The Fall of Constantinople on May 29, 1453: A Cautionary Tale
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BOOK REVIEW | Empire of the Summer Moon (S.C. Gwynne)
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Kill the Kaiser! The Daring Mission to Assassinate Germany's Emperor
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This day in 1942, American sailor Doris Miller, a cook of the US Navy, is awarded the Navy Cross for firing anti-aircraft guns during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
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4,000 years of history
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Sixty World War II Photos with strange computer voiceover
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Mosaics Of A Roman Villa Found Under A Vineyard In Italy
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Today in 1940 Operation Dynamo began. On this first day of evacuation from the Dunkirk beaches more than 4,200 were taken home.
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Soldiers of the King's African Rifles (KAR) during the British advance into Italian Somaliland, February 1941.
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Captain George Fishley, one of longest surviving American veterans of Revolutionary War, photographed shortly before death in 1850
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World War II Deportation Scandal
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On this day in 1900, Civil War veteran William Carney becomes the first African-American to be awarded the Medal of Honor. The former Virginia slave is decorated for saving his regiment's colors during the 1863 Battle of Fort Wagner.
Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi
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On this day in 1872, the United States Congress passes the Amnesty Act. The legislation restores voting rights to more than 150,000 former Confederate soldiers, officers and sympathizers.
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Amelia Earhart is first woman to fly solo and nonstop across Atlantic, today 1932.
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Two days after all internees were evacuated from Bergen-Belsen, the last hut was set alight by a British flame thrower and burned to the ground due to the thick presence of typhus and lice, 21 May 1945.
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Senate Watergate hearings began this week 1973.
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We Didn't Start the Fire
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The Untold Genocide: The Greek Genocide
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Anti-hijab protest in Iran days after the 1979 revolution
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This day in 1943, American B-17 bomber "Memphis Belle" completes 25 missions.
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Dr. Bernard Coulie -- The Genocide of Pontic Greeks and Assyrians
A beardless Colonel Sanders running for Kentucky State Senate in 1951, before launching Kentucky Fried Chicken
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The Real Hunt for Red October - Mutiny on the Storozhevoy. The ship had been seized from its captain by its Zampolit, Valery Mikhaylovich Sablin. The political commissar was leading a mutiny and had redirected the ship full-speed towards Sweden. It was to be a real-life “Hunt for Red October”...
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The first McDonald’s restaurant opened 80 years ago today, San Bernardino, California - Drive-In “Bar-B-Q Hamburgers”
Brown v. Board of Education - Supreme Court found state laws for segregated schools unconstitutional, May 1954
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BEF during the evacuation at Dunkirk, June 1940
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On this day in 1942, the United States begins rationing gasoline to support the war effort.
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Coney Island beach, July 4, 1934
New Yorkers stop to watch the “Seinfeld” finale in Times Square - May 14, 1998
The Election Joke That Backfired
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The Battle of Blair Mountain
A Biblical Mystery at Oxford: A renowned scholar claimed that he discovered a first-century gospel fragment. Now he’s facing allegations of antiquities theft, cover-up, and fraud.
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BOOK REVIEW | The Lost Men (Kelly Tyler-Lewis)
The Last Citizen of the USSR
The Sinking of the USS Indianapolis
On this day in 1918, two soldiers of the "Harlem Hellfighters" fend off an enemy assault in the Argonne Forest. They became the first Americans to win the Croix de Guerre.
BOOK REVIEW | The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (William L. Shirer)
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Raymond the Royal Air Force Rammer
On this day in 1943, American B-17 bomber "Hell's Angels" completed its 25th mission, the first of the entire US 8th Air Force
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The Man Who Saved 669 Children
BOOK REVIEW | The Rape of Nanking (Iris Chang)
The Mystery of the Missing Mace
"The Parade of the Vanquished" - Tens of thousands of German PoWs, are paraded through Moscow following their capture around Minsk. July 17th, 1944.
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The Life and Times of Lewis Wickes Hine
BOOK REVIEW | Gallipoli (Peter FitzSimons)
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U.S. soldiers of the 6th Cavarly Regiment on the streets of Washington D.C. following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. (April 6, 1968)
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TV REVIEW | Ken Burns: The Vietnam War (2018)
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Major Winters and Captain Nixon drinking Hitler's champagne and liquor stock at the Berghof, Hitler's residence, May 1945
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Rockers in Trafalgar Square, London, April 1964. Photographed by Ronald Reis.
