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  • From cave paintings to the Internet, the development of the media has been one of bringing information to larger audiences faster.

    A Short History of Media

    A Short History of Media

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • The Native Hawaiian voyaging canoe, Hōkūleʻa, has crisscossed the Pacific Ocean and reinstilled pride in a native culture. Now she & her skilled crew are on a worldwide voyage without instruments.

    Hōkūle'a Breeds a New Generation of Voyaging Canoes

    Hōkūle'a Breeds a New Generation of Voyaging Canoes

    by Stephanie Launiu5

  • Catapults have a certain mystique and a very long history. They have been used in warfare and in fun competitions. Here are resources to help you learn more about catapults and how to make them.

    All About Catapults

    All About Catapults

    by The Lion16

  • The pope is supposed to be the man closest to God but what have we here? A history of debauchery, blood lust, unholy fornication, jealousy, murder, and nihilism? These men could compete and win as the world's biggest sleezemongers on any reality TV show.

    Popes Gone Wild: What the Catholic Church Would Rather You Forget

    Popes Gone Wild: What the Catholic Church Would Rather You Forget

    by Theophanes120

  • Osho is well known today for his quotes and insightful sayings. However, there is another more questionable and controversial side to Osho that many people do not know about!

    Who Is Osho?

    Who Is Osho?

    by Bridget F9

  • It is said that the city of Buffalo got its name from the creek that it is built around. But the question is then, why was the creek named Buffalo? How did the creek become known as Buffalo Creek?

    How Buffalo, New York Got Its Name

    How Buffalo, New York Got Its Name

    by Drew Overholt0

  • What is the cost of war? A rundown of the financial and human costs of World War 1 by country.

    World War 1: The Cost of War

    World War 1: The Cost of War

    by James Paterson25

  • Artwork discoveries show that pottery and ceramics production goes way back. Even the cave men made similar objects with basic painted designs, crudely inscribed etchings, and inscriptions...

    History of Earthenware Pottery and Ceramics

    History of Earthenware Pottery and Ceramics

    by artsofthetimes2

  • Jimmy Carter - former president of the United States, peanut farmer, naval officer, humanitarian, Nobel Prize winner, and so much more. The story of this amazing man continues.

    Jimmy Carter: A Short Biography

    Jimmy Carter: A Short Biography

    by Doug West2

  • The fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist factory changed the way the public looked at workers' rights. Workers locked in a garment mill could not escape the inferno that erupted when a scrap bin ignited.

    Fashion History: The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

    Fashion History: The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

    by Dolores Monet6

  • The War of 1812, or as it is sometimes called “second war of independence,” was a military conflict between the United States and Great Britain, which started in 1812 and ended in 1815. Though no official borders changed as a result of the war, it did solidify America into one nation.

    The War of 1812: America’s Forgotten War That United a Nation

    The War of 1812: America’s Forgotten War That United a Nation

    by Doug West6

  • At one time the Greek god Cronus was the supreme deity of the Greek pantheon, he was though, usurped by his own son Zeus, and relegated to the periphery of religion in Ancient Greece.

    The Titan God Cronus in Greek Mythology

    The Titan God Cronus in Greek Mythology

    by Colin Quartermain0

  • Smithfield is an area of London known for its famous meat markets and quaint old streets and buildings. But did you know it was also where executions took place and heretics burned at the stake?

    Famous Executions at Smithfield

    Famous Executions at Smithfield

    by CMHypno12

  • One of the most recognisable of figures of Greek mythology, Atlas was not a god of Mount Olympus, but was from the preceding Titan dynasty. Atlas would be an enemy of Zeus and would be punished.

    The Titan Atlas in Greek Mythology

    The Titan Atlas in Greek Mythology

    by Colin Quartermain0

  • Over time, views of history and historical figures often change. The legacy of Christopher Columbus is no exception as our 21st-century view of the Great Mariner differs from that of the 20th century.

