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By Jonathan Healey
Posted 30th October 2017, 16:45
The 17th century was not as violent and brutal as is often perceived. Though punishments could be harsh, they took place within a largely peaceful society.
By Julie Peakman
Posted 30th October 2017, 0:00
Oral history breathes fresh life into a deadly battle of the Second World War.
By Rhys Griffiths
Posted 24th October 2017, 9:00
Exploring the history of the Korean peninsula beyond the north-south divide.
By Daniel Renshaw
Posted 24th October 2017, 0:00
The division of migrants into those who are of benefit to British society and those who are not has a long history.
By Joseph Kaifala
Posted 9th October 2017, 13:26
Was the new king of Sierra Leone poisoned on his return voyage from England?
By Justin & Stephanie Pollard
Posted 4th October 2017, 0:58
4 October 1896 - 4 October 1964.
By Robert Johnson
Posted 30th September 2017, 11:53
European powers sought to colonise the world. They could not do so without the support of indigenous peoples.
By History Today
Posted 28th September 2017, 14:05
Everything you need to know about entering this year's prize.
By Oscar Webber
Posted 26th September 2017, 14:55
In the wake of Hurricane Irma we are reminded that the effects of natural disasters are never entirely natural.
By Morgane Guinard
Posted 26th September 2017, 11:20
A French priest’s shocking attack on religion called for the fall of altars and the heads of kings.