There is quite the Celtic culture alive today in the northwest corner of Spain, known as Galicia.
The Victorians are well known for the rules they followed to maintain a place in 'polite society'. For us today, many of these 'rules' are shocking and downright weird!
Just as with other Germanic people, magic was an important element in Anglo-Saxon life, with broader connections to the paradigm of Germanic mythology.
This is a long article but it will give you a good understanding of the rulers of England and now the United Kingdom from 1066 to the present date.
Aberfan: The Man who Lost Everything was a phrase coined for local resident John Collins in the mining village of Aberfan in 1966. But there was a second man who also lost everything ...
Queen Victoria didn't just head up an Empire as the mother to nine children she also earned the title of Grandmother of Europe. Who were Queen Victoria's children?
Germany's answer to Stonehenge, Externsteine is a natural rock formation that has been altered by human hands. What was it used for? Does it hold special meaning?
At a young age, Amy Dudley (or Lady Amy Dudley) showed promise with England's aristocracy. But her mysterious death cut that short, and the culprit may have been Queen Elizabeth.
A discussion of the 5 giants of poverty which Beveridge discovered leading to reforms in Britain to overcome them. Most notably tackling these 5 giants led to the NHS.
The 1916 Easter Rising leader Edward Daly was an Irish soldier in Dublin Ireland. Irish history of the British troops and the North King Street Massacre.