    Christopher Columbus Trivia for the 21st Century

    Christopher Columbus Trivia for the 21st Century

    by Harry Nielsen0

  • During the 1800s, Oklahoma was a wild and rugged place, full of outlaws and almost devoid of law. These treasure tales from Oklahoma tell the story of a number of outlaw treasure gained and then lost again. Somewhere in the heart of Oklahoma lies several million dollars of buried loot.

    Three Fascinating Tales of Buried Treasure in Oklahoma

    Three Fascinating Tales of Buried Treasure in Oklahoma

    by Eric Standridge4

  • Where were you in 1965? This year had it's ups and downs. From Diet Pepsi, to the Beatles and the war in Vietnam, 1965 was history in the making...

    Flashback Facts From 1965

    Flashback Facts From 1965

    by Linda Bilyeu42

  • This is a discussion about the most well known of the Mughal rulers and compares each one's varying degrees of religious tolerance.

    Religious Toleration in Mughal India

    Religious Toleration in Mughal India

    by Beverly Hollinhead3

  • Grinding poverty forced families to send children as young as three off to work in the most appalling conditions imaginable.

    Child Labour in Victorian Britain

    Child Labour in Victorian Britain

    by Rupert Taylor3

  • The history of British pub signs is a long and fascinating one. A trip around the pubs of England takes you on a journey through myth, legend, heraldry, sport, religion, transport, famous people and so much more.

    English Pub Signs: A Short History

    English Pub Signs: A Short History

    by CMHypno27

  • The Salem witch trials have fascinated historians for centuries, largely because of their bizarre nature and the great uncertainty that surrounds them. One of the most intensely debated topics is the question of why the girls began to accuse seemingly random townspeople of witchcraft. However, there is little evidence to support any theory, and consequently historians are forced to rely heavily on speculation. Many, including author and scientist Linnda Caporael, have found the traditional theor

    What Caused the Salem Witch Trials?

    What Caused the Salem Witch Trials?

    by Josh Wilmoth36

  • Artistic depictions of St. Aloysius Gonzaga are often overly sentimental, giving the impression that he was a weakling. The real St. Aloysius had formidable will power and manly virtue.

    The Real Saint Aloysius Gonzaga

    The Real Saint Aloysius Gonzaga

    by Bede16

  • People once held beliefs regarding spirits, deities, beliefs, and rituals evolved around the home. This article discusses folk beliefs and customs related to the traditional European household.

    European Household Magic

    European Household Magic

    by Carolyn Emerick7

  • "Stone Carvings of Cambodia" is a hub about the world-famous Khmer stone carvings, their history, and the culture that gave rise to them. Also discussed in this hub are the rise and fall of Angkor and Angkor Wat.

    Stone Carvings of Cambodia

    Stone Carvings of Cambodia

    by truefaith713

  • Richard Nixon was the thirty-seventh President of the United States, in office between 1969 and 1974. Nixon had to resign due to the Watergate scandal and cover-up.

    Richard Nixon–An Embattled President

    Richard Nixon–An Embattled President

    by Doug West2

  • Every military commander to follow him in history has revered Alexander the Great. He is the standard by which every conqueror has not only been judged by historians but also by themselves.

    Alexander the Great: Military Genius or God

    Alexander the Great: Military Genius or God

    by Anita Smith12

  • Bartholomew "Black Bart' Roberts although not the most famous pirate of the seven seas was certainly the most prolific pirate of the Golden Age of Piracy. He became a pirate not by choice but by force; however, he embraced his new career with fervor when he became captain of his own ship. Although he was a religious man, having a clergy man on board his ship, he was often cruel in his dealings with captives. Read on to discover more facts about Black Bart the Pirate.

    Facts on Pirate "Black Bart" Roberts

    Facts on Pirate "Black Bart" Roberts

    by Teresa Coppens7

  • There are quite a few fun facts about Roman law that are not very well recognized today. Some of them are actually less fun on account of the severity of the punishment certain crimes received.

