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  • The sock hop, a rockin' rollin' sock-footed dance craze of the 1950s was loved by all dancing teenagers. It was a well-chaperoned dance full of good clean fun and an economical way for teens to spend Saturday night.

    Sock Hops of the 1950s – What Were They?

    Sock Hops of the 1950s – What Were They?

    by Doris James-MizBejabbers39

  • 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 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 Abee64

  • Amelia Dyer, Victorian baby farmer, Ogress of Reading, and candidate to be Jill the Ripper, killed over 400 children to become one of the world’s worst serial killers.

    Amelia Dyer: The Victorian Baby Farmer

    Amelia Dyer: The Victorian Baby Farmer

    by Ann Carney3

  • 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 Historia15

  • The Russian Revolution of 1905 began on January 9, 1905 with the massacre in St. Petersburg, where troops fired on a peaceful crowd attempting to bring petitions for change to the Tsar. This day has been named Bloody Sunday. The crowd was led by Father George Gapon who formalized the demands of the revolutionaries to present them to Tsar Nicholas II. While Father Gapon was working with the radicals he became sympathetic to their cause and was the main author of “A Most Humble and Loyal Address,

    The Russian Revolution of 1905, The October Manifesto, and The Fundamental Laws of 1906

    The Russian Revolution of 1905, The October Manifesto, and The Fundamental Laws of 1906

    by enewcomer2

  • 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 Hunt53

  • The Tudors are one of England's most notorious and fascinating royal dynasties. The recent TV show took some enormous liberties with the facts of their lives. Find out some interesting, and real, facts about the Tudors.

    Interesting Facts About the Tudors

    Interesting Facts About the Tudors

    by Judi Brown29

  • Winter, 1926. In his tiny London laboratory, John Logie Baird turned down the lights on his small, invited audience. Moving images appeared in the darkness. The audience gasped. Television was born...

    John Logie Baird: The Man Who Invented Television

    John Logie Baird: The Man Who Invented Television

    by Amanda Littlejohn13

  • Alexander the Great was an amazing commander, but he was not the great general history sometimes sees.

    Alexander the Not-So-Great

    Alexander the Not-So-Great

    by ata151528

  • The French Revolution; Jacobins; Reign of Terror; Guillotine; Vendee Uprising; King Louis XVI; Robespierre; Bigot; Illuminati; Cult of Reason; Atheism; Communism; Feminism; Satanism; the Antichrist.

    The French Revolution: Cause and Effect

    The French Revolution: Cause and Effect

    by James A Watkins64

  • Jane Shore was born to a respectable, prosperous family during the War of the Roses, but she was to become notorious as Yorkist King Edward IV's mistress. So find out more about her amazing life

    Jane Shore - Famous Royal Mistress

    Jane Shore - Famous Royal Mistress

    by CMHypno10

  • 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

  • Around the landscape of Denmark can be seen evidence of trolls. Their caves, mounds, and holes dot the landscape. Are they really fierce savage monsters though?

    Trolls of Denmark

    Trolls of Denmark

    by Pollyanna Jones6

  • Young British men from upper-class families flocked to the colours in the First World War; for most, life in uniform was miserable and short.

    Junior Officers in World War One

    Junior Officers in World War One

    by Rupert Taylor2

  • If this old warship could talk, the stories she could tell. As the last dreadnaught still afloat, USS Texas is fighting the biggest battle of her life, age. The old girl's future remains unknown.

    What You Didn't Know About the Battleship Texas

    What You Didn't Know About the Battleship Texas

    by Jason Ponic3

  • Women with facial hair have drawn interest and have been exploited throughout history. Famous women who were oppressed because of their beards were often driven to advocate for others. Causes of facial hair growth in women are also explored.

    Bearded Ladies in History

    Bearded Ladies in History

    by Leah Lefler4

  • Some people think they know everything about Deadwood, South Dakota, but could they pass a history test that includes the true facts about the town and its people?

    Deadwood, South Dakota: Truth and Legend

    Deadwood, South Dakota: Truth and Legend

    by Gerry Glenn Jones3

  • The old expression to “set a thief to catch a thief” certainly applied to Jonathan Wild, who prowled the streets of London in the 18th century operating on both sides of the law.

    Jonathan Wild—Thief Taker

    Jonathan Wild—Thief Taker

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • 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 Bilyeu43

  • Queen Ahmose Nefertari was a powerful queen in Ancient Egypt and could be viewed as the mother of the 18th dynasty. Find out more about Ahmose Nefertari and her life in Ancient Egypt.

