Many Christians know the name of Martin Luther, but how much do you know about Philip Melanchthon? He was Luther's collaborator, and his influence was very important in the Reformation.
The exciting climax of Luther's clash with the Catholics - he makes a bold stand on God's Word at the Diet of Worms, then is kidnapped taken to Wartburg Castle!
Get a look inside the solitary confinement at Colditz Castle, and hear about those who escaped from it! We highly recommend that you schedule a visit to Colditz Castle if you are in the area. You can see incredible artifacts and visit many parts of the castle that are closed to the public.
500 years ago, a German monk wrote some theses in a small city in German. Discover the story of this document that changed the world!
If your commanded a Medieval army, and found a castle in your path, what would you do? Learn the four ways to capture castles!
Colditz Castle is famous in WW2 history as the "Bad Boys" POW camp, where Allied POWs were sent who had attempted to escape from another camp. Were they able to get out of this "escape proof" camp? We highly recommend that you schedule a visit to Colditz Castle if you are in the area. You can see incredible artifacts and visit many parts of the castle that are closed to the public.
Tens of thousands of castles were built in Medieval Europe, and many still blanket the landscape. Why were the built, what were they used for, and why did the construction die out?
Usually when your fort is overrun by the enemy, it is all over within a few minutes. Not at Fort Fisher. The struggle continued for desperately for hours, struggling over the fort's ramparts.
Did you know that Spain invaded North Carolina? Learn these forgotten stories at historic Brunswick, North Carolina.
Learn about Martin Luther's early life, how God prepared him to be an ideal figure to start the Reformation, and how He saved him from striving for righteousness through his works.
Next week millions of Americans will watch a total solar eclipse. Now they are a fascinating phenomenon, but in ancient times they were seen as having a much larger impact. At one point one even stopped a battle!
ISIS has been all over the news, and it may seem like Islam is more militant than every before. But did you know they were spread fire more widely during the Middle Ages, with footholds in Spain, Italy, Hungary and even threatening Austria? See Hohensalzburg, an impressive castle that would have stood against that threat.
100 years ago the worst war up to that point in history was raging. In our new video see the story of World War I on the Western Front.