    Fun Facts About Ancient Roman Law and Punishment

    Fun Facts About Ancient Roman Law and Punishment

    by Haunty12

  • Metals have a variety of physical traits that limit the shapes and forms into which decorative metal works can be fashioned.

    History of Decorative Metal Works

    History of Decorative Metal Works

    by artsofthetimes3

  • When it comes to Mesoamerican and South American civilizations, nothing is much known about their gods and mythologies. While there are sufficient scriptures written about the ancient eastern civilizations such as Mesopotamia, Greece, India and...

    Incas and India: The God Connection

    Incas and India: The God Connection

    by Karthik Kashyap8

  • Painter Frida Kahlo and entertainer extraordinaire Josephine Baker were both powerful and inspiring in many ways. While both were married to men, they frequently had affairs with women.

    When Frida Kahlo Set Her Eyes on Josephine Baker

    When Frida Kahlo Set Her Eyes on Josephine Baker

    by Corinna Nicole27

  • The Tudor Period of English history was, by and large, a time of relative prosperity and peace, but periodic rebellions still popped up to irritate, and sometimes endanger the monarchs.

    Causes of the Tudor Rebellions

    Causes of the Tudor Rebellions

    by Christy Kirwan3

  • Fells Point, in Baltimore, Maryland, is a waterfront area filled with 18th-century homes. The National Historic Register of Places recognizes Fells Point's historic and architectural significance.

    Fells Point and the History of Baltimore, Maryland

    Fells Point and the History of Baltimore, Maryland

    by Dolores Monet2

  • The consequences of the Industrial Revolution seemed answered by Social Darwinism. But, through Carnegie and Alger, we see that Populism and Progressivism were responses to strengthen the Republic.

    The Industrial Revolution and Social Darwinism

    The Industrial Revolution and Social Darwinism

    by Karre Schaefer0

  • For nearly a decade, the relentless waves battered the beached remains of a once mighty ocean liner. Salvo after salvo pummeled the wreck until there was nothing left.

    How the Waves Destroyed the SS American Star

    How the Waves Destroyed the SS American Star

    by Jason Ponic8

  • Between 1899-1902, the world's largest empire fought a drawn out war against two small and poorly armed republics. What should have been a routine victory instead revealed the limits of British power.

    African History: The Second Boer War

    African History: The Second Boer War

    by James Kenny32

  • The 8 Wives of Ivan The Terrible - Ivan IV Vasilyevich of Russia was married 8 times, but can he be blamed for the execution or divorce of the wives he replaced?

    The 8 Wives of Ivan The Terrible

    The 8 Wives of Ivan The Terrible

    by Thomas Swan20

  • Americans often assume that most German civilians knew next to nothing about Hitlers Final Solution and were unaware that the SS controlled and administered the concentration camp system. While the death camps were located in conquered Poland, hundreds and hundreds of concentrations camps were scattered across the populated areas of Germany, most within walking or biking distance of towns and cities. They were not hidden; they served as public warning to opponents of the Nazi regime.

    What Did Most Germans Know About the Nazi Concentration Camp System?

    What Did Most Germans Know About the Nazi Concentration Camp System?

    by Theresa Ast196

  • Intro: Athens is one of the best known cities of the ancient world. With a rich culture and a legendary legacy it is one of the best known cities of the ancient world. The Athenians endured famine, plague, wars, and the destruction of their city but...

    The Golden Age of Athens

    The Golden Age of Athens

    by Anonemuss23

  • The Meiji Restoration, or the Meiji Revolution, had and has a controversial image in Japan. This discusses some articles on the subject and the opinion of Japanese liberals and socialists on it.

    Remembering the Meiji Restoration

    Remembering the Meiji Restoration

    by Ryan Thomas2

  • Japan and Europe did not have any direct contact with one another during the medieval ages, but they still developed very similar feudal systems. Warriors dominated the society and are bound by codes of ethics and obedience to their Lords. The main...

