One dark night, miserable silver-tongued Jack, who was full of mischief and trickery, ran into the Devil himself! The Devil told Jack that he had come for his soul, for all his evil deeds he […]
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During the latter years of the eighteenth century, the thirteen original colonies of North America united, severing their political connections to Great Britain and famously […]
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On July 20th 1969, Neil Armstrong and Edwin ‘Buzz’ Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the surface of the moon.
Today, 79 years ago, on the 10 July 1940, the Battle of Britain began
The Normandy landings – famously known as D-Day – are widely regarded as the beginning of the end of World War II.
The London Mint Office has launched an appeal to find the living descendants of the two Cornishmen who discovered the ‘Welcome Stranger’ gold nugget
Finally putting rumours to rest, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have finally revealed the name of their two-day old, first born son.
Copper coins have been issued a reprieve following a consultation by the Chancellor, ensuring they will be safe for “years to come”