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  • During the 17th century, the first Europeans that settled in the Middle Colonies of British North America – composed of Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania – were the Dutch and Swedish Lutherans. In 1681, William Penn, a Quaker,...

    Religious Tolerance in the Middle Colonies

    Religious Tolerance in the Middle Colonies

    by explorations1

  • Serial killers are among the world's most depraved, evil individuals, but there is no doubt that we find them completely fascinating. This article profiles some of the most well-known serial killers of the 20th century. The overview of their crimes will give you chills.

    6 of History's Most Notorious Serial Killers

    6 of History's Most Notorious Serial Killers

    by Jaynie200020

  • 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

  • In July 1940 Hitler stood poised on the Channel coast, ready to invade England. He drew up a seemingly elaborate plan called Operation Sealion that was ambitious but foolproof at first glance. However, a closer look seems to suggest otherwise...

    World War II: Operation Sealion

    World War II: Operation Sealion

    by James Kenny21

  • 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

  • Explore Ancient Greece through fun, hands-on activities your homeschoolers or classroom students will love. Learn about the Gods, myths, geography and geometry. Come step back to Greeks of Old...

    Ancient Greece: A Unit Study

    Ancient Greece: A Unit Study

    by Evelyn Saenz31

  • 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

  • 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 Ponic13

  • Founded in 1832, Skullyville was one of Oklahoma’s oldest, most important towns. Throughout its brief but turbulent existence, Skullyville served as the capitol of the Choctaw Nation, was a key stop on the renowned Butterfield Stage Route, was ravaged by the bloody Civil War, and was known as a cultural and educational center.

    Skullyville, Oklahoma: Gold, Choctaws, and Covered Wagons

    Skullyville, Oklahoma: Gold, Choctaws, and Covered Wagons

    by Eric Standridge13

  • Hockey, football, rugby, baseball. Contemporary ball games have roots in the athletic competitions and games of the Middle Ages.

    Ball Games in the Medieval Period

    Ball Games in the Medieval Period

    by Brittany2

  • During the 1863 siege of Vicksburg, with no newsprint available, the town's newspaper was printed on wallpaper. The July 4, 1863 edition of the Vicksburg Daily Citizen became one of the most famous published during the Civil War.

    Siege of Vicksburg: The Newspaper Printed on Wallpaper

    Siege of Vicksburg: The Newspaper Printed on Wallpaper

    by Ronald E Franklin4

  • After the Amarna Period, a strange, diplomatic incident occurred that is now known as the ‘Zannanza Affair’. A cry for help from an Egyptian queen would eventually lead to murder and warfare.

    The Zannanza Affair and Tutankhamun’s Succession

    The Zannanza Affair and Tutankhamun’s Succession

    by Dieselnoi0

  • During World War II, some men who refused to fight volunteered for a study on the effects of starvation on the human body.

    Minnesota Starvation Experiment

    Minnesota Starvation Experiment

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • The catalyst for the first Persian war stemmed from a revolt by Greek Ionians. It was instigated by Aristagoras, economic burdens, and a feeling of being treated unfairly by the Empire. Athens came to the Ionians aid. During the rebellion, one of...

    Causes of Greco-Persian Wars

    Causes of Greco-Persian Wars

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • 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

  • Wondering where witches lived? Let's go on a global journey from England to Ireland to America, and I'll show you homes of some of the most famous witches in history.

    Real, Historical Witches' Houses and Cottages

    Real, Historical Witches' Houses and Cottages

    by Joel Belgrave1

  • 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

  • The Ottoman Empire was one of the largest Islamic Empires to date. It expanded from the Red Sea to present day Algeria to the borders of Austria-Hungry, and in its vast territory Islam encountered many different types of people (Ahmad 20). On the western front of the empire the Ottomans conquered Byzantine, Venetian, and other European territories. Each of these areas were predominately Christian previous to Ottoman rule and were able to remain so during. For the purpose of this paper, Ottoman i

    The Ottoman Empire and the Christendom

    The Ottoman Empire and the Christendom

    by enewcomer8

  • When one thinks of ancient libraries, one thinks of Greece, Egypt and Rome - but great libraries have existed the world over throughout the centuries. Fire, war and time destroyed most of the world's ancient libraries, and with them volumes of irreplaceable knowledge.

    Five Libraries of the Ancient World

    Five Libraries of the Ancient World

    by Curt Sembello1

  • John Quincy Adams, son of former president John Adams, was an American statesman who served as a diplomat, minister and ambassador to foreign nations, treaty negotiator, United States Senator, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts, and the sixth president of the United States from 1825 to 1829.