    Short Comparison of Chivalry and Bushido

    Short Comparison of Chivalry and Bushido

    by sszukala12

  • Celtic Ireland, the time between the Bronze Age and before the coming of Christianity in the 4th century AD, is often looked on as something of a golden age in Irish history. At this time, the island was home to a rich and flourishing culture with...

    History of Ireland: Life in Celtic Ireland

    History of Ireland: Life in Celtic Ireland

    by Marie McKeown7

  • The Victoria age which spanned from 1837 to 1901, saw great changes in technology, industrialization and population growth. Those with the means employed servants for every aspect of running a home. In fact the 1851 census of England, Scotland and...

    The Roles and Responsibilities of Female Victorian Servants

    The Roles and Responsibilities of Female Victorian Servants

    by Ruthbro5

  • The last 100 years in its reign, the dynasty was riddled with problems and became weaker and weaker as timed progressed—however, China did not go down without a fight.

    The Decline and Collapse of the Qing Dynasty

    The Decline and Collapse of the Qing Dynasty

    by HARRIS15

  • Recently, I was talking with a colleague at work and I mentioned that civilizations usually only last 500 years. The only problem was that I couldn't remember where I had heard that. In fact, I wasn't all that sure that I was right. I know that the...

    How Long Did the Empires of Ancient Civilizations Last?

    How Long Did the Empires of Ancient Civilizations Last?

    by larryfreeman111

  • The medieval jester grew out of ancient traditions of the comic actor. Many diverses cultures around the world have had some form of the jester, but the medieval court jester is the most iconic.

    History of the Medieval Jester

    History of the Medieval Jester

    by bewhuebner15

  • The earliest inhabitants of Greece were probably Mousterian hunter-gatherers who roamed the region during the Middle Palaeolithic period. By 4000 BC Neolithic villages were established in most fertile lowland regions. The earliest cities date from...

    The Rise of Ancient Greece

    The Rise of Ancient Greece

    by Historia7

  • Woodrow Wilson was our 28th President and an amazing man, here is a brief history of this great man who is well known for his speech on the Fourteen Points.

    Woodrow Wilson: 28th President During WWI

    Woodrow Wilson: 28th President During WWI

    by Angela Michelle Schultz2

  • A tribute to the Allied Merchant Navy in WW2, this article describes the convoy tactic that was fundamental during the Battle of the Atlantic (1939-1945) as a defense against the German U.Boats and their so-called wolf packs. The losses to shipping escalated until 1942, when at last the Allies were able to tilt the balance. The merchant sailors were civilians who faced terrible conditions with a high loss of life. They deserve our deep respect and to be remembered with profound gratitude.

    World War II Convoys in the Battle of the Atlantic, 1939-1945

    World War II Convoys in the Battle of the Atlantic, 1939-1945

    by Joan Veronica Robertson22

  • Birds and man have a long history of weaving intricate objects, materials, and patterns. Read about these fascinating facts woven into this article.

    7 Historical Facts About Weaving

    7 Historical Facts About Weaving

    by Frances Metcalfe1

  • During the opening weeks of Hitler's war on the Western Front, thousands of soldiers of the British Expeditionary Force and the French First Army, with their backs to the sea, were evacuated from the beaches of Dunkirk in nine desperate days of fighting.

    World War II: The Battle and Evacuation of Dunkirk

    World War II: The Battle and Evacuation of Dunkirk

    by James Kenny17

  • The intent of this article is to provide some history about a Cold War-era defense radar project in which I participated—the AN-FPS 24 Search Radar System.

    Searching the Skies During the Cold War Era

    Searching the Skies During the Cold War Era

    by Conley Stallard7

  • Vlad III Dracula was known after his death as Vlad the Impaler (Tepes) and had a reputation of being an evil and sadistic madman who resorted to unusual, brutal and bizarre methods of killing his victims. What was Vlad really like as a ruler and warlord?

