British aristocrats often went broke after royal visits. Every summer, Queen Elizabeth I and her massive court set out on a ...
Soldier and Companion, c.1861-65 (tintype with brass mat & leather case), American Photographer, (19th century)/Detroit ...
The 400-year rule of the Han Dynasty generated a slew of innovations in everything from agriculture to metallurgy to ...
The Equal Educational Opportunities Act is signed into law by President Richard Nixon on August 21, 1974. The new law addressed civil rights issues in education, barring states from discriminating ...
It was in HISTORY’s series 'Unidentified' that the active-duty Navy pilots who encountered the crafts first came forward to ...
From a trove of Fabergé eggs to Nazi-stolen gold dumped in a lake, these supposedly missing stashes have captured the ...
It was a daring and massive offensive into the Nazi-occupied Netherlands that ultimately became a costly failure. Code-named ...
Over 136,000 GM workers participated in a sit-down strike in Flint, Michigan. The General Motors body plant in Flint, ...
Long before he rose to become a ruthless dictator, the Nazi leader was a struggling young artist. In early 1908, after the ...
Mexican American families in California secured an early legal victory in the push against school segregation. Unlike the ...
The relationship between the two 1,600-year-old individuals is unknown, but their burial suggests a close bond. Brothers?
Alexander used both military and political cunning to finally unseat the Persian superpower. Alexander III was born in 356 ...