History is a large collection of facts and analogies, the knowledge of which can give hope that you can correct your present and avoid future mistakes. It is important to study history at school by using technologies like...
Photographer Jimmy Nelson traveled the world to document the cultures of indigenous tribes at risk of disappearing. It took him over four years to complete his project and the result is the brilliant book “Before They Pass...
In 1987, the first 350-ton Soviet battle missile carrier was produced. The massive "ship" was called Lun (also called Project 903), after the Russian name for a bird of prey, harrier.
On July 16, 1945, the first nuclear weapon code named “Trinity” was detonated. Since then, there have been a staggering 2,153 nuclear detonations on our planet. Trinity, by Orbital Mechanics, is a chilling, detailed...
In Britain, tanks were first referred to as landships. The Landships Committee was set up in 1915 by Winston Churchill to develop designs. To conceal their true purpose from possible spies, they were called tanks, to give...
By the time Irena Sendler caught and tortured by the Nazis, she’d already saved 2,500 Jewish children. When she died in 2008 at the age of 98, she insisted she was no heroine, but she really wished she had rescued more...