    John Quincy Adams Biography: Sixth President of the United States

    John Quincy Adams Biography: Sixth President of the United States

    by Doug West2

  • Alexander Graham Bell's invention of the telephone revolutionized 19th century communication and was the precursor to the development of of the satellite mobile communications revolution of today...

    Facts About Alexander Graham Bell and the Telephone

    Facts About Alexander Graham Bell and the Telephone

    by Amanda Littlejohn30

  • "Manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others. If you have that awareness, you have good manners, no matter what fork you use." Those who assume that the first lady of etiquette was a proper person from a privileged background would...

    Emily Post: Society, Scandal, and Etiquette

    Emily Post: Society, Scandal, and Etiquette

    by Seabastian2

  • Thomas Read Rootes Cobb wrote in 1858 in his "An Inquiry into the Law of Negro Slavery in the United States of America" pamphlet that "the most enlightened have, at some period within their existence, adopted it as a system ..."

    How History Was Used to Justify Slavery

    How History Was Used to Justify Slavery

    by Rebecca Graf1

  • Author of "The Souls of Black Folk," and a founder of the NAACP, W.E.B. Du Bois was a scholar, writer and activist who had a profound and continuing impact on American society.

    Who Was W.E.B. Du Bois?

    Who Was W.E.B. Du Bois?

    by Ronald E Franklin10

  • Some of Adolf Hitler's quotations regarding propaganda, leadership and religion and how they reveal the man and his methods. Some may find these chilling in light of the current state of the world.

    Adolf Hitler, in His Own Words

    Adolf Hitler, in His Own Words

    by David Hunt21

  • The experiment to ban alcohol in the United States sparked a creative explosion as people found ingenious ways of subverting the law.

    Rum Row Ships During Prohibition

    Rum Row Ships During Prohibition

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • Did Jesse James and his gang bury treasure in Oklahoma? If so, what happened to it? Explore some of the theories as to what happened to their ill-gained loot here.

    Jesse James Outlaw Treasure Tales of Oklahoma

    Jesse James Outlaw Treasure Tales of Oklahoma

    by Eric Standridge3

  • At the turn of the 19th century, British English began to change while American English stayed the same. How and why did this happen? Read more to find out..

    Brits Originally Had American Accents!

    Brits Originally Had American Accents!

    by Kate P6

  • Great Lakes steamer Rising Sun sailed from High Island to Benton Harbor, Michigan in October, 1917. It was her last voyage. Here is the story plus photos contributed by a reader of the article.

    Rising Sun: An Account of a Great Lakes Shipwreck

    Rising Sun: An Account of a Great Lakes Shipwreck

    by Chris Mills26

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Ora Labora known as “Christian German Agricultural and Benevolent Society of Ora et Labora” (Pray and Work), where it's parishioners could combine work with prayer, and live according to the Methodist Church Discipline. Founded in 1862 on Michigan’s Wild Fowl Bay, the colony disappeared in 1867

    Ora Labora - A Lost Colony In Michigan's North

    Ora Labora - A Lost Colony In Michigan's North

    by Mike Hardy0

  • 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

  • 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

  • The Ainu are generally viewed as peripheral to Japanese history, but in reality, they were engaged in cultural, economic, and environmental exchanges with Japan that were very historically relevant.

    Importance of the Ainu People in Japanese History

    Importance of the Ainu People in Japanese History

    by Christy Kirwan4

  • During the British attack of Fort McHenry in 1814, Francis Scott Key witnessed the event from the safety of a British warship. For those brave men at the fort, the night was a long and deadly affair.

    The Bloody Reality Behind the Star-Spangled Banner

    The Bloody Reality Behind the Star-Spangled Banner

    by Harry Nielsen4

  • The reconstruction after the Revolutionary and Civil wars in the United States were alike and contrasted in several ways. Both the Revolutionary War reconstruction and Civil War reconstruction had similarities and differences.

    Revolutionary and Civil War Reconstruction

    Revolutionary and Civil War Reconstruction

    by Laura Writes3

  • 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

  • An analysis of Harriet Jacobs' "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl" and William Faulkner's "The Bear" in his collection of stories, "Go Down, Moses". I have explored their similar views on the treatment of slavewomen and the assertion that slavewomen suffered more than slavemen.

    Slave Women Suffered More

    Slave Women Suffered More

    by ReverieMarie2

  • Religion wasn't always lacking LGBT figures and themes! Records of ancient mythology indicate many gods and legendary heroes - of every color in the rainbow.

