World History

The Black Women Veterans of World War II

Inside and outside of the military, a common assumption was that these women had enlisted so that they could “service”…

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The missing links of Asian history

Prof. Kim Byung-Mo firmly believed that not only him, but the entire Kara clan, which comprises about two-thirds of the…

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The Women Who Won the Vietnam War

The Vietnamese women built trenches, repaired bombed roads, transported ammunition, and shot down U.S. planes bombing bridges, roads, and towns.…

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Korean Queen of Indian Origin

In 48 BC, the princess, then 16, travelled to Korea from the ancient land of ‘Ayuta’ and married Kim Suro,…

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Most horrific types of torture in history

The people would invent most sophisticated types of torture to make suspects speak. Executions would be conducted in public to…

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Guantanamo’s Other History

The story of detention at Guantánamo is inextricably tied to the remarkable sea journeys Haitians made across the northern Caribbean…

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Winston Churchill in Palestine – 100 Years On

“The establishment of a Jewish National Home in Palestine will be a blessing to the whole world.” By Lee Pollock…

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World History: John F. Kennedy’s Warning to the Republic

Seven Days in May 1964 – A Cold War thriller imagined the United States caught in the midst of a…

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During Nazi occupation, Muslims saved Jews from the extinction

During the Nazi occupation of Caucasus, Muslims aided efforts to hide the origins of the local Jews, preventing the extinction…

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When the Mary, Queen of Scots was beheaded

After 19 years of imprisonment, Mary, Queen of Scots was beheaded at Fotheringhay Castle in England on February 08, 1587…

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