Part 1 in a series of articles on odd and unknown aspects of World War II, and what we can learn from them (with pictures!).
A quick overview of Ivy Green, the beautiful birthplace of the famous Helen Keller (with pictures!).
The fifth part in an in-depth series on the life of Helen Keller, perhaps the most inspirational person in all of history.
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A look at 10 historically inaccurate films, what about them is inaccurate, and why. Includes pictures of the actual historical events.
A look at the myth of World War II as the "good war." Using combat veteran Eugene Sledge's actual account, this myth will be fully examined.
A critical analysis of the novel Dracula. More than just a horror story, the novel also explores themes of xenophobia and sexism.
A look at the strange, yet wonderful short story, "The Nose" by Nikolai Gogol.
A look at the times and politics which produced one of the most popular folk records of all time: The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, and what the record did to the times.
Learn how the U.S. exported itself to European shores following World War II, and why Europeans in some instances accepted this importation, while rejecting it in others.
Learn a few tips on how to properly care for your vinyl record collection.
This article teaches readers how the eye functions in a very easy to understand way, through simplistic explanations and illustrations.
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