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Florence Nightingale: “The Lady with the Lamp”

Florence Nightingale was an English nurse known for her work during the Crimean war. Every night, she would make rounds through the camps, checking…

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Unsolved History: 17 Shocking & Unforgettable Mysteries

There are so many mysteries in this wonderful world of ours. Some are awesome and yet some are flat out terrifying. Why did people…

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Bronze Age Village Destroyed By Arsonists

Located in eastern England over 3,000 years ago was a wonderful Bronze Age village. Unfortunately, this village was burnt down. Experts now believe that…

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The Appalling and Inhumane Atlantic Slave Trade

Between the 1400s-1800s, the Atlantic slave trade, or the transatlantic slave trade, took place. West Africans would be sold into slavery to western Europeans,…

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Battles That Made History: The Siege of Yorktown

Last time on Battles that Made History, we talked about the legendary Battle of the 300, commonly known as Thermopylae, where Spartan general Leonidas held…

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Does a Paleo Diet Eliminate Cancer? Not According to Archaeology

“Modern medicine tends to assume that cancers and tumours in humans are diseases caused by modern lifestyles and environments. Our studies show the origins…

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Mayan Site Helps Archaeologists Debunk ‘Chariots of the Gods’ Theory

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO – Mayan king Pakal’s soul was destined to go down, not up, archaeologists say. In 1968, Erich von Daniken wrote his…

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How Anglo-Saxons Established Dominance By Burying Their Dead

ROTHLEY, LEICESTERSHIRE – A new find is helping researchers reshape an old narrative about England’s history. England’s ancient past has been story after story…

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Tools Dating Back 16,000 Years Found In Texas

“We are beginning to understand that the first peoples in the New World were just like us: intelligent, inventive, creative — and they found…

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Robert E. Lee: Famous Confederate Army General

Robert E. Lee was the general of the Confederate Army during the infamous American Civil War. He first served in the American Army as…

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