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That Time 11 Soldiers From Norway Thwarted Hitler’s Nuke Strategy

At one point during WWII, the only thing standing between the Nazi’s and nuclear weaponry was heavy water, an element they needed to facilitate…

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Battles That Made History: Tours

Last time, on Battles That Made History, we talked about the famous Battle of Gettysburg. Gettysburg was the most important battle of the American Civil War…

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On This Day, January 10th

1. 1863: World’s first subway system opened The first urban underground railway in history began operations on this date in 1863 in London, England.…

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Never Overrated; Meryl Streep Is The Most Impressive Living Legend In Hollywood

Meryl Streep recently swept our social media feeds via her acceptance speech at the Golden Globes, heretofore known as Streep’s 2017 Golden Globes Speech.…

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Laodicea’s Sacred Agora

“Work in the agora is very important. It covers an area of 35,000 square meters. There is 10.8-meter columned gallery here that we call…

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Why Can’t We Say “Macbeth” in a Theater?

Macbeth – the famed “Scottish Play” – is one of Shakespeare’s most popular tragedies. More famous than the play itself, perhaps, is the fabled…

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On This Day, January 9th

1. 2007: Debut of the first iPhone It was on this date in 2007 that Steve Jobs debuted the first generation iPhone at the…

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Building A Wall: The Story Of The Border Between Mexico And The USA

As we press forward into the new year, we will likely hear more about the border between Mexico and the United States. In recent…

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Charlotte Brontë: Famed Novelist and Eldest of the Brontë Sisters

Of the three Brontë sisters who survived into adulthood, Charlotte Brontë was the oldest. Her most famous work is Jane Eyre, published in October…

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Do You Know History’s Most Important Dates?

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