    LGBT Themes in Ancient Mythology

    LGBT Themes in Ancient Mythology

    by aliasis8

  • There are several members of the British Royal Family who have effectively been expunged from history. Prince George is one of them. The uncle of Elizabeth II, he had a scandalous life & tragic death

    Prince George: A Forgotten Royal

    Prince George: A Forgotten Royal

    by Jackie Jackson59

  • Medieval Europeans believed nutmeg had curative powers and Arabs loved it for its scent and flavour; the spice was worth more than its weight in gold and this led to bloodshed.

    The Blood-Soaked History of Nutmeg

    The Blood-Soaked History of Nutmeg

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • The dictionary definition of bleach is "the whiteness that results from removing colour from some thing." The process of bleaching is now extensively applied in science. It is a process that provides a handy solution to countless industrial...

    History of Bleach

    History of Bleach

    by hassam23

  • Oppressive regimes. Peasants uprising. The rush of victory. The 20th century was a time of mass upheaval all over the world, where working class peoples demanded more from their governments and took up arms to get it. In Russia and Mexico, the story...

    Goals and Outcomes of the Russian and Mexican Revolutions

    Goals and Outcomes of the Russian and Mexican Revolutions

    by MasonZgoda5

  • Historians agree that artifacts indicate women in ancient Egypt enjoyed larger scale gender equality when compared to women of other civilizations throughout history, including those who lived during more modern eras.

    Were Women Equal in Ancient Egypt?

    Were Women Equal in Ancient Egypt?

    by Allorah0

  • Festubert was a relatively short but bloody battle that took place from May 15th-25th, 1915 in the Ypres salient. In the end, less than a kilometer was gained by the Allies. A more fruitless battle in the entire war would be hard to identify.

    WW1 Battles - Battle of Festubert May 15th-25th, 1915

    WW1 Battles - Battle of Festubert May 15th-25th, 1915

    by Kaili Bisson8

  • The life and identity of the founder of the Waldensian Movement in Europe is shrouded in mystery. But what we do know about him is profoundly inspirational.

    Who Was Peter Waldo?

    Who Was Peter Waldo?

    by Linden Mazurka0

  • Magazines, books, art materials, toilet tissue, wall-coverings, tickets, posters, packaging and even money are all made from paper. But where does paper come from, who invented it and how is it made?

    The Story of Paper

    The Story of Paper

    by Amanda Littlejohn22

  • 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

  • This article explores the life of Heinrich Himmler; overseer of the Einsatzgruppen (SS) and Nazi Germany's notorious concentration camps.

    Heinrich Himmler: Quick Facts

    Heinrich Himmler: Quick Facts

    by Larry Slawson2

  • 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

  • The rights of individuals or groups of human beings have been denied through exploitation by others throughout time, but it is incredible the extent to which some abusers will go. The Dionne Quintuplets suffered from several...

    Human Exploitation - How The Dionne Quintuplets Were Abused

    Human Exploitation - How The Dionne Quintuplets Were Abused

    by Patty Inglish MS43

  • The homes of the first Colonial settlers in America were built simple but sturdy enough to meet the demands of a people who required only the basics of life. Design and aesthetics were non-existent and a non-essential luxury...

    Homes of the First Colonial Settlers in America

    Homes of the First Colonial Settlers in America

    by artsofthetimes2

  • This site will share with you some of the history of the French Huguenots and the French speaking Walloons and their relationship to family history and genealogy. Genealogists and family historians have a special interest in the French Huguenots...

    French Huguenots and Walloons

    French Huguenots and Walloons

    by Lamar Ross38

  • At the Tehran Conference in 1943, Churchill told Stalin and Roosevelt that history would be kind to him, as he would write that history. Is he worthy of such historical kindness?

    Churchill on Class, Race, Empire & War

    Churchill on Class, Race, Empire & War

    by Comrade Joe0

  • George Washington played a role in two whiskey rebellions. The first occurred, when Yankee distillers began making whiskey from grain, while the second was the actual revolt of whiskey makers in PA.

    George Washington and the Whiskey Rebellion

    George Washington and the Whiskey Rebellion

    by Harry Nielsen0

  • Medieval medicine was based largely on inaccurate theories like humorism and sympathetic magic. Many of the herbs and techniques used were as deadly as the illness.

    Medieval Remedies

    Medieval Remedies

    by Jenna Ivy1

  • It all began in the 19th century ... when you think of beer, think of Ohio. The Buckeye State (especially in Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus) has its own history for brewing beer and ale.

    History of Beer Breweries in Ohio

    History of Beer Breweries in Ohio

    by Teri Silver0

  • Normans and Anglo Saxons clashed in the longest, hardest-fought and most decisive battle in England in the early Middle Ages. William the Conqueror's victory changed English history forever.

