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Anomalies of History by J. Quantaman
An exploration of cyclical history. Is it valid? Do cultural cycles exist? Can they be determined?...
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Anthrax Sabotage in Finland by Jamie Bisher
The first modern biological warfare attacks with anthrax occurred in Finland in 1916....
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APOLOGY FOR SLAVERY IN ALABAMA by Uriah Fields
Alabama is the fourth state in the South to offer an apology for slavery. In this letter to the Governor of Alabama a native son of Alabama accep...
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April Fools by George Schwarz Jr.
The Viet Nam War from the perspective of an American civilian working in South Viet Nam during the war....
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Arab Spring, Israeli Winter by Sam Vaknin
Israel has witnessed and survived through many convulsions in the Arab street. In 1953, Nasser's youthful and reform-inclined pan-Arabism swept the Ar...
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Archaeology in Middle Georgia? by Aubrey Hammack
Archaeology is being done in Middle Georgia....
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Are the Vikings that bad? by Dena Moore
A longboat embellished with a fierce looking dragon head slices through choppy waves and dense fog. Men with horned helmets leap from the vessel and,...
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Area 51--Book Review by J.S. Bradford
Area 51, by Annie Jacobsen,published by Little Brown and Company, 2011,reviewed by J.S. Bradford....
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Arlington National Cemetery--A National Shrine by Richard Bauman
Arlington National Cemetery is this country's most scared shrine. This article tells its history...
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Arnora Orssdottir by Linda Newton Perry
Excerpt from Forced Blood The Norseman...
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aryans and nonaryans by radhakrishnan kc
Aryan a common word is being wrongly defined...
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Aspects of Daily Life in 500 BC Egypt as Portrayed by Herodotus by Franz Kessler
Introduction When Herodotus visits Egypt at ca 460 BC, the time of the pyramids is over. He encounters a culture in decline – perhaps without...
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Astronomy and the Archaeology of Power by Fr. Kurt Messick
A fascinating book _________________________________________...
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At the Core by Tova Gabrielle
....what's happening today in the USA, in relation to it's history.....A bit prophetic, as well....
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August and Augusta by Cornelia Amiri
The month of August is named for Octavian Augusta Caesar. As the first Roman Emperor, Augusta’s had a profound effect on Rome and Egypt. Listed ...
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Australian Shearers' Strike 1891 by Meg Leigh
The Shearers' strike of 1891 is a pivotal event in Australian history which was reponsible for the inception of the Australian Labor party and is als...
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Author Interview with Tere Tremaine Fase by Nicole Sorkin
"If the papers are not returned immediately, I will kill every man, woman, and child on the island." Shigenori Nishikaichi, a pilot in the Imperial Ja...
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Author Paints Picture Of Oleana Experience by Sandra Miller-Louden by Sandra Louden
September 2002 marked the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the first Norwegians to Potter County, Pennsylvania. The driving force behind this colo...
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Author Put In Who's Who by Naomi Hoomalu
Selma Times Journal Article from Sunday, August 3, 2003...
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Autobiografia Stalina czyli jak spaprać genialny temat by Andrzej Kwasniewski
Dawno nie czytałem tak kiepskiej autobiografii. Wróć. Chyba nigdy nie czytałem tak beznadziejnej autobiografii! Czytałem autobiogr...
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Avenue of War by Gene Williamson
From the Introduction to GUNS ON THE CHESAPEAKE. The Revolutionary War was fought up and down the Atlantic seaboard of the newly declared United State...
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Baby Boom Proves Economic Power by Peter Paton
Baby Boom Proves Economic Power ...
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Balkan Lessons by Sam Vaknin
No nation-state collapsed in the 1990s. Only implausible and unsustainable multi-cultural, multi-ethnic experiments (such as Czechoslovakia, the USSR,...
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Bankruptcy 101 - Why Arizona did the right thing. by Paul Berube
Are our politicians really this stupid? Or is it that they think we are? UNBELIEVABLE!...
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Banned Books, Censored Authors by Diana Guerrero
Judy Blume receives prestigious award while also topping the list of censored authors. Banned Book Week information and comments of California author,...
