War. (Huh. Good god.) What is it good for? According to the publishers of this WWI-era book, teaching kids the alphabet.
The story of how WWI-era Britain tried to camouflage its warships – not by blending them into the background, but turning them into surreal works of art.
Slayings, "misadventure" and murderous clerks: welcome to death, medieval-style.
Blood, sea snails and a whole lot of urine went into some of your favourite paintings. This brief history of colour explores the strange alchemy of paint making.
Historians say there should be a lot more shipwrecks on the bottom of the ocean than there currently are. So who, or what, is taking them?