    Vlad III Dracula of Wallachia: Evil Villain or Hero?

    Vlad III Dracula of Wallachia: Evil Villain or Hero?

    by Phyllis Doyle Burns42

  • Chinese Empresses seldom feature prominently in the history of the Middle Kingdom. When they do, however, they leave legacies that horrify or inspire for centuries.

    Top 5 Chinese Empresses You Should Know About

    Top 5 Chinese Empresses You Should Know About

    by Kuan Leong Yong2

  • Imprisoned for helping the Jews and aiding the resistance in Nazi-occupied Holland, Cornelia "Corrie" ten Boom survived the Holocaust to found a worldwide ministry based on love and forgiveness.

    The Incredible Life of Corrie ten Boom

    The Incredible Life of Corrie ten Boom

    by Stephen Barnes5

  • Life was hard for soldiers and conscientious objectors alike during World War 1. Find out why men became "Conchies" and how they were treated.

    Conscientious Objectors During WW1

    Conscientious Objectors During WW1

    by Judith Hancock35

  • Plane crashes are disastrous events that lead to tragic loss of life. This article details the 5 worst plane crashes of all time and the effects they had on the aviation industry.

    5 of the Worst Plane Crashes in History

    5 of the Worst Plane Crashes in History

    by K S Lane3

  • She is the very last of the legendary liners and the final holder of the Blue Riband Speed Record. The SS United States Conservancy is fighting hard to perserve the ship for future generations.

    Whatever Happened to the SS United States?

    Whatever Happened to the SS United States?

    by Jason Ponic8

  • Between 1414 and 1532 about a dozen people were burned at the stake because they wanted the right to read the Bible in English.

    Amersham Martyrs Executed for Heresy

    Amersham Martyrs Executed for Heresy

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • After the end of World War Two, Japan was utterly devastated. History books might ignore them, but here's a tribute to the passionate people who helped rekindle the country's spirit.

    10 Japanese Post-War Heroes and Cultural Icons

    10 Japanese Post-War Heroes and Cultural Icons

    by Rachael Lefler1

  • 130 years after her death, Marie Laveau is still "the" Queen of Voodoo, but her life is more mystery than history. She couldn't read or write, and never gave an interview, never sat for a portrait.

    The REAL Marie Laveau, Voodoo Queen

    The REAL Marie Laveau, Voodoo Queen

    by Paige30

  • The Frisco and the KCS railroads had a major impact on the growth of Southeastern Oklahoma. This tells a little about their early development.

    Early Railroads of Southeast Oklahoma

    Early Railroads of Southeast Oklahoma

    by Eric Standridge2

  • Who is Perseus? Perseus is a hero of ancient Greek mythology who slew dragons--the Gorgon, Medusa, and the sea serpent, Cetus. He married Andromeda after rescuing her from Cetus.

    Who Is Perseus? Ancient Greek Dragon Slayer

    Who Is Perseus? Ancient Greek Dragon Slayer

    by Catherine Giordano11

  • During the Battle of the Bulge, Americans fought against a massive German onslaught. On Christmas Eve 1944, three American and four German soldiers honored a truce forced upon them by a German mother.

    About World War 2: A Small Christmas Truce

    About World War 2: A Small Christmas Truce

    by David Hunt51

  • George Washington was the first President of the United States. He served as Commander in Chief of the Continental Army. He helped a fledgling country become the greatest democracy in history.

    Short Guide to George Washington

    Short Guide to George Washington

    by AJ44

  • Goldilocks (often with three bears) seems like a simple story for children, but it has pretty interesting history and many surprising variations.

    The History Behind the Story of Goldilocks

    The History Behind the Story of Goldilocks

    by Tolovaj Publishing House61

  • The US produced many mental mindsets about communism and the USSR that forced it to undertake various actions throughout the Early Cold War, often ones which were less than advantageous to itself.

