Author: Matthew Black

Historical events that were actually photographed

Incredible photos of the last Mongolian eagle hunters

Where are they now? People in the news we forgot all about

Declassified documents reveal the truth about the FBI’s contribution to Ernest Hemingway’s demise

A toy monkey reunites a family decades after WWII

Last-known photographs of highly influential people

How Dr. Seuss helped America defeat Hitler

Decades after WWII was over, these men kept fighting

Declassified information reveals US Navy’s alliance with the Italian mob decades later

WWI vet’s diary describes the horrors of war, with a little humor thrown in

The Christmas party that stopped a world war

The greatest find of the 21st century solves 3,000-year-old mystery of the Trojan War

A letter from the past arrives 150 years after it was written

Ridiculous Cold War combat vehicles

Craziest Black Friday moments in history

Rare Civil War photos capture America’s greatest war

Secret room discovered under house turns out to be part of American history

Photographs of famous landmarks under construction

Historical finds we still don’t know the purpose of

What happened to the ancient Mayan civilization?

The not-so-noble tale of the Nobel Prize

The story of America in 15 cocktails

Things you didn’t know about Ancient Egypt

30 Prohibition party photos

(At least) 30 facts you didn’t know about Elvis

More Posts From ''

Historical events that were actually photographed

Weird ways animals have served in military through history

World 01.14.19

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”

History Today 01.13.19

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

History Today 01.12.19

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

History Today 01.11.19

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

World 01.10.19

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’

US 01.09.19

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

History Today 01.08.19

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

History Today 01.05.19

January 5, 1930: When Bonnie met Clyde

History Today 01.04.19

January 4, 1958: Sir Edmund Hillary travels to the South Pole

Where are they now? People in the news we forgot all about

History Today 01.03.19

January 3, 1521: Martin Luther is excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church

History Today 01.02.19

January 2, 1903: Theodore Roosevelt backs the first black postmaster

Ancient 01.01.19

Shining a light on the Dark Ages of medieval Europe

More Posts