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The Last King Tigers - Battle of Kassel 1945. This is the story of the last eight King Tigers that rolled off the production line in Kassel and straight into battle against the US Army in April 1945.
submitted 1 day ago by Chipit from youtube.com
The Most IMPORTANT History Lesson Americans Were Never Taught (10:20) ~ reallygraceful [ On the Act of 1871, debt slavery, and how Washington D.C., The City Of London, and The Vatican are "special" corporations. ]
submitted 2 days ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
This is the story of the little-known Radio Intelligence Division of the Federal Communications Commission and how it played a key role in establishing initial contact between General Douglas MacArthur and the Japanese in order to formalize surrender and arrange the ceremony aboard the Missouri.
submitted 7 days ago by Chipit from nationalinterest.org
Who Was the The Falling Man from 9/11?
submitted 13 days ago by realpanzer from esquire.com
George Kennan's 'Long Telegram'
submitted 12 days ago by sproketboy from digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org
The D.I.Y. Surgeon
submitted 12 days ago by SierraKiloBravo from youtu.be
The incredible adventures of 7 Parsi men who cycled across the world a century ago
submitted 13 days ago by realpanzer from dawn.com
The Forgotten Story Of Independent Saarland. After WW2, Germany was split in two parts: West Germany, and East Germany. And Saarland. Wait, what?
submitted 15 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
How the Vatican Helped Nazis Escape
submitted 16 days ago by ruperttaylor from owlcation.com
From the 50's
submitted 18 days ago by realpanzer from self.history
Remember when ...
submitted 18 days ago by realpanzer from i.imgur.com
WW1 Mega Bomber - Germany's Zeppelin-Staaken R Series. Strategic bombers surprisingly became part of warfare in the midst of World War I, with one of the first of its kind being one of the most massive, even by World War II standards.
submitted 17 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
submitted 18 days ago by BillionDollarEgg3 from hooktube.com
Fall of Civilizations
submitted 19 days ago by realpanzer from youtube.com
The Man with All the Guts in the World
submitted 19 days ago by SierraKiloBravo from youtu.be
Kravitz's comment has received more than 1,360 likes while
submitted 20 days ago by monikaool123 from self.history
The (Literally) Unbelievable Story of the Original Fake News Network
submitted 21 days ago by realpanzer from narratively.com
GIGN & the retaking of Air France Flight 8969 | December 1994
submitted 21 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
Do We Need a New Calendar?
submitted 21 days ago by ruperttaylor from owlcation.com
Tutankhamun’s Lotus Chalice. The handle is a lotus flower and bud supporting with god Heh, the symbol of eternal life. Found at the entrance to the tomb of Tutankhamun (KV62). Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
submitted 26 days ago by SierraKiloBravo from i.imgur.com
Could the Soviet Union have won the Cold War? Let’s consider five historical periods where different choices could have led, if not to global victory, at least to survival and a fighting chance for the since-departed Land of the Soviets.
submitted 26 days ago by Chipit from soviethammer.blogspot.com
These Days We Tend to Forget CHINA was a Major ALLY in WW2 [An Impactful One Too]
submitted 25 days ago by Chipit from youtube.com
The Woman Who Recorded Everything
submitted 26 days ago by SierraKiloBravo from youtu.be
BOOK REVIEW | 13 Hours (Mitchell Zuckoff)
submitted 29 days ago by SierraKiloBravo from youtu.be
The Lost Colony & Hatteras Island (1:40:50) ~ Ryan Dawson [ Scott Dawson runs down the history leading up to the colony, and more, from his book. ]
submitted 1 month ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Windows 95 Takes the World by Storm - History Of The 90s Blog
submitted 1 month ago by SierraKiloBravo from historyofthe90sblog.ca
That time the Spanish found a French settlement in Florida in 1565, and sent an expedition to put them all to death.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from eyewitnesstohistory.com
The moment that Marxists realized that Marxism doesn't work.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from ibiblio.org
There was little input from below. The party elite determined the goals of the state and the means of achieving them in almost complete isolation from the people. They believed that the interests of the individual were to be sacrificed to those of the state, which was advancing a sacred social task.
