacobite Rebellion.
  20. The Triple Tree
  21. The Best World War Two Poems Ever
  22. WWI soldier's 90-year-old letter gives horrific account of Christmas in the trenches
  23. Great Fire of London, 1666
  24. Erwin Rommel
  25. The REAL Jack Sparrow: He would have eaten Johnny Depp for breakfast
  26. Oliver Cromwell: The father of our democracy or a war criminal?
  27. British inventions that foreigners have taken credit for.
  28. Online slave records help black Britons trace their past
  29. 70 years on, the horror of the German bombing of Britain is revealed
  30. The Mummy Returns: archaeologists discover remains of Egypt's first female pharaoh
  31. The Bloody Code.
  32. How the Great War still impacts on us today
  33. 13,000 year old cave painting of a mammoth is discovered in Britain
  34. Famous British battles.
  35. Stuffed peacock, fake snow and lashings of dancing girls - it's a Tudor Christmas
  36. Tyburn
  37. The exhumation of King Arthur's body
  38. A time traveller's guide to Victorian Britain
  39. Canadian independence?
  40. How the Tudors and Victorians celebrated Christmas
  41. Remembrance Day
  42. Roman road trip
  43. Walking with Boudicca (part two of history travel series)
  44. Terrible Tudors, Vile Victorians
  45. Napoleon lived like an emperor on Elba
  46. Bedlam: London and its mad
  47. Workhouse of horrors: How this medieval hell exists within living memory
  48. With three films being made about 1066, the bloody truth about the Norman invasion...
  49. The horrors of Newgate Gaol
  50. The Pendle Witches, 1612
  51. The Luddites
  52. Search on for 'lost' battlefields of England
  53. Wreck of Captain Cook's Endeavour found.
  54. The Red Dragon - Y Ddraig Goch
  55. The London Gin Craze.
  56. Three Roman Slave Rebellions
  57. Shakespeare's grave concerns led to witty warning on headstone
  58. King size! Henry VIII's extraordinary vital statistics
  59. Celts and Vikings possibly fought against Anglo-Saxons
  60. F-35 JSF. Canada's new jet?
  61. Empress Maud Matilda: the "forgotten" 12th Century English Civil War
  62. Medieval inns and taverns
  63. Time traveller's guide to Tudor England
  64. The never before seen colour photographs of the bloody battle of Passchendaele
  65. Viking Age 793 A.D - 1066 A.D
  66. Decapitated bodies in Roman mass grave found on Olympic Highway route
  67. Londoners' tormented skeletons give up secrets from the grave
  68. Jack Sheppard: Escaping from prison was child's play
  69. Why does the weasel go pop? - the secret meaning of our best-loved nursery rhymes
  70. Did Boudicca's curse cause 6000 of Rome's fiercest warriors to vanish without trace?
  71. The Whitechapel Murders
  72. Man drunk on mouthwash caught going down on sister
  73. Were Queen Victoria and Prince Albert both illegitimate?
  74. The Napoleonic Wars and the Hartlepool Monkey
  75. The English, not the Celts, are the true ocupants of Britain
  76. Scottish history is riddled with myth and falsehood, says eminent historian
  77. Was this the waistcoat that Charles I was wearing when he was beheaded?
  78. Erwin Rommel
  79. Ned Kelly's home-made armour put on display as archaeologists find his grave
  80. Locked in time... the 400-year-old mummies (and one little girl)
  81. Was King Henry V our greatest ever monarch?
  82. Where History Happened: The Norman Conquest
  83. Images from history: Rarely seen photographs bring 1800s London back to life
  84. Arsenic, the Victorian Viagra that poisoned Britain
  85. 1895 school exam, are we dumb?
