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The rise of one of the great cities of the world, and how the city today is a window into a past of power, religion and culture.
History & The Arts
Track the key events in Adolf Hitler's life, including his childhood in Austria, his decisions as Fuehrer of Germany, his leadership in the Second World War, and his eventual suicide.
Check out our family tree showing relations of the Habsburg dynasty while exploring how arranged marriages increased the Habsburg's power. You'll learn some German words along the way!
Simon Sebag Montefiore tells the story of how the Habsburg family transformed Vienna into the capital that it is today, during a dynasty era lasting nearly 1,000 years.
Listen to an Austrian German speaker pronounce some Austrian terms, and find out their meaning.
Health, Sports & Psychology
Dr Richard Stevens provides an introduction to the life and works of Sigmund Freud...
Science, Maths & Technology
The tiny bubbles of winter that started in Vienna; rubber eggs; Italian crises and a crack in space. Learning and research from across the day.
A lighthouse which helped people steer their way through health crises. Then learning and research through the day.
Why are decisions about oil production made in a country without a significant oil industry?; how Podesta's emails were phished, and A poet reads her own work. Learning and research from across the day.
The cake that went to court and how social media slowed the size zero trend. Then learning and research from across the day.
The production wing of a Viennese art movement; monkey typing; and what happens when you play Lennon in a coffee shop? Learning and research across the day.
How the imperial Habsburgs were ceremoniously buried in the Capuchine crypt.
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