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September 6-7, 1955: Turkey’s Kristallnacht
submitted 8 hours ago by asterias from greekcitytimes.com
Orwell's Review of Hitler's "Mein Kampf": A Lesson for Today
submitted 4 hours ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
List Of Books About Genocides And Persecutions That Are Not Typically Discussed (gallery)
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Hired A Rainmaker... Then San Diego was Stricken with Record Flooding
submitted 5 hours ago by christine_grab from latimes.com
10 July 1940, marks the beginning of the Battle of Britain.
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Battle fatigue - did it affect soldiers in the ancient world?
submitted 1 day ago by AliceofX from youtube.com
Forests in the olden days
submitted 2 days ago by AliceofX from youtube.com
Muslim members of the Waffen-SS 13th division at prayer during their training in Germany, 1943
submitted 2 days ago by Jashfior from 2.bp.blogspot.com
During World War II Japan had a brigade composed almost entirely of Europeans. How this came to be is an extraordinary story considering the violent xenophobia of the Imperial Japanese Army to all Caucasians that it encountered in the war, but it is nonetheless true.
submitted 4 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
Sack of Rome (410) - Wikipedia (Look familiar???)
submitted 5 days ago by cons_nc from en.wikipedia.org
Top 10 Black Slaveowners
submitted 6 days ago by iraelmossadreddit from listverse.com
From Slave to Slaveholder: Mississippi's William Johnson
submitted 5 days ago by iraelmossadreddit from forbiddenhiddenforgotten.blogspot.com
The History of Political Correctness
submitted 6 days ago by asterias from youtube.com
Gregor MacGregor: legendary con artist who sold migration to a non-existent country. Many died.
submitted 5 days ago by Trajan from en.wikipedia.org
The Soviet Story
Coney Island beach, July 4, 1934.
submitted 6 days ago by SierraKiloBravo from pbs.twimg.com
Sicko Doctors: Suffering and Sadism in 19th-Century America
submitted 8 days ago by quipu from publicdomainreview.org
Lou Gehrig at Yankee Stadium, July 4, 1939.
submitted 7 days ago by SierraKiloBravo from pbs.twimg.com
The Massive Airplane That Flew Upside Down to Toss Atomic Bombs - B-47 Stratojet Idiot's Loop. In this 1957 video, a 110-foot long, 116-foot wide, 133,000-pound Boeing B-47 bomber pulls a tight upside down maneuver after releasing its payload.
submitted 9 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
The real story of the Pied Piper from 1300 - "The Hamlin street named Bungelosenstrasse ("street without drums") is believed to be the last place that the children were seen. Ever since, music or dancing is not allowed on this street."
submitted 10 days ago by magnora7 from en.wikipedia.org
Aztecs had mandatory education for all children, regardless of social class and gender (although the schools and curriculum differed for nobility and commoners as well as boys and girls).
submitted 9 days ago by Jashfior from historyonthenet.com
FAKE HISTORY: USA Today Pretends Democrats Didn’t Found the KKK, Start Civil War (They Did)
submitted 10 days ago by scrubking from newsbusters.org
Freedom Action! - The Forgotten German Anti-Nazi Uprising 1945. The amazing story of Rupprecht Gerngross, the German officer who organised and led an uprising against the Nazis in Bavaria in April 1945, culminating in armed conflict between rebel Wehrmacht units and the SS.
submitted 11 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
2011: The Commander of ISAF and US forces in Afghanistan, General Petraeus, and Mark Sedwill, NATO's Senior Civilian Representative kneel before Islam and condemn freedom of expression.
submitted 10 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
Black Slave Owners
submitted 12 days ago by scrubking from archive.vn
America’s Founding, Ep. 1: Why Our Founding Fathers Risked It All
submitted 10 days ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
Controversies over Italian Fascism's Political Placement
submitted 11 days ago by dissidentrhetoric from fascistcontroversies.weebly.com
The Forgotten European Slaves of Islamic Barbary North Africa and Islamic Ottoman Turkey
submitted 13 days ago by H3v8 from youtube.com
Contagion, Borders, And Scale: Lessons From Network Science And History
submitted 13 days ago by sproketboy from youtube.com
The Strangest Warship Battle of WW1 - Africa's Lake Tanganyika. Sailed from Britain, packed on rail cars, dragged by oxen, and floated down a river, the makeshift warships would fulfill, “the duty and the tradition of the Royal Navy to engage the enemy wherever there is water to float a ship...”
submitted 14 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
Thread on Bolshevism and Anti-Whiteness (Content Warning)
submitted 14 days ago by yellow_algebra_31 from web.archive.org
Danish Soldiers can't stop the German invasion of Denmark. At six minutes, this video is about a minute longer than the actual resistance lasted. Afterwards Denmark became a model Nazi province and raised troops for the SS.
