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  • Charles E. Boles had numerous aliases but he was known to all in California as Black Bart, the stagecoach robber.

    Black Bart: A Courteous Robber

    Black Bart: A Courteous Robber

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • Edward VIII gave up his throne in 1936 to marry a divorcée and then played along with Nazis in hopes of getting his crown back.

    The Duke of Windsor’s Betrayal

    The Duke of Windsor’s Betrayal

    by Rupert Taylor5

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  • Hazrath Abdullah Bin Abbas was one of Prophet Muhammad's cousins and one of the early Qur'an scholars. A young man of maturity. Beloved companion of Prophet (pbuh).

    Who Was Hazrath Abdullah Bin Abbas?

    Who Was Hazrath Abdullah Bin Abbas?

    by Zoya Ammar2

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  • One of the most notorious criminals in English history was convicted of murdering his wife in 1910; new evidence implies an innocent man was hanged.

    Was Dr. Hawley Crippen Innocent?

    Was Dr. Hawley Crippen Innocent?

    by Rupert Taylor6

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  • Catalonia has a rich and varied history, transforming from a tribal confederation through Roman, Barbarian and French rule until joining Aragon in the Spanish world.

    Catalonia: Forged in History

    Catalonia: Forged in History

    by ata15151

  • Three generations of the Kim family have governed North Korea with iron-fisted control for almost 70 years.

    North Korea’s Kim Family

    North Korea’s Kim Family

    by Rupert Taylor0

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  • St John of the Cross was named the patron of Spanish poets in 1952 by the Spanish Ministry of National Education. His most beautiful poem was composed while suffering in prison.

    A Poet in Prison: Saint John of the Cross

    A Poet in Prison: Saint John of the Cross

    by Bede4

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