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submitted 1 day ago by GeorgeCarlin from web.archive.org
Two Fake Parisian Cities
submitted 4 days ago by RupertTaylor493 from owlcation.com
4 Times FDA Was Dead Wrong About an ‘Approved’ Drug. As the FDA and CDC unleash risky, experimental COVID-19 vaccines on babies and toddlers, it’s worth looking back at some of their deadliest mistakes.
submitted 5 days ago by Chipit from childrenshealthdefense.org
What are the causes of the American civil war
submitted 8 days ago by riserUP from riserup.com
What were the causes of the War of 1812?
The Morgenthau Plan for post-war Germany (1944)
submitted 15 days ago by GeorgeCarlin from alphahistory.com
November 2000: the real reason for the illegal invasion of Iraq. It was to defend the petrodollar. "The idea of switching to the euro has appeal to Iran and Iraq because they feel if several major oil producers did it they could create a stampede from the dollar which would weaken Washington."
submitted 16 days ago by Chipit from rferl.org
The Sinking of the SS Athenia
submitted 20 days ago by RupertTaylor493 from owlcation.com
Mongol Perspective On Conquering The World (1206 - 1228) Secret History of the Mongols
submitted 23 days ago by Chipit from youtu.be
The Bath School disaster
submitted 1 month ago by Questionable from en.wikipedia.org
Why you didn't wanna be on the wrong side of this tough Texas Ranger: Jack Hays was one of the most influential Texas Rangers of all time.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from youtu.be
A Collection of Strange Wills
submitted 1 month ago by RupertTaylor493 from soapboxie.com
Why I reject the ‘MADMAN HITLER’ myth. Was Hitler an insane "madman"? No. Absolutely not. And it's time to explain my stance on this controversial history debate.
Rock Apes are "Bigfoot-like" creatures reported throughout the Vietnam War by American GIs and Viet Cong. These hominids would hurl rocks at nearby troops, hence the name Rock Apes. Sightings were so frequent that General Hoang Minh Tha actually organized an expedition in 1974 to try to capture one.
submitted 1 month ago by the-swerve-podcast from youtu.be
The Amazing Life of Gertrude Bell
submitted 1 month ago by RupertTaylor493 from owlcation.com
The Psychology Of Stickiness: What America Can Learn From Its Annexation Of The Philippines In 1898. Why is it so hard to reduce that military footprint, even when public opinion is in favor of doing so? Where did the major U.S. presence in Asia come from, and what can we learn from it?
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from warontherocks.com
The War that Started Over a World-Cup Qualifier - Honduras & El Salvador's 'Football War'
The White Feather Campaign. History shows even at or especially in times of crisis, many women express hatred for men and contemptuous demands for their sacrifice, as became clear during the First World War.
Covid and the Ghosts of Nuremberg - The New American
submitted 2 months ago by cottoneyejoe from thenewamerican.com
On this Date in 1976: Rick Monday Saved the American Flag from Being Burned
submitted 2 months ago by cottoneyejoe from breitbart.com
The Armenian Genocide and my grandmother's secret
submitted 2 months ago by H3v8 from wnd.com
The Mad Trapper of Rat River
submitted 2 months ago by Zapped from badassoftheweek.com
Mao Zedong Meets Richard Nixon, February 21, 1972. Declassified transcript of the Beijing meeting between China's leader and America's. It took place in Chairman Mao's living quarters. Not earth-shaking material but really interesting to see how they talk to each other.
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from china.usc.edu
Do You Work Longer Hours Than a Medieval Peasant?
submitted 2 months ago by jet199 from tudorscribe.medium.com
Soapy Smith: Con Man of the Wild West
submitted 2 months ago by RupertTaylor493 from owlcation.com
History Of Bachelor Taxes: “A bachelor tax existed in Argentina around 1900. Men who could prove that they had asked a woman to marry them and had been rebuffed were exempt from the tax.
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from en.wikipedia.org
Why it wasn't only the Reds vs the Whites Fighting Against Each Other in the Russian Civil War. Green armies rose up to fight both factions. This is their story.
