We also discuss a very broad range of history.
There are many times and events in history that are really important for a number of reasons. Some for good reasons such as the courage or dedication of a few individuals such as Emily Pankhurst and Florence Nightingale. Much more often than not for difficult reasons such as the Spanish Inquisition or the time of slavery.
One era that really captivates many peoples' imagination, however, is the Knights of the Round Table, led by the legendary King Arthur. This has been recalled time and time again in books and on television and it never fails to appear on attention. You can always make a good story out of King Arthur and his merry band of knights!
We report on European history too. For example, Prague is the capital city of the Czech Republic in Central Europe. Prior to the 1990s, Prague was also the capital of the larger nation of Czechoslovakia, which incorporated the now separate Slovakia. The Velvet Revolution, which took place following the fall of the Berlin Wall, led to Prague and the rest of the Czech Republic liberating itself from the communist power which had been in place since after the second world war.
In spite of this long period of communist power, Prague has been able to retain a big number of attractive buildings, several of which date back to the Renaissance and Medieval eras. This makes the city a much frequented destination for those with archaeological and historical interests.