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Tsunamis don’t just occur in East and South-East Asia.

The Tudor Dynasty

The Tudor Dynasty

The Tudor dynasty housed continuous, ruthless pursuits of power, with political machinations, courtly rivalries, and grim executions.


Exploring The Polar Regions

Their icy landscapes, at the ends of the Earth, have stories to tell — tales of heroism, survival, and environmental change.

The Armistice Of Compiègne

The Armistice Of Compiègne

The Armistice of Compiègne, signed on November 11, 1918, marked the formal end of hostilities on the Western Front.


The Influence Of Latin

Latin spread throughout the Roman Empire and left an indelible mark on subsequent languages, cultures, and intellectual traditions.

Book recommendations

Book Recommendations For November

Today we start a new series of book recommendations aimed at young people, with the idea of spotlighting those that will spark a love of reading.


Exploring Unseen Realms Of The Universe

While we can see the colours of the rainbow, there are other wavelengths of light that remain hidden from our eyes.


Werewolf Trials

As with “witches”, the confessions of those accused were the result of torture, mental illness, or a lack of understanding what they were actually confessing to.


The Antibiotic Battle Against Microbes

For several decades, antibiotics were hailed as medical miracles, and their availability led to a sense of complacency.



Biomimicry, the practice of emulating nature’s designs and processes, has led to remarkable scientific breakthroughs and technological advancements.

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