The finished Menin Gate memorial, unveiled on 24 July 1927, recorded 54,896 British and imperial soldiers who died at Ypres between 1914 and 1918, and whose bodies were lost.
An account of the sex lives of European intellectuals is full of gossip – and as shallow as the society pages.
In January 1848, in the Sicilian city of Palermo, the streets began to fill with crowds. From here, revolutionary sparks flew to almost all of Europe’s cities.
Where relations between Armenia and Turkey are concerned, the 11th century never ended.
Thousands of Indigenous Americans travelled to Europe – voluntarily or involuntarily – from as early as the 1490s.
History of the Adriatic: A Sea and its Civilization by Egidio Ivetic explores the Mediterranean within the Mediterranean as a single historical space.
Who are Europe’s indigenous Muslims?
Often cast as subversive and seditious, despite the interventions of monarchs and governments the guilds of the Middle Ages have endured.
Four historians consider whether the continent that gave the world the nation state still remains in its thrall.
The Kalmar Union between Denmark, Norway and Sweden came to an end on 6 June 1523.