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be
More power: The 15 most famous leaders from the world’s history
submitted 2 months ago by ViableOutreach from viableoutreach.com
The Pentrich Uprising Against the British Government
We all remember 9-11 as the worst terrorist attack in US history but it was not the first.
submitted 2 months ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
Historical Figures Recreated As Modern People Living Today
submitted 2 months ago by RuckusChan from rumble.com
The Assassination of MLK and Agent 500
submitted 2 months ago by chottohen from winterwatch.net
The Ramesside period of the New Kingdom in ancient Egypt
submitted 3 months ago by KateWilson from self.history
The ancient mystery of the Himalayan 'Skeleton Lake'
Trump and Epstein accused of raping a girl together
submitted 3 months ago by In-the-clouds from youtube.com
Enslaved Icelander Describes Horror of Ottoman Slave Market (1627) // Diary of Ólafur Egilsson
submitted 3 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be
Remember when Donald Trump told Hillary Clinton that if he were president, she would go to jail? He was president four years. Did he keep his promise?
Mystery of the sunken kingdom of Dwarka
How ancient Egyptians enjoy with love: Episode 2
Was stalin a manlet?
submitted 3 months ago by yabbit from self.history
Jerry Cans: The True Secret Weapon of WWII (30:14) ~ Calum
submitted 3 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
The ancestry of Donald Drumpf. Why some famous people change the spelling of their family name.
submitted 3 months ago by In-the-clouds from jewworldorder.org
submitted 3 months ago by rubberbiscuit from rumble.com
Danish Mistreatment of Inuit Children
submitted 3 months ago by RupertTaylor493 from owlcation.com
King Akhenaton of the New Kingdom in ancient Egypt
How Rivers Were Built In Libya Right Under The Sahara. Gaddafi's Unbelievable Project
submitted 3 months ago by cottoneyejoe from youtube.com
This is a story of the last great pirate king of America. Jean Lafitte was a pirate, privateer, politician, and a patriot. He made a fortune controlling the Louisiana Swamps and also helped America defeat the British. No one knows what happened to Jean in the end. His death was a mystery until now!
submitted 3 months ago by the-swerve-podcast from youtu.be
The Ocean Ranger Disaster
Why Japan chose to attack on 'December 7, 1941'. This video covers why Japan chose to attack on the date of December 7, 1941, and not the reasons for attacking in general as is common.
submitted 3 months ago by Chipit from youtube.com
Two friends who served together in Afghanistan as brother-at-arms now fought each other after the messy collapse of the USSR during the Chechen War.
submitted 3 months ago by Jesus-Christ from youtu.be
Bishop Flambard: The Tower of London's First Prisoner
submitted 3 months ago by RupertTaylor493 from hubpages.com
The Monroe Doctrine
submitted 3 months ago by cottoneyejoe from thoughtco.com
Quick history of the Ukraine
submitted 4 months ago by jet199 from threadreaderapp.com
Historia Civilis - Can Animals Commit Crimes? (18 minutes)
submitted 3 months ago by Tiwaking from youtube.com
The Argument Against Slavery and the Somerset Case of 1772
submitted 4 months ago by infocom6502 from ouramericanrevolution.org
How 'Tokyo Rose' Became WWII’s Most Notorious Propagandist
submitted 4 months ago by Zapped from history.com
The construction of the Congo-Ocean railway represented the challenges, and brutality, of both building rail and colonial administration. This video has been de-monitized because YouTube has a bigoted opposition to traditional African culture. Be warned, it offends the YT censors.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be
American Town has been on fire for the past 60 years
submitted 4 months ago by retropulp from retropulpmedia.com
The Unsolved Max Headroom Incident: Whodunit? - Retro Pulp Media -
Florida's First Tourist Attraction and How It All Went Wrong
submitted 4 months ago by RupertTaylor493 from soapboxie.com
The Courageous Wartime Story of Lepa Radić
submitted 4 months ago by RupertTaylor493 from owlcation.com
Did Hitler ever invoke emergency powers?
