Victoria and Albert were married for 21 years- not a particularly long marriage but their nine children and 36 grand children had a great effect on the shaping of the world in the early twentieth century
The consequencies of World War 1, the cost of war and the aftermath of war.
Rudolf von Eschwege was the only German fighter pilot on the Balkan Front. He was so successful that the British finally resorted to setting a diabolical trap for the “Eagle of the Aegean Sea”.
World war 1 a day in the trenches, a look into the daily routine of a soldiers life in the trenches of world war 1
Recounting the story of the families that lived through the explosion of the Woodward Iron and Coal Company mine in Pleasant Grove Alabama. Telling the memories of the ones that lost family during that tragic event.
Memories of "Duck and Cover" drills done in schools back in the 1950's and early 60's. Many people have vivid memories of these drills and at the time there was a cartoon film shown in schools called "Duck and Cover."
The Arctic Convoys took place in WW2 and they carried arms and materials to the Soviet Union after this country was attacked by Germany. This was an important and valiant Allied war effort
The Hereditary Health Courts of Nazi Germany gave rulings whereby at east 375,00 german people were forcibly sterllised to stop "inferior" reproduction.
France's 1940 army was a more powerful force than it is as remembered as, but also suffered from serious shortcomings.
When the British made life difficult for German submarines, the U-boats began patrolling US waters. They enjoyed so much success against the unprepared Americans, they called it the Second Happy Time.