The Great Peshtigo Fire
submitted 1 month ago by ruperttaylor from owlcation.com
The Miserable Life of Tsar Ivan VI
submitted 1 month ago by ElifromtheBook from en.wikipedia.org
Danes (Germanic tribe)
The 19th Amendment was ratified a hundred years ago today, as reported by New York Times
submitted 1 month ago by SierraKiloBravo from pbs.twimg.com
Tokyo, Japan, 1913-1915
submitted 1 month ago by suckitreddit from youtu.be
“Holy Grail” Was Discovered in 2015 with $17 Billion Cargo
submitted 1 month ago by SierraKiloBravo from warhistoryonline.com
How Thomas Cromwell used cut and paste to insert himself into Henry VIII's Great Bible
submitted 1 month ago by wahala from theconversation.com
The Great Kansas Grasshopper Plague of 1874. After the Civil War, immigrants of all types sought the bounty and promise of the Kansas plains. Then, disaster came from the sky. The creatures were so thick they blocked out the sun, and they ate everything, even the clothes off of people's backs.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from youtube.com
When you clap your hands in front of Chichen Itza stairs, the echo sounds like a Quetzal bird
submitted 1 month ago by Vigte from twitter.com
Miles Davis King carrying a loaded magazine for a 20mm gun aboard the USS Tulagi en route to France, August 1944.
The Legend of Robert Smalls
submitted 1 month ago by SierraKiloBravo from youtu.be
The Second Korean War: A Forgotten Conflict 1966 - 1969. The story of the forgotten 'Second Korean War', that occurred along the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea between 1966-69, which resulted in many US casualties in sometimes intense engagements with communist infiltrators.
For Decades, Southern States Considered Thanksgiving an Act of Northern Aggression
submitted 1 month ago by iraelmossadreddit from atlasobscura.com
Chinese Pidgin English - Wikipedia
submitted 1 month ago by magnora7 from en.wikipedia.org
Communism’s First Defeat
submitted 1 month ago by scrubking from frontpagemag.com
"We all flew so low!" Spitfire: Hold my beer
submitted 1 month ago by SierraKiloBravo from static.noagendasocial.com
The soldier who refused to surrender
submitted 1 month ago by realpanzer from rarehistoricalphotos.com
Opium and Colonization
The man who saved Kyoto from the atomic bomb
submitted 1 month ago by realpanzer from bbc.com
If Japan did not surrender on 15 August 1945, a third atomic bombing was planned. Japan's surrender was a complicated and difficult process involving a military coup and America was reluctantly faced with using the third bomb - but which city was to be targeted? And would it have ended the war?
Rudyard Kipling’s Son Killed in Action
Helicopter sprays tear gas on demonstrators on University of California, Berkeley campus
submitted 1 month ago by iraelmossadreddit from picturethis.museumca.org
Off the North west coast of Ireland, lies an underwater WW2 tank graveyard. The tanks were being carried by the SS Empire Heritage when the ship was struck by a German uboat. The tanks lay undiscovered for 70 years, 70 meters down when they were rediscovered by divers.
Americans Say Sept. 11 Will Be More Historically Significant Than Pearl Harbor DECEMBER 7, 2001
submitted 1 month ago by iraelmossadreddit from news.gallup.com
The US Bombed Japan in 1945 to Demonstrate Its Power to the USSR
submitted 1 month ago by realpanzer from lewrockwell.com
John B. Calhoun and the real Rats of N.I.M.H. Fascinating research that predicted the rise of hypersexuality, sociopathic elites, soyboys, incels and ultimately the end, as young rats didn't learn courtship behaviors and could not breed. Afterwards the rats never again could reenter healthy society
Today marks 75 years since the bombing of Hiroshima.
Timeline to War (Beginning 1939)
submitted 1 month ago by realpanzer from bionicmosquito.blogspot.com
Timeline To War (Through 1938)
Presidents, former and future, 1989.
The United States Coast Guard originated 230 years ago today
Man, in 1972, airliners just dropped out of the skies and crashed in alarming numbers.
submitted 1 month ago by Chipit from en.wikipedia.org
Brought up to Believe - the many fallacies that many generally were taught – mostly, but not totally, regarding history.
Theodore Roosevelt visits Yosemite National Park, 1903.
A portrait of 8-year-old Różyczka Goździewska. She assisted in the field hospital of company "Koszta" during the Warsaw Uprising, August 1944. She survived the war.
The footprint of a Roman toddler has been preserved on this tile for 2000 years.
A Soldier Stole a Helicopter and Landed on the White House Font Lawn
Members of the 201st Fighter Squadron of the Mexican Expeditionary Air Force, which was attached to the U.S. Fifth Air Force during WW2, at Clark Field in the Philippines, 1945.