submitted 4 months ago by kiwiheretic from self.history
Strange coincidences: Child Sacrifice
submitted 4 months ago by carn0ld03 from self.history
Taranto 1940 - The Raid Studied for the Attack on Pearl Harbor
2007: A preliminary British government report says the foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) outbreak discovered last week near London was very probably caused by a leak from a local laboratory.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from cidrap.umn.edu
Syrian Regime Change: A 70-Year Project. You may assume that the idea of kicking out Syrian dictator Assad is a recent idea stemming from his brutal crackdowns on protestors starting in March 2011. But the truth is that it is a 70-year old project. A CIA officer has written several books about it.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from globalresearch.ca
The Search for Nazi Gold
submitted 4 months ago by RupertTaylor493 from hubpages.com
Kings and Generals - How the Mongols Lost Russia - Medieval History Animated DOCUMENTARY (19 minutes)
submitted 4 months ago by Tiwaking from youtube.com
Kings and Generals - Ainu - History of the Indigenous people of Japan DOCUMENTARY (23 minutes)
When America Deported Its Own Citizens
When a Ball Turret Gunner Saved His B-17 (8 minutes)
MAGNA GRAECIA: Helmets Discovered From Ancient Battle When Greeks Defeated Etruscan-Carthaginian Coalition
submitted 4 months ago by xpat from greekcitytimes.com
8 Best German Fighter Planes of WW2 - Aero Corner
submitted 4 months ago by Zapped from aerocorner.com
The Death of Himmler - Episode 4: Himmler's Missing Brain (22 minutes)
D-Day's Gooseberry Fleet
From Crispus Attucks to Jesse Owens, black history is American history
submitted 4 months ago by AXXA from cnsnews.com
The US government’s extensive and thoroughly documented history of lying to us about war over and over again for generation after generation. And yet it’s still considered perfectly normal and acceptable to just deep throat whatever it tells us to believe without the slightest twinge of gag reflex.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from corbettreport.com
A Danish Radio documentary series, The Search for Myself, did not hold back in levelling claims against the US Central Intelligence Agency that it had financially aided experiments on 311 Danish children in the early 1960s. This was in direct violation of the Nuremberg Code of 1947.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from savageminds.substack.com
The story of how Britain invented the concentration camps so that they could use them against white people. Didn't the British harshly condemn the German camps - when they themselves had created the concept?
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from youtube.com
Full text of "Interview With Mr. Wilhelm Landig" (Wilhelm Landig was high up the Nazi totem pole and was a self-proclaimed Nazi Occultist. The interviewer agreed to only release this text upon his death).
submitted 4 months ago by Enza from archive.org
Aztec Human Sacrifices (36 minutes)
Kings and Generals - First Crusade - Rise of Alexios Komnenos - Medieval DOCUMENTARY (28 minutes)
Roman Complains About Weird New "Christians" and "Jesus" Son of Panthera (177 AD) True Word, Celsus
Kings and Generals - Why and How Feudalism Declined in Europe - Medieval History DOCUMENTARY (18 minutes)
George Fabyan's Private Research Laboratory
Gen X Was the Political Generation. Then things changed, and now I’m often told that Gen X were apolitical slackers who got religion when they hit their 30s and became just more corporate sheep.
submitted 4 months ago by Chipit from freddiedeboer.substack.com
Wall Street and the Russian Revolution - with Richard B. Spence
submitted 5 months ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
The Myth of the Dark Ages
submitted 5 months ago by RickyMoore from self.history
Ra-Ra-Rasputin! A peasant turned mystic, who dabbled with the occult, and F*^KED excessively. Notable for improving the condition of Aleksey Nikolayevich, the hemophiliac heir to the Russian throne using his “mysticism”. He was also very hard to kill and the details of his assassination are WILD! 😲
submitted 5 months ago by the-swerve-podcast from youtu.be
The untold story of TV’s first prescription drug ad. Until 1997, Big Pharma wasn't allowed to advertise. Now, Jake Tapper is literally brought to you by Pfizer; his segments on CNN are introduced as such.
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from statnews.com
Liepājas Ziemeļu forti. (Northern Forts of Liepāja)
submitted 5 months ago by Gravi from youtube.com
Weird weapons shield darts (15 minutes)
submitted 5 months ago by Tiwaking from youtube.com
The Leo Frank Case is still controversial. There are still people who believe that he was convicted based upon his faith rather than the evidence. Listen to the description of the case from Watson Magazine, read by John DeNugent, and decide for yourself.
submitted 5 months ago by TheLeoFrankTrial from youtu.be
She Thinks Ancient Rome Didn't Exist.
submitted 5 months ago by RickyMoore from youtu.be
The Bisbee Mineworker Deportations
submitted 5 months ago by RupertTaylor493 from owlcation.com
Raping the Jews in Egyptian prisons
submitted 5 months ago by jet199 from blogs.timesofisrael.com
In 1981 Israel's Mossad bombed German, Swiss firms
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from jpost.com
The 2007 Boston Mooninite Panic. "Aqua Team Hunger Force, number one in the hood, G"
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from youtube.com
Arguably the most consequential magazine article of all time—“Broken Windows,” by James Q. Wilson and George Kelling—and the foundation of the restoration of public order in urban America from the 1990s up until our present progressive elites decided to chuck all that real progress into the gutter.
submitted 5 months ago by Chipit from theatlantic.com
The Prince Who Brought Down The Ottoman Empire | More Than Enemies | Real Royalty (50 minutes)