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History Extra Podcast: BBC History Magazine's Podcast - History Extra

Our History Extra podcast comes out twice a week, featuring interviews with notable historians talking about topics ranging from crusading knights to …

Unintended consequences of Napoleonic solutions

ON December 14, 1840, Napoleon Bonaparte’s body was brought in a glittering funeral procession through Paris. See The death of Napoleon Bonaparte and …

World History

Napoleon from "Napoleon Dynamite" IRL looks totally unrecognizable now

We have so many mixed feels about <i>Napoleon Dynamite,</i> undeniably one of the weirdest things we’ve ever watched (and, okay, re-watched a dozen times). …

Kip Dynamite (Napoleon's brother) is a handsome hipster with a beard now

We need to talk about the cast of <i>Napoleon Dynamite</i> real quick, guys. You know how Debbie (aka Deb) got super edgy and Napoleon turned into a TOTAL …

Napoléon Bonaparte, Failed Novelist

Did you know that Napoléon Bonaparte tried his hand at fiction before he became a revolutionary? Well, if Saddam Hussein could write a romance novel, …

Biographies

6 of the Best Music Documentaries on Netflix

Bob Marley | Express Newspapers/Getty Images<p>Netflix has been adding tons of documentaries to its collection in recent months and with so many options …

West African King Returns To Landscaping Job Like It's No Big Deal

Eric Manu, crowned chief of the Akan tribe in southern Ghana, is giving some lawns in Vancouver the royal treatment. Manu, who moved from Ghana in 2012 with his Canadian wife, was notified recently that he is next in line to rule over the village of Adansi Adobi, a tribe of 6,000 people.<p>Before …

West Africa

Why it's so hard to stop West Africa's vicious pirates

With little more than skiffs, ladders, and Kalashnikovs, the pirates of Somalia once hijacked giant cargo ships, extracted millions of dollars in ransom, and forced the world's navies to send warships steaming to the Gulf of Aden. They stole headlines and Hollywood's imagination as khat-chewing …

Africa