102 years ago today the Titanic disappeared beneath the waves – take a tour of this incredible ship deck by deck now
Today we celebrate the WHO’s creation and how they will continue to contribute to world health
The Ancient Greek battle tactic that formed the basis of their war machine
Where did April Fools’ Day actually come from?
100 years since WWI began, journey back to 1914 to find out what life was like in the trenches
It’s been 40 years since the discovery of the Chinese clay army, but how did it happen?
Find out how this famous American landmark was made
Newly discovered fossils provide evidence of a smaller species of T-Rex
Roman ruins digitally represented with state of the art technology
Oldest known material on Earth discovered in Australia
Travel back in time and see how the world’s greatest manmade structures were built
MIT offers a new theory on a 250-million-year-old event
Learn about the history of this day of romance now
Learn about the world-famous playhouse which was the first to host Shakespeare’s work
Palaeontologist Mike Benton on dinosaurs’ true colours, mass-extinction events and life working in the field
Discover why Earth’s biggest ever land mammal – Paraceratherium – featured in a galaxy far, far away…
Before you hit the slopes this weekend, find out a bit about the history of snowboarding
Pay a visit to www.historyanswers.co.uk to unlock the secrets of the past
Everyone loves books, but where does the bookbinding industry originate?
Christmas is here and that means our average chocolate intake is about to go through the roof – but what are the historical roots of this tasty treat?