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Horrible Histories

Issue 59

Horrible Histories magazine is the funniest, foulest and goriest magazine you’ll ever see! If you dare, you’ll discover so much stuff about the awful Egyptians, rotten Romans, terrible Tudors, vile Victorians and more that you’ll become a horrible expert! Join TV star Rattus and the gang and begin a journey through the putrid past – all the gore and more!

Land:
United Kingdom
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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IN DIESER AUSGABE

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welcome!

“Since the dawn of time, snappy, slimy and scary animals like yours truly have changed the course of history! So step aside, horrible humans – there’s a special section in this mag, all about us!” ■…

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on this horrible day…

7 Sep, 1533A fresh-faced Elizabeth I is born – not so fresh later in life, when her white face paint ate into her skin! 15 Sep, 1916A tank was used in battle for the first time by the Brits in the First World War. The first model was called ‘Little Willie’! 16 Sep, 1420Spanish torturer Tomás de Torquemada is born. Instead of birthday candles, he’ll spend his life burning people – 2,000 of them. 20 Sep, 1519Portuguese sailor Ferdinand Magellan sets sail for China with 237 men – but not enough food. Just 18 get home. Magellan isn’t one of them! ■…

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the necks factor!

ANNE BOLEYNGot the chop in: 1536Sob story: With no baby boy after three years of marriage, Henry VIII sent her for the chop – saying she had five boyfriends. But he was kind and got an expert swordsman so her head would come off quicker! MARIE ANTOINETTEGot the chop in: 1793Sob story: She didn’t get the public vote! The peckish and poor people of France revolted against King Louis XVI (not Louis Walsh,) and Queen Marie, sending them to the guillotine. WILLIAM WALLACEGot the chop in: 1305 Sob story: Wallace's fight for Scottish independence came to a sticky end. He was taken to London and, in front of a crowd, he got it in the neck twice – first he was hanged, then he got the axe! MARY, QUEEN OF…

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on this horrible day…

3 Oct, 1720Halloween comes early. Peter the Great of Russia has his girlfriend’s lover killed – and keeps his head in a jar in their room! 6 Oct, 1014The Bulgarian army return home from a defeat to Byzantine Emperor Basil II – minus their eyes. Basil had them blinded! 10 Oct, 1808Two men in France fall out, so have a pistol duel – in hot air balloons! They fire until one tumbles to his death. Splat. 16 Oct, 1408Another foul French trial is held for the killing of a child. The defendant? A PIG! The porker is found guilty and hanged. ■…

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the necks factor judges!

1 HENRY VIIIFear Factor: Tens of thousands were executed under his reign.Who did he send to death? 2 ELIZABETH IFear Factor: Walked around her palace carrying a rusty sword.Who did she send to death? 3 EDWARD IFear Factor: He went to war with France, Scotland and Wales.Who did he send to death? 4 MAX ROBESPIERREFear Factor: Led a revolution, killing anyone who complained.Who did he send to death? ■…

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deadly dot-to-dot

Norman soldiers could be very ruthless – and if they set fire to the thatch on your cottage, you’d be very ‘roofless’, too!In Norman times, young children had a tough life. Tick the awful jobs you think they had to do…Prod an ox in the bum with a sharp stick Polish the arrowheads of their dad’s arrows Cook frog’s legs and cowpats for the rich Collect firewood from the forest (watch out for wolves!) TOP TIPWhen you get to a number with a star next to it, lift up your pencil and start again at the next red number! ■…

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