    American Fears and Mindsets of the Early Cold War

    American Fears and Mindsets of the Early Cold War

    by Ryan Thomas0

  • 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

  • The black plague, also known as the black death, is a disease caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis. It enters the body through the skin and travels via the lymph system. The bacteria live in the digestive tracts of fleas. The fleas, of course,...

    Cats and the Black Plague

    Cats and the Black Plague

    by Holle Abee61

  • The Thames is perhaps the UK's most famous river and it's certainly the longest in England. However, there are a lot more interesting facts to learn about the River Thames.

    Interesting Facts About the River Thames

    Interesting Facts About the River Thames

    by Judith Hancock31

  • The Sleep of King Arthur in Avalon, 1898 King Arthur is perhaps the most well-known subject in Anglophone literature. Not many other legends that originated over a millennium ago are still told as frequently and with such gusto today. But, what...

    The Evolution of King Arthur

    The Evolution of King Arthur

    by Carolyn Emerick27

  • The other day, as I was surfing through pictures of medieval torture devices (don't ask), I kept noticing that many such tools were invented by, or at least used in, the Spanish Inquisition. Soon I found myself jumping from one site to another...

    Torture Techniques of the Spanish Inquisition

    Torture Techniques of the Spanish Inquisition

    by JamesRay49

  • Many breakthroughs in Chinese culture happened in the Tang Dynasty, including the beginnings of paper-making, polo, and civilian participation in government, innovative literature and poetry.

    10. Fun Facts About the Tang Dynasty in China

    10. Fun Facts About the Tang Dynasty in China

    by Elyn MacInnis23

  • Brownies and House Elves feature prominently in the folklore of Northern Europe. But, they weren't always cuddly. In fact, poltergeist activity was often attributed to an angry brownie!

    When Brownies Turn Bad

    When Brownies Turn Bad

    by Carolyn Emerick5

  • Within ten short years Florence Maybrick went from Alabama heiress to convicted English murderess. Accused of poisoning her British husband, James Maybrick, she received a notoriously unfair trial. In a further twist, her tragic story is now linked to the mysterious identity of Jack the Ripper.

    Florence Maybrick Murderer: Innocent or Guilty?

    Florence Maybrick Murderer: Innocent or Guilty?

    by Ann Carney0

  • what wash days were like sixty years ago before there were such things as automatic washing machines. Read this first hand account of what it was like in a working class home in Britain on wash day.

    Working Class Life in the 1940s - Wash Day

    Working Class Life in the 1940s - Wash Day

    by maggs22454

  • Lost in the woods of the Ardennes, a lone American artillery lieutenant sets out to fight his own war against the Germans.

    What Happened to Lt. Eric Wood?

    What Happened to Lt. Eric Wood?

    by CJ Kelly55

  • Immigration from Italy and the rest of Europe beginning in the 1950s for 50 years hence is known as THE SECOND WAVE of European Immigration. America was not even 100 years old yet in 1850!

    Italian Immigration to America in the 1850s

    Italian Immigration to America in the 1850s

    by Patty Inglish41

  • 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 Bede6

  • When a strong individual rises up to lead into the future, he can be perceived with mixed emotions. He could be seen as the answer to prayer or as the one destroying what once was strong. Peter the Great of Russia was such a figure. His personality...

    The Strength of Peter the Great of Russia

    The Strength of Peter the Great of Russia

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • Who first discovered America? Was it Columbus...or did somebody else get there first? If so, who? How do we know?

    Who First Discovered America?

    Who First Discovered America?

    by Tiffany R Isselhardt26

  • To understand Luther and the Protestant Reformation, one has to understand humanism. This Renaissance was a movement that would have man taking control of their own lives and souls: “man was now the creator of his own destiny.” This was the...

    Martin Luther's Humanism Education

    Martin Luther's Humanism Education

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • She was the small cruise ship that gained both fame and infamy during her 40 years as the Cunard Flagship. But after being replaced by Queen Mary 2 in 2008, where has she gone? Answer: Exile.

