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Hitler and Christianity

by Stephen J. Ardent in History, February 25, 2015

Was Hitler a Christian?

The American Revolution: Not Exactly a Revolution

by Kiefer in History, February 10, 2015

It can more appropriately be called the great American Evolution.

The Short Tragic Life of Boy Pharoah King Tut

by Lesley Hebert in History, January 31, 2015

How did King Tut live, and how did he die? What discoveries were unearthed in the tomb of boy pharoah and god-king Tutankhamun?

Medieval Painting (500-400)

by sharon gutierrez in History, January 29, 2015

The Middle Ages, from about the 6th to 11th centuries A.D
The Dark Ages. The article is edited by me from the book of knowledge. Photos are added for you to see the methods and materials. And the kind of their arts in this Era. With respect to Sarah Bradford Landau.

The Ferguson Riots in Review

by George Koukeas in History, January 28, 2015

Ferguson rioters are a mob seeking to subvert the law; their riots are marked by reverse racism.

The Aegean Civilization (3000-1100 B.c)

by sharon gutierrez in History, January 28, 2015

The Aegean arts, and the fresco, and The Greek and Roman Painting. The evolution of pottery into three different styles. The articles was edited by me, from book of knowledge. With respect to Sarah Bradford Landau.

Indian Culture

by puneeth2314 in History, January 27, 2015

Every nation has its own culture, Here we are talking about one of the best culture.

President Roosevelt’s Land Lease Bill

by Ruby Hawk in History, January 21, 2015

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt introduced the Land Lease Bill. Under it he was granted unprecedented power to aid any country whose defense was deemed vital to the defense of the United States. This was the loophole Roosevelt was looking for. America would lend tanks, warplanes, and ships that could be returned in kind after the war.

Selma -an Eyewitness Report-1965

by Dave Washington in History, January 21, 2015

Fifty years have passed since that faithful day in Montgomery, Alabama, when the world watched the solidarity of a disenfranchised people. People of all colors were standing up and throwing their hands in the air to celebrate the triumphant victory, which commemorated the fact that change had come and a new day was dawning.

Pirates of The Caribbean Five and Six

by asOTNS in History, January 18, 2015

After the success of the first four films, will they release more and should they?

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