The staff of History Today pick their favourite articles of the past year.
A selection of our favourite articles from the past year.
Reparations paid by the Chinese to the US following the Boxer Rebellion were used to open Tsinghua University in Beijing on 11 April, 1911.
American poet Walt Whitman died on March 26th, 1892 after completing his masterpiece, Leaves of Grass, a year earlier.
A major conflict in the Chilean War of Independence was fought on 12 February 1817.
The Byzantine Empire's ban on the veneration of icons died with its last iconoclast emperor on January 20th, 842.
The Austrian attraction was located in an unused train station with artificial snow made from soft drinks.
The true story behind the much-mythologised ship and its vanished crew.
A report from the Imperial War Museum's seminar on the anniversary of the liberation of the Bergen-Belsen camp in April 1945.
Literary brands, delineated characters and franchises have existed since ancient times. Why is the continuation novel enjoying a golden moment now?