The Black Sergeant and the White Judge Who Changed Civil Rights History
Bison are back, and that benefits many other species on the Great Plains
Learning From The Spanish Civil War
George S. Patton’s Lost Battle
Did 1968 Win the Culture War?
The war game that could have ended the world
Lützen and the birth of modern warfare
‘Evidence is in front of our eyes’ that pyramids were ‘built by aliens’.
Amateur leaders, not evil men, brought ruin to the world.
Europe’s Little Ice Age : ‘All things which grew above the ground died and starved’
The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month — 100 years ago
Going down with the ship: The principled sacrifice of Rear-Admiral William Landymore, a member of the finest generation.
82nd Airborne’s Stunning 1-Day KIA at Normandy
Revisiting the wreckage, on the centenary of the armistice.
Some piercing insights into the inestimable Winston Churchill.
Desert Rats return to El Alamein: British WWII heroes recall ‘hell on earth’ as they revisit Egyptian battlefield where they inflicted the Nazis’ first defeat of the war after crushing Rommel’s Afrika Korps.
Lord Cornwallis, the Siege of Yorktown, and America’s Victory in the War for Independence
The Roman ‘Brexit’: how life in Britain changed after 409 AD
A forgotten soldier on a forgotten front.
Unprecedented study confirms massive scale of lowland Maya civilization
Ancient Rome’s Military Marching-Camps
A slaughter, then oblivion, mark France’s deadliest day in World War One.
Archaeology professor may have unearthed long lost 17th century civilization.
B.C. voters should ponder the craziness down under when eyeing electoral reform.
Severe drought WAS to blame for the collapse of the Mayan civilisation 1,200 years ago.
History Explains Eastern European Hostility to Islam
The Biggest Tank Battle Ever (And It’s Been Completely Forgotten)
The Epic Sword Fight That Finally Killed Pizarro.