It was on May 5th back in 1821 when Napoleon Bonaparte died whilst in exile on the island of St Helena. The military leader that caused havoc in Europe and beyond arrived...
On February 14, 1945, the Royal Marines were officially granted the Freedom of the town of Deal. This would give the Royal Marines the right to march through the town with...
Today we remember three-time Formula One World Champion Ayrton Senna.  It was on May 1st back in 1994 when the Formula One legend crashed at the San Marino Grand Prix in...
It was on April 27th, back in 1865 when the worst maritime disaster in U.S history occurred. The Sultana was a Mississippi River side-wheel steamboat and was designed with...
History is full of events which have caused huge embarrassment for people and countries and today we are going to look at an incident that occurred back in 1628.  The...
Like many of you, we've been following the story of Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and partygate, and whether or not he lied to Parliament.  So today we are going...
The Great San Francisco Earthquake hit the northern California city at 5.12am local time on April 18th, 1906 and was one of the deadliest earthquakes in the history of the...
President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. on April 14th, back in 1865.  Supposedly Lincoln was in a good mood and enjoying the show...
Aside from Neil Armstrong's famous line about a giant leap, it's fair to say the most famous line associated with an astronaut has to be "Houston, we have a problem", but...
Martin Luther King Jr. is famous for his incredibly powerful speech featuring the line "I Have a Dream".  That particular speech was delivered during the March on Washington...