  86. Pierre Elliot Trudeau Love or Hated Him ?
  87. Worst Canadian
  88. Greatest human invention of all time?
  89. Apollo 1 Disaster
  90. Where History Happened: The Norman Conquest
  91. Divers accidentally discover 18th Century shipwreck.
  92. Nazi war mascot was Jewish
  93. Amazing 100 year old colour photos
  94. New exhibits portray Jamestown colonists as killers and rapists
  95. Genghis Khan: The daddy of all lovers
  96. Roman History - ancient history
  97. The antique chair that gives an eye-popping insight into Edward VII's debauched youth
  98. Revealed after 3000 years: the face of King Tutankhamun
  99. Celts come mainly from Spain
  100. The "Sweating Sickness" or "English Sweat"
  101. Lincoln Cathedral, the world's tallest building, circa 1300-1549
  102. Robin Hood - fact or fiction?
  103. Where History Happened: The Black Death, 1348/49
  104. Frank Slide
  105. The execution of Charles I and the abolition of the monarchy
  106. George Mallory, First to climb Everest?
  107. Remains of Shakespeare's first Globe Theatre unearthed in Shoreditch, East London
  108. Scientists prove Shakespeare wrote 'missing' play
  109. English ashamed of our Anglo-Saxon past??
  110. Easter Uprising: In the end it beat the British
  111. Flight 19 (1945)
  112. History Quiz
  113. Medieval English society
  114. Is Boadicea buried at a McDonald's?
  115. A new diary reveals the truth about life on board the first ships for Australia
  116. Aboriginals and the Canadian Military
  117. Update on Micheal Jackson
  118. Choosing sides in the English Civil War
  119. "Hurlers" stone circle may have been built to mirror Orion's belt
  120. Revealed: The REAL Sweeney Todd
  121. >> Magic Roman & Greek ruins in Libya <<
  122. A Gun! A gun! My kingdom for a gun
  123. Could the British burial ground of Sioux warrior have been found?
  124. DNA tests on Princes in the Tower
  125. Immerse youtself in Hogarthian London
  126. Oka Crisis the first of mny bloody battles
  127. Rare footage of WWI Gallipoli battle unearthed
  128. 10,000 Roman coins unearthed by amateur metal detector enthusiast
  129. Further Explanations for Ancient Flood Myth
  130. Viking Empire and Battles 570-1263
  131. Louis Riel
  132. Where history happened: The Restoration (1660)
  133. The King and his castle: how Henry II rebuilt his reputation
  134. World War II: The Holocaust
  135. Israeli murderous response to Munich
  136. Evacuating wartime London
  137. Boadicea's gold found: Buried hoard dating back to era of warrior queen
  138. Remembrance day forgotten
  139. WWII: The RAF did target German civilians, but was RIGHT to do so
  140. The Spanish Armada
  141. River Thames frost fairs
  142. Heritage: Tell us about your roots
  143. Want to lose weight? Use goose grease and turpentine says 17th century guide
  144. The murder of Thomas Becket, 1170
  145. What do you think came first?
  146. The NAZI relative that the Royals disowned
  147. The Legacy of Pierre Trudeau
  148. 8 lost nukes.