    Whatever Happened to the QE2?

    Whatever Happened to the QE2?

    by Jason Ponic10

  • The democracy of Athens did not occur overnight but developed through many types of government. The democracy that we know today traveled from monarchy through oligarchy, through tyrants and eventually made its way to the classical form of Athenian...

    The Evolution of Athenian Democracy

    The Evolution of Athenian Democracy

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • Tecumseh's death in 1813 is one of the most significant moments in American history depicted in a frieze in the rotunda at the U.S. Capitol. His death marked the end of his pan-Indian confederacy.

    Fallen Star: The Great Shawnee War Chief Tecumseh

    Fallen Star: The Great Shawnee War Chief Tecumseh

    by Mark Caruthers2

  • 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

  • The recent discovery of a series of Meso-American archaeological sites in the rain forest of Honduras has provided scientists with reason to re-examine their understanding of pre-Columbian history.

    La Ciudad Blanca: The White City of Honduras

    La Ciudad Blanca: The White City of Honduras

    by Harry Nielsen6

  • We all need to make decisions in life. Some are of little consequence, while others can be stressful. The failure to know both sides of an argument causes confusion and uncertainty. Ben Franklin listed pros and cons to help make important decisions when faced with conflicts.

    How Ben Franklin Made a Decision-Making Formula Out of Pros and Cons

    How Ben Franklin Made a Decision-Making Formula Out of Pros and Cons

    by Glenn Stok11

  • After over five years of war and more than 55 million deaths, the most feared empire in modern history met its end in Berlin. At its center was the paranoid, drug-transformed emperor, Adolf Hitler.

    Berlin April 1945 : The Devil's Cauldron

    Berlin April 1945 : The Devil's Cauldron

    by Mark Caruthers3

  • With a few millennia of history, China has a long list of glorious heroes. Here are five of the most famous Chinese heroes. Beloved for their moral uprightness, sense of justice and patriotism.

    5 Chinese Heroes You Should Know About

    5 Chinese Heroes You Should Know About

    by Kuan Leong Yong0

  • China has enjoyed many golden ages throughout history, but it has also repeatedly suffered under nightmarish tyrants. Here are the 10 most terrible Chinese Emperors to have ruled the Middle Kingdom.

    Top 10 Terrible Chinese Emperors

    Top 10 Terrible Chinese Emperors

    by Kuan Leong Yong0

  • It is the disaster of which everyone has heard. There have been greater losses of life, and catastrophes which have changed the world in more fundamental ways, yet none stay in the collective memory in the way that Titanic does. Why should this be so?

    The Unsinkable Legend of the Titanic—100 Years After the Disaster

    The Unsinkable Legend of the Titanic—100 Years After the Disaster

    by Greensleeves Hubs10

  • Artemis was the Goddess of the Hunt and the Goddess of the Moon in Greek mythology. She also falls into a category known as "virgin" goddesses, just meaning that she felt complete by herself.

    Artemis: Archetype and Goddess of the Hunt and Moon

    Artemis: Archetype and Goddess of the Hunt and Moon

    by Jean Bakula24

  • The first people in Ireland were hunter gatherers, and they almost certainly migrated from Britain to Ireland as the last ice age ended. The earliest known site of human habitation in Ireland is at Mountsandel, near Coleraine in Northern Ireland....

    A Brief History of Ireland's First People

    A Brief History of Ireland's First People

    by Marie McKeown13

  • Therapy has progressed from driving out demons through violence and abuse to psychoanalysis and medication with lobotomies and electroconvulsive shocks along the way.

    A Short History of Mental Illness Treatment

    A Short History of Mental Illness Treatment

    by Rupert Taylor3

  • Cambridge is one of the quintessential university towns in the UK and it has a long & interesting history. Here are 5 facts about the city of Cambridge and its history you may not have heard.

    5 Things You May Not Know About Cambridge

    5 Things You May Not Know About Cambridge

    by Izzy Evans1

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