The story of our times told by the people who were there.
How millions of Europeans celebrated the launch of the euro in 2002.
In January 1968 an American spy ship was captured by North Korean forces.
A list of radicals in the US entertainment industry was published more than 60 years ago.
Fifty years ago the USA launched an ambitious attempt to control the weather.
Taking you back 35 years when an opposition movement began in Czechoslovakia.
Over 2000 years ago Julius Caesar made a decision which changed European history.
When the Japanese Emperor died in 1989 it marked the end of an era.
In 1898 the novelist Emile Zola took up the cause of a Jewish prisoner - Alfred Dreyfus.
In January 1991 the UN Secretary General tried to avert the first Gulf War.
In January 1968 the country legend Johnny Cash recorded a concert in a high-security jail.
In January 1977 President Jimmy Carter said draft dodgers could come home.
In 1950 a Boston gang stole over $2.5m and they almost got away with it.
On 18 January 1943 German soldiers began a final drive to empty the Polish capital of Jews
In January 1973 abortion was legalised across the USA.
It is 70 years since senior Nazi officials met to plan the killing of European Jews.
It is one hundred years since the great American abstract painter was born.
In January 1972 a Japanese soldier was found in the jungle of Guam.
On 25 January 1933 the last legal communist march was held in Berlin.
In January 1986 a space shuttle launch went horribly wrong.
It is 40 years since 13 civil rights marchers were killed in Northern Ireland.
How a visit to America in 1842 became a turning-point in the career of Charles Dickens.
Winning the chance to conceive a child using sperm from her dead husband
It is 30 years since thousands of Syrians were killed by their own army.
The great Egyptian singer was buried 37 years ago.
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