Alexander the Great

During the fourth century BCE, Alexander the Great of Macedon began a new period of history known as The Hellenistic Age. Derived from the term…

Anne Frank’s House

From the moment Adolf Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany in 1933 and the Nazi party rose to power, he quickly introduced antisemitic laws, rules,…

Ancient Greece – The Olympics

More than 2,500 years ago, the ancient Greeks created one of the world’s most influential civilisations. Responsible important developments in philosophy, science, politics, history writing,…

The Inca Civilisation

The Inca Empire, otherwise known as the Realm of the Four Parts, was the largest empire in pre-Columbian America. Machu Picchu was a city of…

Ancient Egypt and The River Nile

The ancient Egyptian civilisation began over 5,000 years ago. It was located along the River Nile in northeast Africa. The ancient Egyptians were experts at…

Victory in Europe Day

During the six years of the Second World War, many around the world lost their lives either through the conflict against Nazi Germany, or through…

Ancient China – Shang Dynasty

In ancient China, before it was unified by the Qin state during the 3rd century BCE, the country was divided into many small kingdoms that…

The Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China has a long and complicated history. It is not just one wall, but many different walls and fortifications that were…

An Overview of The British Empire

The term empire refers to a group of countries that are ruled by a single monarch or power. In the sixteenth century, Britain began to…

Thomas Becket

Thomas Becket was the Archbishop of Canterbury between the years of 1162 – 1170 and was, therefore, the most important bishop in England. In 1170…