    Ancient Egyptian Queens - Ahmose Nefertari

    Ancient Egyptian Queens - Ahmose Nefertari

    by CMHypno13

  • History is littered with really bad weapons that have actually been taken into battle. Despite the mortal danger that these design flaws pose, there is something humorous about their Wile E. Coyote nature. Here are 10 of my absolute favorites.

    Top 10 Worst Military Weapons in the History of Modern War

    Top 10 Worst Military Weapons in the History of Modern War

    by Blake Atkinson17

  • Harriet Mordaunt paid heavily for her dalliance with a future king that unmasked spicy goings-on in the highest ranks of society.

    A Right Royal Victorian Scandal

    A Right Royal Victorian Scandal

    by Rupert Taylor2

  • 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

  • The Roman Empire created the modern world. Its political and social institutions survive today. What would the world be like if the Romans had never built their empire?

    What If the Roman Empire Had Never Existed?

    What If the Roman Empire Had Never Existed?

    by Robert P16

  • Who were the parents of Tutankhamun? Little is still known about the life and death of the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun, but recent DNA analysis on royal mummies of the Amarna period have produced some surprising results

    Parents of Tutankhamun?– Royal Mummy DNA Tested

    Parents of Tutankhamun?– Royal Mummy DNA Tested

    by CMHypno10

  • 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 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 McKeown16

  • Liubo was once one of the most popular games in China, played by men and women alike. Recent discoveries are telling us more about this ancient game.

    The Mysterious Game of Liubo

    The Mysterious Game of Liubo

    by Tiffany R Isselhardt5

  • Ann Waswo produces a book which connects housing to the rest of society and history, although sometimes in a way which provides a somewhat narrow slice of life.

    Housing in Postwar Japan Review

    Housing in Postwar Japan Review

    by Ryan Thomas0

  • They risk their lives to entertain us and the famed waterfall has an irresistible attraction for a certain type of person.

    The Daredevils of Niagara Falls

    The Daredevils of Niagara Falls

    by Rupert Taylor2

  • 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

  • He is the most famous pirate of all time, yet many of the stories told about Blackbeard are more myth than fact. This hub examines several myths about Blackbeard, and reveals the truth behind these stories.

    Myths and Facts about Blackbeard the Pirate

    Myths and Facts about Blackbeard the Pirate

    by Glen Nunes13

  • 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 Burns43

  • The values of the Cult of Domesticity focused on the happiness of the family unit and the wholeness of the home. Popular in the 1800s to early 1900s, 1950s, and now 2010s as the New Domesticity.

    The Cult of Domesticity: Values Past and Present

    The Cult of Domesticity: Values Past and Present

    by Stove And Home22

  • Many modern houses are built of bricks, mortar and concrete. Who invented bricks? When were they first used? How is concrete made? This article explores the history of these common building materials.

    Who Invented Bricks, Mortar, and Concrete?

    Who Invented Bricks, Mortar, and Concrete?

    by Amanda Littlejohn6

  • The stability brought about by the Tokugawa Shogunate allowed for the development of a true fashion industry in Japan. Today, we'll examine the emergence of the modern kimono.

    History of Kimono: The Edo Period

    History of Kimono: The Edo Period

    by Katie Armstrong0

  • The loss of Native American culture is perhaps one of the greatest tragedies America has every known. Below I will briefly explore one of their beautiful traditions and its history.

    The Cleansing Traditions of Native Americans

    The Cleansing Traditions of Native Americans

    by Kim Langford0

  • Who are some of the most notable First Ladies of the United States? How did they contribute to the success of their husband’s careers in politics and to the life of their country?

    First Ladies: The Wives of the U.S. Presidents

    First Ladies: The Wives of the U.S. Presidents

    by Catherine Giordano20

  • A brief description of five of the greatest and the most powerful Islamic Empires in history...

    Five Great Islamic Empires

    Five Great Islamic Empires

    by StormsHalted16

  • 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 Hollinhead7

  • Rosemary Kennedy, the little known and sometimes forgotten Kennedy lived in a place known as St. Coletta of Wisconsin for most of her life. Brain damaged by a botched lobotomy at the very young age of 23, she needed lifetime care afterwards. My son worked at St. Coletta for over three years while in college, and I remember the day he came home to visit for the weekend and told us that the most famous resident of St. Coletta, Rosemary Kennedy, had passed away.

