The Aleppo Codex Mystery
CBS News Inquiry June 25 1967 Part 5
In 1910, two explorers began their quests to become the first men to ever set foot upon the southernmost point on earth. It was the “Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration,” and the South Pole represented one of the last unexplored areas on earth. What the Race to the South Pole Can Teach You About How to Achieve Your Goals
Unknown No More: Identifying A Civil War Soldier Hide caption A tintype photograph shows an unidentified Union soldier at the time of the Civil War, standing with his bayoneted musket. The Liljenquist Collection — Library of Congress Hide caption Zooming in on the image reveals that the stock of the soldier's rifle musket has two letters etched into it: "T.A." The Liljenquist Collection — Library of Congress Hide caption A sketch details the 14th Brooklyn regiment's uniform jacket, vest and kepi.
Our Man In Mexico by Jefferson Morley
Setting the Stage for the Titanic Tragedy - Graphic The crew of the Californian thought they were looking at a ship of different size and shape from the Titanic.
VIDEO: Andrew Bacevich on Sgt. Robert Bales
The return of "Castro did it" theory - Cuba Pancho the Pelican an urban celebrity in Havana He's become well known on 23rd Street, a busy thoroughfare in the Cuban capital
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From My Lai to Kandahar My name is William Calley, I’m a soldier of this land, I’ve tried to do my duty and to gain the upper hand, But they’ve made me out a villain, They have stamped me with a brand … The massacre of 16 Afghan men, women and children in Kandahar has, inevitably, recalled the My Lai incident in Vietnam.
What if democracy is just an illusion? New Haven, CT - Karl Marx never visited the United States, but he nevertheless understood the country, because he understood capitalism.
Complete 911 Timeline This timeline is meant to be a comprehensive resource for anyone attempting to understand 9/11 and the “war on terrorism” in general.
Colossal crops of the future in the Sunday comic "Closer Than We Think" (January 28, 1962) Super-Sized Food of the Future | Paleofuture
Conspiracy Theory Made Easy A fascinating article today entitled "Untimely Deaths in Ukraine", disputing the official explanations of "strange suicides and car crashes" in the Ukraine. Get a load of this, and from the Los Angeles Times, no less:
Popular modern reports claim Amelia Earhart made it to an island and survived for a time. Finding Amelia Earhart
— originally published at WhoWhatWhy You may have heard that the Fox News celebrity host Bill O’Reilly has a forthcoming book on JFK, timed for release this fall. The JFK Factor: Bill O’Reilly on the Assassination, Then and Now
The classic Steve McQueen movie immortalised three tunnels at Stalag Luft III PoW camp - now astonished archaeologists have discovered a fourth By Claudia Joseph UPDATED: 00:47 GMT, 20 November 2011 It has lain hidden for nearly 70 years and looks, to the untrained eye, like a building site.
My father-in-law recently sent along a link to this fascinating story from a few months back. The famous Steve McQueen movie, The Great Escape, was based on the true story of the daring escape attempt made by prisoners of the Stalag Luft III POW camp during WWII. Fourth Tunnel Discovered at “Great Escape” POW Camp
The Tea Party Report: Santorum or Saint-orum?
Evidence of the Use of Pandemic Flu to Depopulate USA
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