Scientists find origin source of larger Stonehenge pieces
submitted 1 month ago by Vigte from ca.news.yahoo.com
The Cleggan Bay Tragedy
A Brief History of: The Goiania Incident (Short Documentary). In 1985 1km away from Brazil's Goiania city sat Instituto Giano de Radioterapia a private radiotherapy centre that moved, taking a cobalt-60 tele-therapy unit with them however the move left behind a caesium 137 tele-therapy unit.
The Unusual Racing Companion | SKB Documentaries
Marshal Zhukov Dismissed By Khruschev (1957). The Left going after its own best people has a long history.
Absolute Mad Lads - The Glencoe Massacre. Imagine Count Dankula is better at telling intriguing stories than Hollywood. The phrase "and so began a boogaloo" needs to be in common use from now on.
US Army Gold Hunters - The Postwar Search for Hidden Bullion in Japan
A French vision of Europe after WWI, 1916
submitted 1 month ago by Jashfior from i.imgur.com
A group of archaeologists discovered a claw from a moa (with muscles and flesh intact) while digging in a cave in New Zealand. Moa’s became extinct 700 - 800 years ago.
submitted 1 month ago by SierraKiloBravo from i.imgur.com
First-Ever Photo of a Total Solar Eclipse by Julius Berkowski, July 28, 1851
submitted 1 month ago by wahala from vintag.es
Deadliest Sniper in History: Simo Häyhä, The White Death - A Space Alien Explains
submitted 1 month ago by Sw0rdofDam0cles from youtu.be
Fire destroys Thomas Jefferson library
submitted 1 month ago by iraelmossadreddit from history.com
History Killers: The Academic Fraudulence of the 1619 Project
submitted 1 month ago by sproketboy from newdiscourses.com
The History Of Paper
submitted 1 month ago by magnora7 from papersizes.org
Surprise cave discoveries may double the time people lived in the Americas
submitted 1 month ago by Vigte from nationalgeographic.com
A woman breaks through the police line during President Eisenhower’s motorcade through Chicago during the Republican Convention, 60 years ago today.
Hermann Göring's Mysterious Demise. Somehow this war criminal managed to kill himself in his cell despite a 24/7 suicide watch. He was housed in a prison with other war criminals including Ilsa Koch of Buchenwald. The SS women made made constant false allegations of rape against the American guards.
America’s First Multimillionaire Got Rich Smuggling Opium
The Thai's Vengeance: The 1940 Franco-Thai War. The Franco-Thai war was one of the largely forgotten yet important conflicts that occurred during WW2. It pitted a weakened European power against one of the last remaining nations that survived colonization.
Vernal Fall, Yosemite Valley, California, circa 1948, photographed by Ansel Adams.
submitted 2 months ago by SierraKiloBravo from pbs.twimg.com
Timeline of U.S Presidents
submitted 1 month ago by pheonix_bird from youtube.com
F.B.I. Documents On Smedley Butler
submitted 2 months ago by CompleteDoubterII from vault.fbi.gov
Gravestone for Dambusters Dog Replaced Due to Racist Name
submitted 2 months ago by SierraKiloBravo from warhistoryonline.com
Revenge for the Holocaust
submitted 2 months ago by ruperttaylor from owlcation.com
Ulysses Grant completing his memoirs, near Saratoga Springs NY, a month before his death 135 years ago today
submitted 2 months ago by SierraKiloBravo from i.imgur.com
11 Ways Corruption Led to the French Revolution
submitted 2 months ago by AliceofX from youtube.com
Pearl Harbor Warning – America’s Ambassador to Japan Raised the Alarm That War Was Coming. Why Was He Ignored? - MilitaryHistoryNow.com
submitted 2 months ago by christnmusicreleases from militaryhistorynow.com
Mark Twain's 1898 Harper’s essay “Concerning the Jews.” He wrote about what might happen should “the cunningest brains in the world” find political cohesion: “It will not be well to let the race find out its strength. If the horses knew theirs, we should not ride any more.”
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from sourcebooks.fordham.edu
Praetorian Guard: The Elite Military Unit of the Roman Empire who Protected the Emperor [4m28s]
submitted 2 months ago by magnora7 from youtube.com
The American Dambusters. In 1951, US Navy Squadron 195 earned the famous name 'Dambusters' following a daring raid on a strategically vital Chinese-held dam using slow and outdated aircraft during the height of the Korean War.
submitted 2 months ago by Chipit from youtube.com
Camp at Shoshone Falls, Idaho, 1868, photographed by Timothy O’Sullivan.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SACRIFICE EXPOSED
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