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Propaganda Out of Ukraine Conflict is Not Much Different From World War I￼ Propaganda in World War I came in many forms, but according to one historian, it hasn’t deviated much since.
The Notorious Female Bandit Pearl Hart: ‘Wildcat’ Author Reveals All Award-winning historian John Boessenecker uncovers the truth behind her tragic life