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Throughout its 500 year history the development of the French language in Canada has involved a tangled web of linguistic, political and social issues.
How a piece of broken stone from the rubble of an old fort became a vital key to reading Egyptian hieroglyphics.
A quick tour around the world in search of the most decadent chocolate dessert
Remembrance Day originated in the outpouring of grief at the end of World War I, the "war to end all wars". That grief is also reflected in the work of the World War One poets, the greatest of which is Wilfred Owen.
Some unique and amazing feats of architecture around the world that have that "wow" factor.
In 1494, the Treaty of Tordesillas granted Spain exclusive exploration rights west of a line running close to the 46th meridian. This determined the future of Spanish colonization of the New World, and the resulting geographical distribution of the Spanish language.
In the Middle Ages women's life choices were limited by both gender and social status. But in spite of these limitations, medieval women had a surprisingly wide range of careers.
Throughout history Europe was torn apart by war, but some, including Winston Churchill, dreamed that it need not always be so. Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save
January 25 is Robert Burns Day. This is when Scots and Scottish wannabees in Scotland and around the world joyfully celebrate Scotland's most famous poet.