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We Now Know Who to Blame for the Black Death, According to These Scientists
We Now Know Who to Blame for the Black Death, According to These Scientists
Jun 17, 2022
Thanks to 14th-century tombstones, scientists claim that they’ve discovered the genesis of the world's deadliest plague.
This English Rancher’s Ambush Killing Set Billy the Kid on the Path to Murder
This English Rancher’s Ambush Killing Set Billy the Kid on the Path to Murder
Jun 17, 2022
For long years no monument marked the spot where Lincoln County, New Mexico Territory, rancher John Tunstall was slain in 1878
This Admiral Never Lost A Single Vessel — And May Have Invented The Armored Ship
This Admiral Never Lost A Single Vessel — And May Have Invented The Armored Ship
Jun 17, 2022
Korea's Admiral Yi is credited with extraordinary achievements in the history of naval warfare.
How the Green Berets Became Famous
How the Green Berets Became Famous
Jun 17, 2022
Real Special Forces battles inspired a novel and a movie, propelling the Green Berets to stardom.
When This Anti-War Northerner Challenged Lincoln, the President Exiled Him to the South
When This Anti-War Northerner Challenged Lincoln, the President Exiled Him to the South
Jun 17, 2022
In May 1863, a U.S. military court did the unthinkable and exiled Copperhead Clement Vallandigham to the South. Confederate perspectives on that remarkable period have finally come to light.
The History of Gun Control and the Second Amendment
The History of Gun Control and the Second Amendment
Jun 16, 2022
The historical legal debate over gun control in the U.S. isn't as clear-cut as most people on either side think.
What If the Japanese High Command Had Refused to Surrender?
What If the Japanese High Command Had Refused to Surrender?
Jun 15, 2022
An unconditional surrender went directly against Japanese ideals.