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5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Kwanzaa

Kwanzaa is the newest addition to the winter holidays. It was created fifty years ago, and since it’s so new, it’s often misunderstood by…

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Who’s Who?: Santa Claus, Saint Nick, and Father Christmas

There’s three main names that get thrown around a lot during the Christmas Season. You’ve got Santa Claus – the name you hear in…

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Hitler’s Nephew; The One Who Fought For The Allies

It was a cold day in Long Island that January 1939 when William “Willy” Patrick Hitler immigrated with his Irish mother to the United…

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On This Date, December 21st

1. 1970: Elvis meets with President Nixon It was on this date in 1970 that Elvis Presley met with President Nixon to offer his…

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Secret Experiments: 4 Times The CIA Tested On Citizens

Major historical breakthroughs in science often come with a dark backstory. While we might be on the road to developing safe methods of treating…

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How Louisa May Alcott Went From Poverty to Beloved Author

  Louisa May Alcott is known for her famous classic Little Women, published in 1868. She wrote two sequels to the book as well.…

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25 Interesting Facts About The Beverly Hillbillies

The Beverly Hillbillies might be one of the more recognizable TV families that you know of, but there are quite a few things that…

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On This Day, December 20th

1. 1957: Elvis Presley received his draft notice It was on this date in 1957 the “King”, Elvis Presley, received his draft notice to…

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A History of Locusta, The Black Widow Of Rome

Roman history is as long as it is packed with meticulous detail. Over the centuries of their power, the Romans saw some of the…

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Hiroo Onoda; The Man For Whom WWII Didn’t End Until 1975

On January 16th, 2014, as Hiroo Onoda exhaled his last breath, his battle with pneumonia ended with a heart attack. After 91 years he’d…

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