It was on Sept 7th, back in 1940 when Nazi Germany began their sustained aerial bombing campaign against Britain during World War Two. The bombing campaign was nicknamed...
  On Sept 5th, back in 1970 Formula One racing driver Karl Jochen Rindt crashed and lost his life during practice for the Italian Grand Prix. Rindt was German-born...
It all began on Sept 2nd, back in 1666 when the Great Fire of London started in the King’s Bakery in Pudding Lane near London Bridge. The previous year London had suffered...
So what would you regard as the most successful vehicle ever? It's an interesting question and I guess we all have a different answer, as we all have a different opinion...
So, it's an interesting title for an article and it really gets you thinking.  Like myself, perhaps your mind naturally jumps towards warfare and some of the rather...
On August 3rd back in 1460 the King of Scotland, James II was accidently killed because of a cannon exploding near him. Known as ‘James of the fiery face’ because of a...
It was on August 2nd back in 1870 when the first subway tunnel beneath the River Thames opened to the public. The Tower Subway was 410 meters in length and connected Tower...
The end of July marks a sad occasion, as it was on July 31st back in 1970 when the Royal Navy issued sailors with a daily rum ration for the very last time, ending a...
It was on July 30th back in 1945 when the USS Indianapolis was hit by Japanese torpedoes and sank in shark infested waters in a matter of minutes. The Indianapolis was a...
It was on July 29th back in 1981 when Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer got married in a fairy-tale wedding at St Paul's Cathedral in London. The couple chose St...