75 YEARS AGO TODAY, 7 DECEMBER 1941, JAPAN BROUGHT THE SECOND WORLD WAR TO AMERICA. LAUNCHING A SURPRISE ATTACK THAT DEVASTED THE AMERICAN FLEET AT PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII.
HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS FAMOUS EVENT IN HISTORY? Test your knowledge with our latest Quiz.
How well do you know of the Norman conquest of England? Test your knowledge with this month's latest quiz. Good luck!
September 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the first tanks used in The Great War Battles. Why not test your knowledge with our latest quiz on a century of tank warfare?
Are you a lover of Ancient History? Why not see what you know about Ancient Witchcraft and test your knowledge with this quiz? Good luck!
1 July 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme. Test your knowledge with our dedicated Somme quiz.
This month marks the anniversary of Operation Barbarossa. Test you knowledge with our dedicated quiz!
2016 marks the centenary of the Battle of Jutland.
Here's your chance to put your Jutland knowledge to the test!
2016 marks Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday and to celebrate we've made a quiz!
How much do you know about the longest reigning monarch? Test your knowledge with our quiz!
How much do you know about some of history's greatest and most influential women? Find out with our Women of History quiz.
International Women's Day March 8, 2017
The anniversary of the Battle of Verdun is nearly upon us. Have a go at our quiz to see how much you know about the longest single battle of the First World War.
Queen Victoria, the longest reigning Queen until September 2015, was born May 24, 1819 and became Queen in June 1937.
Think you know all there is about Queen Victoria and her years as queen? Try our anniversary quiz!
Test how much of a dare devil you are and take the True Crime Quiz, with 10 gory and sinister questions to be answered!
A quiz bound to appeal to all horror enthusiasts.
A general selection of quizzes to test your historical knowledge, from Aviation to the Second World War, SOE and Gallipoli.
Dive in and take your chances with these 10 questions.
'Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few'.
Seventy-five years ago, in the summer of 1940, Britain's Royal Air Force took on the Luftwaffe in the Battle of Britain as the German air force attempted to gain air superiority over the RAF. The battle was the first major military campaign in history to be fought entirely in the air, and was viewed by Hitler as a prelude to his planned invasion of Britain.
Test your wits against our Waterloo quiz!
The Battle of Waterloo is one of the most iconic battles of our history. It was a great victory, by the narrowest of margins, with huge significance to the history of Europe; dousing out the threat of the French Emperor Napoleon and finally banishing him. Even now, 200 years later, historians debate the events as though they were yesterday, while battlefield tourists and re-enactors follow in the footsteps of those who were there.
Are you knowledgeable about Normandy? Doo-lally over D-Day? Take our quiz and test your skills!
The Normandy Invasion was probably the largest and most extensive invasion in recent times and can certainly be regarded as a punctuation mark in our history. It was the beginning of the end of the Second World War and is one of the most documented campaigns in military history.
Do you know your Goering from your Goebbels? Test your knowledge on the days and events surrounding VE Day with this quiz!
On 7 May 1945, Germany's unconditional surrender was signed in Reims by General Alfred Jodl. The following day, Prime Minister Winston Churchill announced the end of the war on the radio from the Cabinet Room and 8 May continues to be celebrated as Victory in Europe Day.
Just how much do you know about one of Britain's most famous ships, HMS Victory?
She was launched 250 years ago and most famously saw action as Nelson's flagship during the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
Since the 1920s she has been preserved as a museum of the Georgian Navy in dry dock in Portmouth's Historic Dockyard.
How well do you know the history of the Gallipoli Campaign? Take our quiz and find out!
The Gallipoli Campaign was conducted between 25th April 1915 and 9th January 1916. The offensive ended in defeat for the Allied forces, who had to withdraw to Egypt after failing to secure the northern bank of the Dardanelles and the city of Constantinople (modern day Istanbul).
The after-effects of the campaign are significant - it was a major factor in the Turkish War of Independence and also led to a growing sense of independence for Australia and New Zealand, who still commemorate their role to this day on ANZAC day.