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On This Day, December 9th

1. 1992: Prince Charles and Princess Diana announce separation It was on this date in 1992 that it was officially announced that the royal…

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Notorious: A History Of The Kray Twins

British history is filled with crooks and criminals. Over the years, any number of people have tried to take control of local populations, inflicting…

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5 Forgotten And Sometimes Bizarre Traditions Of Christmas

The tradition of Christmas is a tradition of traditions. Every family carries their own. Even though they morph over the years, those traditions are…

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On This Day, December 8th

1. 1980: The assassination of John Lennon Music fans all over the world mourned on this date in 1980 after it was announced the…

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These Treasures Are Too Precious For Museums

Museums hold some of the most precious items ever to have been created. From the Mona Lisa in Paris to the Statue of David…

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These Tales Behind 5 Christmas Classics Will Make You Love Them Even More

If you celebrate Christmas, then there’s a good chance you have your favorite films for getting into the spirit of the season. You watch…

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History’s Badasses: Spartacus

Last time on History’s Badasses, we covered martial arts badass, actor, and director Bruce Lee. This time, we’re talking about the famous Thracian, Spartacus, a Roman…

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Where Was Ancient Byblos’ Harbor?

The city of Byblos is considered by the UNESCO World Heritage Foundation to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.…

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On This Day, December 7th

1. 1941: Attack on Pearl Harbor It was on this date in 1941 that the Japanese struck a critical blow against the United States…

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Thomas Mutter: Strange Collectionist Extraordinaire

Strange figures have a habit of hanging around in history. Whether they’re remembered for their achievements, their creations or just their interesting habits, certain…

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