Considering the change to the process of Roman power and control in Britain in this period, was Boudicca's Rebellion a turning point?
The revolt against the Roman invaders by Boudicca and the Iceni was a shocking and violent episode of Roman history, but what, if any, significance did it have for the Romans in the short term?
Historians have long studied the beginnings of the Cold War, and different historical perspectives have conflicting ideas as to which side owed the development of the Cold War between 1945-1948.
1933-1934 was a hectic period in German history, and although Hitler became chancellor in early 1933, he didn't have full power until mid 1934.
The final part of the Weimar Republic, this hub explains how the republic collapsed and how the Nazis rose in the crisis.
1924-1929 was a period of economic and social recovery in Germany, and is important in understanding how the country was affected in 1929 by the Wall Street Crash.
We all know of Hitler and the Nazi Party, the appalling crimes committed by the Nazi regime, but to understand how they managed to commit those crimes one must understand Germany during 1918-1923.