The Decision: Eisenhower and Remembering D-Day 75 Years Later
Unlikely Heroes of World War 1: Finding Patriotism in the Midst of Bigotry, Hate, and Xenophobia.
Children Workers and Workplace Accidents: What was the Price Paid for Industrializing America?
Was He a Fraud, or the Real Hero of Gettysburg? The Truth About Daniel Sickles.
Remembering the USS Indianapolis: The Last American Warship Sunk in WWII.
Terror in the Atlantic: Nazi U-boat Attacks on American Ships during World War II.
Dreams, Lies, and Flapper Girls: The Myth of the 1920’s.
Talking to the Dead in Post-Civil War America.
America and the Great War: Hopes, Dreams and Blue Death.
The Death of Abraham Lincoln Brought Mourning and Cheering.
Innocence and Greed: The Shaping of Early 20th Century America.
Our Obsession with Conspiracy Theories
Civil War Vets and Mental Illness: The Tragedy After the War.
Tax Cheaters in Early 20th Century America
Forgotten Lives: Women leaders of early 20th Century America.
Un-American: As Reported by the Press in the Early 20th Century America.
Grave Robbers and Dissection Labs: The Nightmares of 19th Century America.
Early Radio Reflected Both the Good and Bad of America.
The different expectations of Christmas 1944.
The public was slow to accept electric lights in ships.
Slavery was supported by white southern pastors.
Monsters in 20th century America.
Chicago 1900: Pickled hands and much worse.
The battle of Gettysburg, and more: Understanding the incompetence of Civil War surgeons.
The Civil War was the perfect storm.
D-Day: Teddy Roosevelt would have been proud of his son.
Lee and Grant: Before the Civil War.
Woodrow Wilson and the science of eugenics: He believed that certain races and people were better than others.
D-Day: The fight to get off Omaha Beach.
D-Day: The Landing on Omaha Beach.
General George Custer: A fool, or a misguided narcissist?
Historic Virginia hotel has had a history of fires.
At least half of the Civil War dead were never identified.
Eisenhower: A Five Star General,who never had battlefield experience.
With the birth of the film industry, soon came the call for censorship.
The captains of industry refused to serve in a war that they profited from.
If you want to know the truth about history, start with George Washington’s birthplace.
The freedom of the world depended on this one thing.
In the last century many people felt they could communicate with the dead
American automakers supported Nazism.
Rural Americans have long been misunderstood.