    Rosemary Kennedy and St. Coletta School for Exceptional Children of Wisconsin

    Rosemary Kennedy and St. Coletta School for Exceptional Children of Wisconsin

    by KathyH17

  • The telephone is an amazing piece of technology that has shaped our lives in more ways than we can possibly imagine. It is such a common item today that we barely even think about it - we just take for granted that we will have access to a...

    A History of the Telephone System in the UK: 1875-1914

    A History of the Telephone System in the UK: 1875-1914

    by melissiaoliver3

  • Arizona's state seal features a miner for good reason. Hard rock gold mining, placer gold prospecting, and gold as a byproduct of copper mining have yielded huge treasure for the state.

    Gold—Legends and Finds in Arizona

    Gold—Legends and Finds in Arizona

    by John R Wilsdon1

  • Winston Churchill was one of the greatest wartime leaders of the 20th Century. Despite a privileged upbringing, he was a low achiever at school and had a rocky military and political career.

    20 Facts About Winston Churchill

    20 Facts About Winston Churchill

    by Paul Goodman3

  • Starting in 1992, Sarajevo, capital of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, was under siege that lasted from 1992 to 1996, the longest in modern history-- longer even than the Siege of Leningrad.

    The Siege of Sarajevo

    The Siege of Sarajevo

    by David Hunt14

  • Napoleon Bonaparte or ‘Little Corporal’ as he was called was a real war hero and a great leader of Europe. But his love life has no such greatness and his affairs with three different women were extraordinary and showed the paleness in the charisma of Napoleon.

    Napoleon Bonaparte and Three Women In His Life

    Napoleon Bonaparte and Three Women In His Life

    by Tom Marshal6

  • Yes, she was real, the most famous ghost ship ever. After she was found adrift in the 1830s, the Mary Celeste seems to have been forgotten. What happened to the "ghost ship" afterwards?

    Whatever Happened to the Mary Celeste Ghost Ship?

    Whatever Happened to the Mary Celeste Ghost Ship?

    by Jason Ponic1

  • Downton Abbey portrays a grand house with many servants, but what was life really like for a typical Victorian servant? Maids of all work were often the only servant and had to do all the work!

    The Miserable Life of a Victorian Maid of All Work

    The Miserable Life of a Victorian Maid of All Work

    by Ruthbro3

  • This article explores the life and character of Nat Turner; famous leader of the Southampton Slave Insurrection.

    Nat Turner: Quick Facts

    Nat Turner: Quick Facts

    by Larry Slawson4

  • 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 Yong2

  • War is a great opportunity for profit; product has to be created only to be destroyed and created again and confusion leads to creative accounting.

    Profiteering in World War I

    Profiteering in World War I

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • Feudalism shaped the Middle Ages in Europe and defined the social and economic relationships between people from the 9th through to the 15th century. Here are 15 facts about Feudalism.

    15 Facts About Feudalism

    15 Facts About Feudalism

    by Paul Goodman22

  • In ancient Israel, Egypt, and Mesopotamia, few virtues were more respected and revered than wisdom. While its exact definition varied from culture to culture, it was nevertheless an ideal in which to aspire to, and those possessing it exhibited...

    The Pursuit of Wisdom in Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Israel

    The Pursuit of Wisdom in Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Israel

    by Jason Reuter5

  • The Bretons are descendants of the Britons, who emigrated from southwestern Great Britain to the farthest western shores of Brittany, France and brought the Brittonic Celtic languages with them.

    The Bretons of Brittany, France

    The Bretons of Brittany, France

    by Suzette Walker42

  • Of all the great historical figures that have shaped the world down the ages. Which ten have had the most profound effect on both human and natural history.

    10 People Who Changed History

    10 People Who Changed History

    by James Kenny99

  • 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 modern nation-state arose out of the collapses of the European feudal order and the Roman church monopoly. This article gives an overview of the rise of the nation-state in Europe and then its expansion world-wide.

    The Rise of the Nation-State

    The Rise of the Nation-State

    by William R Bowen Jr4

  • We have all heard about the various inventions of Edison. Not many know about the contributions of Nikola Tesla. Tesla was a genius and deserves more credit and respect than what was given to him.

    Why Nikola Tesla Was a Better Inventor Than Edison

    Why Nikola Tesla Was a Better Inventor Than Edison

    by Sudhir5

  • The tiny feet of women who had their feet bound since childhood in China were deemed attractive, erotic, and a sure way to find a rich husband. Foot binding was painful, but practiced in old China.

    Chinese Foot Binding

    Chinese Foot Binding

    by jlshernandez45

  • William Wallace is most often associated by many with the movie, Braveheart. William Wallace, however, was very real and this page looks at the truth behind the myths.

