2016-09-29T11:04:16ZA biography of William the Conqueror, Norman Duke and English King via the Norman Conquest.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZIndulgences were important in the start of the Reformation; this explains what they were.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZA history of the Tower of London, one of Britain's most famous landmarks.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZAn account of the Battle of Hastings, 1066, which allowed the Norman Conquest of England.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZThe history behind tourist magnates the Beefeaters / Yeomen Warders of The Tower of London
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZDid the Marshall Plan of US aid save Western Europe in the aftermath of World War 2, or is it overstated?
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZThe Consequences of the Norman Conquest - how England was changed by the events of 1066 and after.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZThe Commonwealth is an association of 53 independent nations, all but one former British colonies, with substantial economic ties and a shared history.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZThis summary presents an outline of the Protestant Reformation of the 16 century, the religious schism which split western Christianity.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZWhat was France like before the French Revolution? This article explains the country and the context.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZThe Diplomatic Revolution - The Seven Years War and the Diplomatic Revolution
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZThis brief account of the French Revolution explains all the key events, links to a larger narrative history, and explains the consequences.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZFrance evolved gradually out of a much older empire.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZAn account of the Battle of the Somme, 1916, a terrible day for the British army.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZWe see images of Vikings wearing horned helmets all over popular culture, but there's a small problem: they didn't wear them.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZAn examination of how Napoleon was able to rule and control France through so much war.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZAn annotated listing of the presidents of the Republic of Ireland.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZAn examination of the Norman Conquest of 1066 which changed English history.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZThis page summarizes the events of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars and links to detailed narratives.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZKing of England from 1509 – 1547, he is best known for having six wives and breaking the English church away from Roman Catholicism.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZIn this part of our history of the French Revolution we look at the events of the 1780s which destabilized France and led to the revolution starting.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZHow Hitler went from being appointed Chancellor to ruling a one party dictatorship.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZA contents page for our narrative of Germany from 1919 to 1934.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZThe Italian city of Rome was the center of two great empires: one the military dominion of the Roman Republic and Empire, and then the ideology of the Christian Papacy.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZThe Anglo-German Naval Race has been cited as a key factor in the start of World War 1. Here we explain what happened.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZVolksgemeinschaft was an ideal in Nazi ideology, and this article explains what it wanted and why it had such a negative impact on Europe.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZThe Industrial Revolution completely changed the world. This page introduces the concepts and links to in depth explanations.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZThe Hundred Years War didn't appear to have definitely ended in 1453, and had many effects on Britain and France.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZCharlemagne is one of the great figures in Europe's history.
2016-09-29T11:04:16ZThis timeline of the Napoleonic and French Revolutionary Wars lists the key dates and events from 1792 to 1815.