  149. Historical and interesting photos
  150. Battle of Trafalgar log offers insight into Nelson's victory
  151. John Rykener, the 14th Century transvestite
  152. Letters from the Blitz: Memoirs from the War's darkest days
  153. Accident or foreign terrorism? The untold story of the Great Fire of London
  154. Our worst monarch? Britain's spoilt for choice...
  155. Buried side by side, the Roundheads who fell victim to a terrible siege
  156. He beheaded Blackbeard and hanged cut-throats... the life of Woodes Rogers
  157. The founding fathers of Australia: The story of convicts shipped to the New World
  158. World War II as a Blitz of Colour
  159. Remains of British soldier who died in Anglo-Zulu War identified after 130 years
  160. Where History Happened: The Gunpowder Plot
  161. The ball and chain that may have condemned a 17th century prisoner to a watery grave
  162. Early British kingdoms
  163. The real pirate of the Caribbean.
  164. Viking History: One of the Greatest Times in History
  165. Meet Your Masters
  166. Laissez-faire and the Victorians
  167. The 1688 invasion of Britain that's been erased from history
  168. The bizarre 'safe cures' of 19th Century that 'work like magic'
  169. America : Most dysfunctional "Democracy"
  170. Pictured: The amazing catacombs full of mummified monks
  171. Seven wonders made by man.
  172. Revealed: What 'devilishly handsome' highwayman Dick Turpin REALLY looked like
  173. Asking the 20th Century's oldest philosophical question
  174. Berwick-upon-Tweed and its war with Russia.
  175. Boudica: a queen in search of a husband
  176. Deadliest Conflict in History: Taiping Rebellion
  177. Scientists find ancient Mexican civilisation sacrificed children
  178. Where History Happened: The Anarchy
  179. Trudeau exaggerated FLQ crisis
  180. Tilly La Campagne - A forgotten Canadian Battle
  181. Worldwide quest to find heir to the throne - if 1066 had not happened
  182. The Resurrection Men
  183. Discovered: 'New' poem from Shakespeare dedicated to Elizabeth I
  184. The home of Rome's legendary Ninth Legion is found in Yorkshire
  185. Somme survivor's diary emerges after 91 years
  186. Report shows that most young children are proud of Britain's history
  187. Why America Dropped the Bomb
  188. Who was the greatest leader in the history of humanity?
  189. King Herod's tomb is "discovered" by archaeologists
  190. She's aged well: Face of incredibly preserved 700-year-old Chinese mummy
  191. Sinkiang, northwestern Chinese autonomous region
  192. Surely you jest!
  193. Cryptic signatures that ‘prove Shakespeare was a secret Catholic’
  194. Viking Ring Castles: Hill forts same as Maori Pa
  195. The men working days and knights
  196. The Charge of Light Brigade boy who rode into the jaws of death and lived
  197. Decoded Roger Morrice diary reveals dark days of 17th Century England
  198. Roman sarcophagi discovered in Newcastle, 1,800 years after they were sealed
  199. The 18th century dentist's guide to 'a brilliant smile'
  200. History of the Canadian Empire (Declassified)!
  201. Burnt Church Crisis
  202. The Doctor will saw you now! New exhibition lifts the lid on medicine's gory past
  203. Entering the Greatest Depression in History
  204. Rare 2,000-year-old Roman skeleton found in 6ft lead coffin in Yorkshire
  205. Battle of Mogadishu
  206. Greatest Canadian of the 20th Century
  207. Mystery of the Saxon 'couple' buried arm in arm not husband and wife, but two MEN
  208. Portraits of famous historical figures ... starring their modern-day descendants
  209. Cornwallis Surrenders This Date - 1781
  210. Mistresses on the make, and murder. We can't get enough of the Terrible Tudors
  211. Britain's first Blitz: not 1940/41 but 1915
  212. Bomber Harris thought the Dambusters' attacks on Germany 'achieved nothing'
  213. Work starts in Portsmouth on £36m Mary Rose museum
  214. The Bankers Manifesto 1892
  215. 'Lady Godiva' rides again...in Oxford
  216. How Britain planned to rain death on the Nazis with poisoned sewing machine needles
  217. Where history happened: The Wars of the Roses
  218. Where History Happened: The War on Witches
  219. The Great Stink
  220. Viking Battle at Svolder
  221. El Arish Massacre, and Attack on U.S.S Liberty
  222. Britain's Roman brothel where dozens of unwanted babies were killed
  223. How the moustache won an empire
  224. Anglo-Saxons had same gods as Vikings
  225. Was this the real-life Gladiator?
  226. Dick Turpin.
  227. Haggis was invented by the English but hijacked by Scottish nationalists
  228. Che Guevara
  229. Did the Bush Administration deceive Americans into supporting the Iraq war?
  230. The New Testament Forged Origins
  231. Tihuanaco and Mars
  232. Surnames that reveal pirate ancestry
  233. Prince of Darkness: The truth about Thomas Cromwell
  234. Royal mistress Nell Gwyn's expenses would shame our MPs but she was worth every penny
  235. Survivors' tales of the Great War, 90 years on
  236. Tall ships mark 400th anniversary of first English settlement in America
  237. Row of ancient stones found in Dartmoor ‘are older than Stonehenge’
  238. Haul of ancient Roman artefacts found in London well stuns experts
  239. Bank of Canada
  240. Israel practicing apartheid and colonialism
  241. Guy Fawkes
  242. Invitation to Charles II's 1661 coronation to be auctioned
  243. The Eight Worst Mistakes Made by the Allies in WWII
  244. Jomsviking: Pagan mercenary army from 900s-1000s
  245. The secrets, loves and scandals of the Royal Family are laid bare
  246. The day the cruellest captain in the Royal Navy pushed his suffering crew too far
  247. What has Hollywood done to Robin Hood?
  248. Founder of Islam, Mohammad, was a Pedophile
  249. Revealed: The macabre face casts of notorious Scottish murderers Burke and Hare
  250. Amateur treasure hunter finds £25,000 Anglo-Saxon bejewelled cross