The Bloody History of the Barber's Pole
submitted 15 days ago by SierraKiloBravo from youtu.be
Turns out Hooker Chemical wasn't responsible for the Love Canal disaster. They sold the canal for $1 to the school district, and only because they were threatened with seizure by Eminent Domain. They warned the city not to build or disturb the clay containment system. The government did both.
submitted 17 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
Some history of "Antifa"
submitted 17 days ago by yellow_algebra_31 from voat.co
Japan vs. Italy - The Forgotten Pacific War. Japan fighting Italy in the Pacific Theatre - sounds unlikely, but incredibly combat did occur between these two nations in 1943. Find out the full story here.
submitted 19 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
"Retreat by Recoil" - the 9th Massachusetts battery fights a desperate rearguard action against Barksdale's Mississipians at the Trostle House, Gettysburg, July 2nd, 1863. Painting by Don Troiani.
submitted 20 days ago by SierraKiloBravo from preview.redd.it
Hitler inspecting the Mercedes-Benz W154 Grand Prix racing car, 1938.
submitted 21 days ago by SierraKiloBravo from pbs.twimg.com
"I killed the Bank" - Andrew Jackson
submitted 23 days ago by iraelmossadreddit from dailykos.com
Origins of the Muslim Brotherhood. A great and unbiased video that explains the situation really well.
submitted 26 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
The interior of the Reichstag, scrawled with chalk messages from the invading Soviet troops.
submitted 27 days ago by SierraKiloBravo from i.redd.it
The Maoist Agenda Behind Toppling Historic Statues [Black Pigeon]
submitted 28 days ago by zyxzevn from self.history
Channel asks: "Did I Find A Lost Mayan City?"
submitted 28 days ago by Vigte from youtube.com
The Strip, c1985.
submitted 28 days ago by SierraKiloBravo from 66.media.tumblr.com
This footage captures the 1996 Chinese-launched Intelsat 708 satellite departing from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center to disastrous results. Shortly after liftoff, the rocket malfunctioned and was sent flying nearly horizontal just barely above the Earth. It crashed into a nearby town.
submitted 29 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
On this day in 1898, U.S. Marines capture Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
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Two German soldiers and their mule wearing gas masks, 1916.
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On this day in 1972, warplanes drop napalm on the South Vietnamese village of Trang Bang. Associated Press photographer Nick Ut is on hand to capture the aftermath of the attack.
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Ishi: America’s “Last Wild Indian”
submitted 1 month ago by ruperttaylor from owlcation.com
JFK, MLK, RFK -- Three peace makers assassinated by US Deep State. Essential context for understanding the world of 2020.
submitted 1 month ago by Robin from globalresearch.ca
Women celebrating 19th Amendment for their voting rights, passed by Congress today 1919.
The forgotten story of a daring 2-man German mission aboard a rickety biplane who managed to fly an aircraft over central London in 1916 and drop bombs on the British capital. They made history with this raid, that was to set the scene for a concerted German bombing campaign in WW1.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from youtube.com
Operation Blücher: The Last German Attack in France, April 1945. The unknown story of the German Army's last offensive in France, the dramatic 'Operation Blücher' of April 1945, when they broke out from surrounded Dunkirk, advancing in one last attack.