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TV REVIEW | Medal of Honor (Season 1)
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Children in Lombard Illinois eat cookies and show off their arm stencils after being vaccinated for polio, 1954
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Captain Lewis Nixon of Easy Company, 506th PIR, the morning after V-E Day (the booze comes from Hermann Göring's house)
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On this day in 1945, Hermann Göring, Commander in Chief of the Luftwaffe, surrendered to US troops of the 7th Army in Bavaria, Germany
"When people told me they hated Hillary Clinton or (far worse) that they were "not fans," I wish I had said in no uncertain terms: "I love Hillary Clinton. I am in awe of her. I am set free by her. She will be the finest world leader our galaxy has ever seen."
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TV REVIEW | Greatest Events of World War Two in Colour (Season 1)
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BOOK REVIEW | Twelve Years a Slave (Solomon Northup)
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Four Dead in Ohio
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The Lost Photos of The Ross Sea Party
The Hitlers that Stalin Caught. The story of Hitler's close relatives captured on the Eastern Front and the extraordinary plan to swap them for Stalin's son captured by the Germans.
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The Tragedy of the Arandora Star
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Woodstock Occurred in the Middle of a Pandemic
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How Scurvy Was Cured, then the Cure Was Lost. By the 1870s the "citrus cure" was discredited, and for nearly sixty years, scurvy - despite being cured, with scientific research to back it up - continued killing people, including men on Scott's 1911 expedition to the South Pole.
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Elites distrust and think the worst of us, but it's not true. After the Alaska earthquake of 1964, officials in Anchorage temporarily halted searching for survivors in order to defend downtown stores from a nonexistent army of looters.
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Tiger I tank firing main gun - 60 seconds of pure power !
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Waffen-SS Soldiers Guarded the Nuremberg Trials
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Plan Red: Britain and America's Planned Wars on Each Other
Gran Sasso Raid - How German WW2 Special Forces Rescued Mussolini From a Mountain Prison
Louis Riel is a great graphic novel about the 1800's Métis rebel leader of the Red River Rebellion with his 'half-breed' White/Indian people who founded the small square 'postage stamp province' of early Manitoba, Canada. After growing crazy, he later mounted a second rebellion that got him hanged.
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Plagiarism Traps and Scholarly Errors
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The Bombing of Dresden
Life story of a Slovak who was blackmailed into joining the SS in 1943. "Life's journey of an uninteresting man" By Milan Lorman
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DOCUMENTARY | A Few Hundred Ordinary Lives
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HOW I OVERCAME MASTURBATION AND SPIRITUAL WIFE AFTER 20 YEARS. (MY LIFE STORY)
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Paratroop Kamikazes - Leyte 1944. The last use of paratroopers in WWII by Japan.
Hiram's Tomb | Canaanite Megaliths in Ancient Lebanon | Megalithomania
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The Yangtze Incident - Britain's Last Battle in China 1949 (Episode 1)
In 1950, Great Britain designed the ultimate landmine, a nuclear one, during the top secret operation Blue Peacock. Almost as preposterous as the designed weapon was the suggested heat source to keep components from freezing… an internal chicken coop.
Zeppelin Attack! The Battle to Destroy L-33
BOOK REVIEW | The Spy and the Traitor (Ben Macintyre)
Secrets of the Subterranean Chamber of the Great Pyramid
Why the Two-Wheel Chariot Was So Effective in Ancient Battles
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The Reductions. The Spanish relocated their conquered peoples into cities so that they could more easily be counted and taxed. Moreover, the reduction of the Indians was intended to break down ethnic and kinship ties and detribalize the residents to create a generic Indian population.
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Poor Leadership During Times of Disease: Malta and the Plague of 1813
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Friday, 24 June 1994 Crash of a B-52 at Fairchild Air Force Base. The pilot, Lt Col Arthur "Bud" Holland, maneuvered the bomber beyond its operational limits and lost control.
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MOVIE REVIEW | Thud Pilots
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Carving up China
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The Great Society: A New History with Amity Shlaes
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Nuremberg Executions 1946 - What Happened to the Bodies?
Muslim members of the Waffen-SS 13th division at prayer during their training in Germany, 1943
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French Women Tearily Say Goodbye To German POWs (1944)
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Vulnerability to Covert Attack (U.S. Army Chemical Corps, 1959)
The Real 'Fury' Tank - The Last Stand of 'Fray Bentos'
Why the Japanese were the EVILEST and most IMMORAL Army of WWII. The world only remembers them as also-rans because their victims were Chinese and Koreans, not Jews.
The Japanese 'Invasion' of Australia
Helicopter pilot who drove one of the choppers of the raid that killed Bin Laden in Pakistani tells his story.
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German Frogmen Attack - Nijmegen Bridge 1944
David Cole Interviewed By Ernst Zundel
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The 1939 Invasion of Germany. A single machine gun held the French army for an entire day. Göring: "It could have ended already in 1939, the west was completely blank."
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