    William Wallace, Braveheart - The True Story

    William Wallace, Braveheart - The True Story

    by Gordon N Hamilton27

  • Hailed as the "father of his country," even during his lifetime, George Washington is without doubt one of the most important figures from American history. Here are 20 Washington facts.

    20 Facts About George Washington

    20 Facts About George Washington

    by Paul Goodman1

  • France's 1940 army was a more powerful force than it is as remembered as, but also suffered from serious shortcomings.

    The French Army in 1940

    The French Army in 1940

    by Ryan Thomas1

  • 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 Judi Brown31

  • Julius Caesar is often considered a tyrant. This article argues that he was simply a popular leader living in a different and difficult time.

    Julius Caesar: Tyrant or Populist?

    Julius Caesar: Tyrant or Populist?

    by ata15153

  • Austro-Hungarian armies lost their battles in 1914 in a bloody and lopsided fashion, and then ultimately lost the Great War. The reasons behind this are explored below.

    The Austro-Hungarian Army in 1914

    The Austro-Hungarian Army in 1914

    by Ryan Thomas2

  • Theseus is one of the most famous of the Greek heroes. This is the story of how he entered the deadly maze of the Labyrinth and encountered the Minotaur, half-man and half-beast.

    The Greek Myth of Theseus and the Minotaur

    The Greek Myth of Theseus and the Minotaur

    by SarahLMaguire3

  • Though everyone knows the famous ones, there are actually 33 Greater London bridges across the Thames from the Tower to Hampton Court.

    Bridges on the River Thames

    Bridges on the River Thames

    by DJ Hurst2

  • Late in the Victorian era, men in high places were in the habit of visiting a brothel in London to engage in homosexual acts with teenage boys.

    The Cleveland Street Scandal

    The Cleveland Street Scandal

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • According to Wikipedia, H.G. Wells wrote: "In the history of the world there have been thousands of kings and emperors who call themselves "their highnesses," "their majesties", and "their exalted majesties" and so on. They shone for a brief...

    Ashok: A Short Biography of Ashoka the Great of India

    Ashok: A Short Biography of Ashoka the Great of India

    by larryfreeman127

  • The front line troops in the trenches of World War 1, like soldiers in every war, devised their own slang to describe their world. Some terms will be familiar, some will not.

    World War 1 History: Front Line Slang

    World War 1 History: Front Line Slang

    by David Hunt18

  • Cats have endeared themselves to famous creative people throughout history. Discover some of the writers, inventors, philosophers and solitaries they've inspired.

    Famous Cat Lovers in History

    Famous Cat Lovers in History

    by FlourishAnyway130

  • Queen Elizabeth I of England had been a robust woman all of her life, and a renowned beauty. But within the space of 6 months, between 1602 and 1603, her health deteriorated suddenly and she died. This article explores how she may have been a victim of the quest for the fashionable ideal of her day.

    The Death of Queen Elizabeth I: Was She Poisoned?

    The Death of Queen Elizabeth I: Was She Poisoned?

    by Mary Phelan0

  • Traditional wedding customs are an important part of weddings around the globe. Each culture has their own unique customs which make weddings meaningful and enjoyable. German weddings are rich with numerous customs which would make a wonderful...

    German Wedding Customs

    German Wedding Customs

    by Seabastian14

  • 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 sszukala18

  • 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

  • "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

  • Was the Mongol leader castrated by a princess, killed in battle, or did he fall from his horse and die from pneumonia?

    The Death of Genghis Khan

    The Death of Genghis Khan

    by Thomas Swan0

  • 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 Lion22

  • Cajuns, Mardi Gras, Voodoo, jazz, the French Quarter, Storyville, hurricanes, floods, the Mississippi River, the Big Easy. Explore the unusual history of New Orleans.

    The History, Culture, and Music of New Orleans

    The History, Culture, and Music of New Orleans

    by James A Watkins57

  • A look into the history of the Titanic and the legacy of its passengers. Stories of those people who died and those who survived when the Titanic sank on April 14th 1912. The third-class passengers had the most deaths.

    Stories of Families Who Survived or Died on The Titanic

    Stories of Families Who Survived or Died on The Titanic

    by L M Reid31

  • Adolf Hitler's name has become synonymous with evil due to the horrific treatment of the Jewish race. Yet, few now who this man was or the path that led him down such a dark path.

    Biography of Adolf Hitler: Artist, Writer, Dictator

    Biography of Adolf Hitler: Artist, Writer, Dictator

    by Angela Michelle Schultz4

  • 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

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