Series 4 Episode 7


Dave Cohen, Gerard Foster, Giles Pilbrow, Laurence Rickard and Ben Ward


27 April 2012


Horrible Histories Gorgeious Georgians

“Le Survival Guide” gives tips on (literally) staying cool in the French army during Napoleon’s march on Moscow

HHTV Sport: Napoleon’s famed strategic gifts are no match for the mechanical chess-playing Turk

“Waterloo” tells the very personal story of Le Petit Caporal’s last stand (movie trailer)
Horrible Histories Vile Victorians

Fashion doesn’t equal practicality

Dodgy Inventions No. 84: The SS Bessemer (animated)
Horrible Histories Rotten Romans

The Praetorian guard is much better at saluting than they are protecting Emperors–and they aren’t very good at saluting!

Shouty Man: New! Always-Current Emperor Statue
Horrible Histories Shocking Scotland

Historical Dates: James Hamilton, 1st Earl of Arran, seeks a groom for his cousin, the infant Mary, Queen of Scots (played by Mathew Baynton’s young son)

SONG: The Blue-blooded blues: The Stuart family haven’t exactly been the most lucky nor popular family to rule Scotland!
Horrible Histories Woeful Second World War

MI5 is willing to recruit literally anyone to help the war effort

Historical Masterchef: A Berlin housewife demonstrates some truly outlandish wartime substitutes
Horrible Histories Measly Middle Ages

A snowball fight interrupts the Earl of Lancaster’s execution

Stupid Deaths: Richard the Raker


The Blue-Blooded Blues (blues rock parody)


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