Tag: Nazis

How Dr. Seuss helped America defeat Hitler

Found brooch tells a story of Nazi hatred, ancient history and the viking influence on the world

The tragic story of Hitler’s secret lover

October 17, 1993: Albert Einstein makes his move to America permanently

Nazis and the occult: Deep connection or overused movie plot device?

The sweater that saved a little girl from being executed by Nazis

Hitler turned a tasty chocolate bar into a way to kill Churchill

The Nazis’s theory about the creation of the cosmos

The man on all sides of the WWII: Yang Kyoungjong

Mad Jack Churchill: WWII’s infamous British bagpipe player and swordsman

How a crossword puzzle almost blew it for D-day

The Life of Freddie Oversteegen, One of the Teenage Girls Who Lured Nazis to Their Death during WWII

The Fanta That You Love is Linked with the Nazis That You Hate

January 19, 1981: Muhammad Ali prevents someone from taking their own life

Marquis de Lafayette, French hero of the American Revolution

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January 17, 1917: United States purchases the Virgin Islands

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Pablo Escobar’s wife Maria Henao hasn’t had it easy since his death

January 16, 1581: England legally bans Catholicism

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Historical events that were actually photographed

January 15, 1870: The Democrat donkey appears in print for the first time

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Weird ways animals have served in military through history

Princess Diana was no ordinary princess

January 14, 1967: The Human Be-In kicks off in San Francisco, marking the beginning of the “Summer of Love”

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January 13, 1968: Johnny Cash delivers famous performance inside Folsom State Prison

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January 12, 1998: Nineteen European countries jointly ban human cloning

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January 11, 1922: Insulin used to treat diabetes patient for first time

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Rare photos of the circus’s strange and amazing acts

Famous UK folk singer who had gone missing resurfaces 30 years later

Incredible photos of the last Mongolian eagle hunters

January 10, 1776: Thomas Paine publishes ‘Common Sense’

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Bessie Coleman: America’s first black female pilot


John Hancock: The man who financed the American Revolution


How lighthouse keeper Ida Lewis pioneered early female badassery

January 9, 2007: Steve Jobs unveils the first ever iPhone

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January 8, 1964: Lyndon B. Johnson declares “War on Poverty”

10 declassified operations the government kept secret for years

World War II veteran returns to Germany to solve a mystery that’s been haunting him for 70 years

January 7, 1927: First commercial phone call made between London and New York

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