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The Courageous Voyage Of The Refugees Aboard The St. Louis

When the St. Louis entered the waters outside of Halifax, they didn’t expect Canada would turn them away. They did. The MS St. Louis…

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10 Heartwarming Images Of U.S. Presidents Demonstrating Affection Just Because

There was a time in history when affection was a tough bit of vulnerability to wrangle from men, not just from presidents, but from…

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5 Historic Island Castaways Who Survived To Tell Their Tales

Last week the BBC announced that a helicopter spotted two boats of castaways in the Marshall Islands. One was a boat of three fishermen.…

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Battle Of Wizna; 720 Polish Fighters Fought Off 41,000 Germans For Three Days At The Start Of WWII

The attack on Poland started on September 1st, 1939. By October 6th the same year, it was all over. English-speaking history records the invasion…

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Romani; The Untold Survivors Of Nazi Germany (For Whom The Battle Rages On)

It’s no secret that the Jews suffered almost 6-million deaths during the holocaust, but lesser known is that the Soviets lost as many as…

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Florida’s 16th Century Spanish Colonists; Archeologists Found #3 of 6 Spanish Colonist Shipwrecks

Last month archeologists confirmed another sunken Spanish galleon off the coast of Pensacola, Florida. It’s the third one they’ve found from the same fleet.…

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The Movie Allied Is True But For One Tiny Detail About British Spies

Starring Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard, the 2016 Robert Zemeckis film does not start with the modern standard of “based on a true story,”…

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That Day Roy Benavidez Took On 1,000 North Vietnamese Soldiers With A Knife

Despite suffering 37 separate wounds from bullets, bayonets, and shrapnel, on May 2, 1968, Master Sergeant Raul Perez “Roy” Benavidez battled through 1,000 North Vietnamese…

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WWII Refugees: Colorized Photos From History That Show Their Plight

First, we featured colorized photos of the Civil War. Then we looked at what a splash of color could do to images from the…

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The United States; Making Canada Nicer Since The Revolutionary War

We call them American Canadians, but it’s a misnomer. Canadians are Americans. So are Mexicans. So are Argentinians. That said, we all [read: ‘Mericans]…

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