Last Days of The Romanovs and The End Of the Russian Empire

The year 1917 marked the end of over 300 years Romanov dynasty. Chaos, anger and death were sweeping through Russia and Tsar Nicholas II saw no end to the bedlam. He finally bowed to the chaos and relinquished the royal throne...

 

The War to Control the Seas During World War I

Controlling the sea was key to winning the battles of the First Great War. Moving troops and supplies by sea was vital. The battle for control of the seas led to new deadly tactics and terrifying war at sea where thousands...

 

War Propaganda Posters that Won the American public to Join World War I

The United States entered World War I in 1917 on the allied side of Britain and France. By the time that World War I came around, the U.S. was a leader in recently discovered art of movie making and commercial advertising....

 

15 Rarely-Seen Photos of Harlem During the Summer of 1970

In July of 1970, French photographer Jack Garofalo, took a series of captivating photographs for Harlem Paris Match magazine’s October issue. Garofalo’s assignment was to document the changes after the series...

 

Pinochet in Dark Glasses — an American-backed Thuggish Autocrat

It was a time when most of South America was ruled by dictators, and an archetypal example of them was Chile’s Augusto Pinochet, who cemented his image as a thuggish autocrat very early on in his reign, which began with...

 

14 Horrifying Disasters in History Almost Ignored in Historical Records

It will surprise you to realize that a number of the most horrible disasters that left the world in shock were almost ignored in historical records. There are many reasons that made these stories being ignored altogether....

 
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