Iceland 2009: They surrounded the capital building, clogged the streets, banged on pans for 4 months so no business could be done, which got them a new constitution. Find a non-violent way to hurt them in the pocketbook, suddenly they start paying attention.
submitted 1 month ago by magnora7 from self.history
The Miracle of Flight 5390
submitted 1 month ago by SierraKiloBravo from youtu.be
The Fall of Constantinople on May 29, 1453: A Cautionary Tale
submitted 1 month ago by H3v8 from catholicworldreport.com
BOOK REVIEW | Empire of the Summer Moon (S.C. Gwynne)
Kill the Kaiser! The Daring Mission to Assassinate Germany's Emperor
This day in 1942, American sailor Doris Miller, a cook of the US Navy, is awarded the Navy Cross for firing anti-aircraft guns during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
4,000 years of history
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Sixty World War II Photos with strange computer voiceover
submitted 1 month ago by hennaojichan from youtube.com
Mosaics Of A Roman Villa Found Under A Vineyard In Italy
submitted 1 month ago by SierraKiloBravo from sunnyskyz.com
Today in 1940 Operation Dynamo began. On this first day of evacuation from the Dunkirk beaches more than 4,200 were taken home.
Soldiers of the King's African Rifles (KAR) during the British advance into Italian Somaliland, February 1941.
Captain George Fishley, one of longest surviving American veterans of Revolutionary War, photographed shortly before death in 1850
World War II Deportation Scandal
On this day in 1900, Civil War veteran William Carney becomes the first African-American to be awarded the Medal of Honor. The former Virginia slave is decorated for saving his regiment's colors during the 1863 Battle of Fort Wagner.
Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi
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On this day in 1872, the United States Congress passes the Amnesty Act. The legislation restores voting rights to more than 150,000 former Confederate soldiers, officers and sympathizers.
Amelia Earhart is first woman to fly solo and nonstop across Atlantic, today 1932.
Two days after all internees were evacuated from Bergen-Belsen, the last hut was set alight by a British flame thrower and burned to the ground due to the thick presence of typhus and lice, 21 May 1945.
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Senate Watergate hearings began this week 1973.
We Didn't Start the Fire
The Untold Genocide: The Greek Genocide
submitted 1 month ago by H3v8 from youtube.com
Anti-hijab protest in Iran days after the 1979 revolution
submitted 1 month ago by SierraKiloBravo from preview.redd.it
This day in 1943, American B-17 bomber "Memphis Belle" completes 25 missions.
Dr. Bernard Coulie -- The Genocide of Pontic Greeks and Assyrians
A beardless Colonel Sanders running for Kentucky State Senate in 1951, before launching Kentucky Fried Chicken
The Real Hunt for Red October - Mutiny on the Storozhevoy. The ship had been seized from its captain by its Zampolit, Valery Mikhaylovich Sablin. The political commissar was leading a mutiny and had redirected the ship full-speed towards Sweden. It was to be a real-life “Hunt for Red October”...
Brown v. Board of Education - Supreme Court found state laws for segregated schools unconstitutional, May 1954
The first McDonald’s restaurant opened 80 years ago today, San Bernardino, California - Drive-In “Bar-B-Q Hamburgers”
Coney Island beach, July 4, 1934
BEF during the evacuation at Dunkirk, June 1940
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On this day in 1942, the United States begins rationing gasoline to support the war effort.
New Yorkers stop to watch the “Seinfeld” finale in Times Square - May 14, 1998
The Last Citizen of the USSR
The Election Joke That Backfired
The Battle of Blair Mountain
BOOK REVIEW | The Lost Men (Kelly Tyler-Lewis)
A Biblical Mystery at Oxford: A renowned scholar claimed that he discovered a first-century gospel fragment. Now he’s facing allegations of antiquities theft, cover-up, and fraud.
submitted 1 month ago by Vigte from theatlantic.com
The Sinking of the USS Indianapolis
On this day in 1918, two soldiers of the "Harlem Hellfighters" fend off an enemy assault in the Argonne Forest. They became the first Americans to win the Croix de Guerre.
BOOK REVIEW | The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (William L. Shirer)
Raymond the Royal Air Force Rammer
On this day in 1943, American B-17 bomber "Hell's Angels" completed its 25th mission, the first of the entire US 8th Air Force
The Man Who Saved 669 Children
BOOK REVIEW | The Rape of Nanking (Iris Chang)
The Mystery of the Missing Mace
"The Parade of the Vanquished" - Tens of thousands of German PoWs, are paraded through Moscow following their capture around Minsk. July 17th, 1944.
The Life and Times of Lewis Wickes Hine