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Barack Obama Commander-in Chief America Made History by Mary Coe
Today, the whole world watched the Inauguration of Barack Obama, America's first African-American commander-in-Chief....
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Barack Obama, Our President, Our Hero by Terry O'Neal
We as American’s, we as African Americans have crawled a long, long way to get to where we are today. ...
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Barbarian Virtues: The United States Encounters Foreign People at Home and Abroad, 1876-1917 by Claywoman
A review of a social history and American Imperialism......
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Barbaric Attacks on Assyrian and Mesopotamian History by Fred Aprim
The cradle of Civilization was Mesopotamia. The history of Mesopotamia includes that of the indigenous Sumerians, Akkadians, Assyrians, Babylonians an...
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Barney's Ball Lake Lodge by Ed Zaruk
Barney and Marion Lamm operated this spectacular fly-in fishing lodge in northwestern Ontario in the 1940's, 50's, and 60,s...
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Basic Origins of Female Genital Mutilation by Quinton Crawford
The World Health Organization defines female genital mutilation as "the partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to t...
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Bastet, the Cat Headed Goddess by Catherine Chadwick
Cats are central to many religions and the Egyptian culture, so the fact that Bastet, the cat headed Goddess, was highly revered until the coming of C...
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Battle of Manassas Junction/Bull Run.......Molly Writes by m j hollingshead
The rout had become general and complete ...
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BATTLEFILM: Motion Pictures of the Great War by Phillip Stewart
An Excellent Overview of the Motion Pictures Filmed by the U.S. Army Signal Corps during WWI published in National Archive's Prologue Magazine....
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Belly Dance, the Original Women's Movement! by Janet Privett
Learn the surprising history of the magical Belly dance....
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Beltane Celebration by Karen Michelle Nutt
The Irish Gaelic Bealtaine or the Scottish Gaelic Bealtuinne is more commonly known as Beltane or May Day. Beltane is the fire of the Celtic god of l...
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Benedict Arnold, Peggy Arnold, and Aaron Burr by David Arthur Walters
Was Peggy in on Benedict's plot?...
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Big Discounts on My Book to Commemorate the 25th Anniversary of Tiananmen by Kai Yee Chan
Throughout the month of June, the price of kindle version of the book is reduced from US$9.99 to US$2.99 while that of printed version, from US$30 to ...
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Biltmore House by Sandra Hartsell
There are no words to describe this magnificent house....
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Black and White Decendants Make Abbeville SC History by Cynth'ya cynthyaspeaks@gmail.com
Cynth'ya Lewis Reed married into a family whose decendants have recently been traced back to the early 1800s, with the actual family "birthplace" sti...
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BLACK AUTHOR OFFERS NEW LEVEL OF PAN-AFRICANISM by Quinton Crawford
BLACK AUTHOR OFFERS NEW LEVEL OF PAN-AFRICANISM IN HIS NEW BOOK ENTITLED "KNOWLEDGE FOR TOMORROW: A SUMMARIZED COMMENTARY OF WORLD HISTORY, NATURE, HE...
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Black Friday the thirteenth by H Cruz
The Templar Tragedy...
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BLACK HISTORY MONTH - THE PAST IS NOW by Uriah Fields
History consists of more than his-story; it is also your-story. Those who do not know their history are not only doomed to repeat it but to pass it on...
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BLACK HISTORY MONTH: REMEMBER ME by Uriah Fields
Black History Month is for all Americans. Here is an incident that involved me in history....
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Black Man In The White House by Marguerite Lemoine
Walk humbly and do not stumble; You are being watched...
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Black Man In The White House by Marguerite Lemoine
Walk humblely and do not stumble; You are being watched...
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Black Men and White Women - An Epidemic? by Brenda Farrar-Ejemai
The taboo of a black man seeking and being seen with a white woman is no more. Not too long ago black men were beaten to death or lynched for this ve...
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Black Thursday by Celia Hayes
Part three of the story of the 'Polecat Crew' - their first and last mission...
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Blackburn - Cottontown by Jackie Coupe
A condensed look at some of the major influences on Blackburn as a town and its people. ...
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Blindness-Left, Right and Center by Jane Rodway
So sad, no one likes to read history anymore...
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