    The Battle Of Hastings:1066

    The Battle Of Hastings:1066

    by James Kenny55

  • Tyburn was a famous site for public executions in London for many centuries. Many criminals and traitors against were executed on Tyburn Tree and hanging days were huge public spectacles.

    Famous Executions at Tyburn

    Famous Executions at Tyburn

    by CMHypno34

  • Gaul was an ancient enemy of Rome, but it was not simply one tribe of barbarians, they were many. Among the Celtic tribes of ancient Gaul the Nervii were considered the bravest and most warlike.

    Gallic Tribes: The Nervii, Bravest of the Brave

    Gallic Tribes: The Nervii, Bravest of the Brave

    by ata15152

  • Why did polio live among humans for thousands of years with few cases of paralysis, then change and cripple or kill thousands each year?

    Polio Virus and Its Odd History

    Polio Virus and Its Odd History

    by Karla Iverson20

  • A brief article outlining the history of the Little Entente.

    The Little Entente

    The Little Entente

    by nomenklatura0

  • Alexander II of Russia brought about great reforms to his country that have gone forgotten over the years.

    Great Reforms of Alexander II

    Great Reforms of Alexander II

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • In terms of Nordic mythology, Farbauti is a God. In a certain comic book universe she's a goddess. Here is the tale of how a minor male god had a gender bender for a modern audience.

    Farbauti God or Goddess?

    Farbauti God or Goddess?

    by Dean Traylor0

  • The soldiers of WWI were unprepared for the Horrors of life in the trenches, In the war to end all wars the soldiers in the trenches were living in what was called "Hell on earth"

    World War One Trench Warfare

    World War One Trench Warfare

    by James Paterson916

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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 HARRIS16

  • The terror and squalor of World War I trenches pushed many soldiers to the edge of madness; the therapy prescribed for some of these was a firing squad.

    Shot at Dawn: Battlefield Executions

    Shot at Dawn: Battlefield Executions

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • 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

  • "My heart and I lie small upon the earth like a grain of throbbing sand. Drifting clouds and tinkling waters, together with the warmth of a genial summer day, bespeak with eloquence the loving Mystery round about us." — Zitkala-Sa

    The Remarkable Life of the Native American Writer Zitkala-Sa

    The Remarkable Life of the Native American Writer Zitkala-Sa

    by Ziyena Brazos10

  • 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

  • America's first president, George Washington was keenly aware of his importance as the nation's first president, once remarking that "There is scarcely any part of my conduct which may not be hereafter drawn into precedent." This essay provides an overview of Washington's actions as America's first president and how his actions established precedents for the American nation today.

    George Washington: The Precedent President

    George Washington: The Precedent President

    by William R Bowen Jr12

  • One of the most famous ships in sailing history, the RMS Titanic sank on her maiden voyage in 1912. Here are 15 interesting facts about the ship and the disaster.

    15 Interesting Facts About the RMS Titanic

    15 Interesting Facts About the RMS Titanic

    by Paul Goodman5

  • 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

  • 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

  • How has Switzerland remained neutral for almost 200 years? It’s not because they declared their neutrality; it’s because they have ensured that invaders would pay dearly for attacking it.

    Fortress Switzerland

    Fortress Switzerland

    by David Hunt16

  • 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 grand stirring and upheaval of the American Revolution triggered a widespread epidemic of debate concerning the proper place of women in the public sphere. New political ideas and associative independence were at the forefront of women’s issues throughout colonial America.

    The Progressive Role Women Played During the American Revolutionary War

    The Progressive Role Women Played During the American Revolutionary War

    by Ziyena Brazos4

  • The Puritans, led by John Winthrop and John Cotton, lived by the highest standards in a bond of brotherly affection to establish a "City upon a Hill" - a example for the world to see - a witness that God had bestowed His blessings of liberty on the Puritans. "You are the light of the world" (Jesus)

    The Puritans

    The Puritans

    by James A Watkins80

  • 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 McKeown8

  • The lore of the honey bee from across the Celtic lands, as originally published in Celtic Guide (Volume 4, Issue 7, July 2015).

    Celtic Lore of the Honey Bee

    Celtic Lore of the Honey Bee

    by James Slaven6

  • 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

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Author Google AnalyticsThis is used to provide traffic data and reports to the authors of articles on the HubPages Service. (Privacy Policy)
ComscoreComScore is a media measurement and analytics company providing marketing data and analytics to enterprises, media and advertising agencies, and publishers. Non-consent will result in ComScore only processing obfuscated personal data. (Privacy Policy)
Amazon Tracking PixelSome articles display amazon products as part of the Amazon Affiliate program, this pixel provides traffic statistics for those products (Privacy Policy)