The American civil war shaped the future destiny of the United States. What would have happened if the Confederacy had won instead?
You've heard of people embracing the 1950s, shunning modern society in exchange for a life ensconced in a different time era. Now is the time for unconventional people to live a life in the 1980s.
‘Never Forget’ Though these two words may mean nothing to you, to those whose ancestors perished by stake, drowning, flame, and other forms of torture during the Crusades, the Inquisitions, the Native American Genocides, and countless other atrocities before and since these times; they...
In Federalist #10, James Madison argues that the greatest vice of popular government is its vulnerability to problems caused by factions, special interest groups who, in supporting their own interests, occasionally undermine the rights of other...
How did ancient cultures react to the raw power of meteorites? One would assume that they were in awe of the falling rocks, and there is plenty of evidence to suggest that was indeed the case.
Marseille grew from been an Ancient Greek colony and over time became one of the most important French military ports along it's southern coastline. This article highlights facts about the city.
Being a Ghigau, Nancy was not only allowed to sit in on counsel with the male leaders, but also had the power to spare captives. One such captive was Lydia Russell who was injured when she was captured just a day before a battle at Fort Watauga settlement which is now Elizabethton, Tennessee.
An article looking into the living conditions of the urban poor in the 1800s. The 1800s was a time of enormous change. The industrial revolution changed Britain's urban landscape forever.
This article looks at the history of the Celts in central Europe, as well as the six Celtic nations of northwestern Europe. Were they all the same Celts? Read this article for an introduction to the historical debate.
There are over three million shipwrecks on the ocean floor. Here are some of the best examples!