The podcast focusing on the decade of the 1810s returns from hiatus with an all-new episode on Napoleon's improbable comeback from exile on the island of Elba.
Barricades in the streets, like these photographed in 1968, have a very long tradition in the history of France.
In the early summer of 1914, Europe had no idea what was coming its way. Are we in a similar daze today?
It's been a while since I reblogged an article from one of my favorite blogs, ArtLark. This piece on the famous divorce of Napoleon and [...]
My new history blog will take you on a tour through the momentous 1810s, the second decade of the 19th century, a pivotal time in world history.
Britain's shocking vote to leave the European Union may be a sea change for Europe and the world, and not in a good way.
We all know the story of the doomed ship, but what does it mean in the larger context of history?
I've never reblogged anything from Mimi Matthews's blog before, but as soon as I saw this fascinating article I knew I had to share it. [...]
I have never reblogged anything from Anna Belfrage's site before, but this very interesting article caught my eye this morning. It's about the complicated role [...]
This one famous chart from 1869 tells the incredible story of one of the great defeats in military history.