The memorial at Pegasus Bridge in Normandy is the only D-Day museum in the area dedicated to the British. I chat with curator, Mark Worthington, to learn more.
D-Day was one of the most important 20th century events – it started the end of WWII. If you only have one day to see some of the sites, try these.
This small island at the mouth of Manila Bay is one of the most strategic military points in Asia. When the Japanese attacked, it was their key to success.
Millions and millions of people died over the centuries because of an aggressive colonisation. Should we view this today as mass murder?
It’s been at least 15 years since the troubles officially ended in Belfast, but the divisions in the city are still clear for everyone to see.
With Germans bombing London, Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, went underground to plan his strategy. Now see the bunkers from where he won the war.
To protect ourselves from attack, humans have shown an impressive level of inventiveness. But only the Dutch harnessed the movement of water.
In Budapest, 60 Andrassy Boulevard is just known as the House of Terror. It represents the cruel heart of those who would stop at nothing to rule this land.
Skull Tower was built in the Serbian city of Nis two hundred years ago to scare off attackers. Almost 1000 human skulls were used in construction.