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Blu-Ray Review: ‘WWII From Space’

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Every World War II documentary features animated maps showing troop movements, but WWII From Space takes this a step farther, with computer-generated animation showing what famous battles would have looked like from the stratosphere Read More »

Book Review: ‘The President And The Provocateur’ by Alex Cox

Alex Cox

Charting more than reasonable doubts when it comes to the official versions surround the assassinations of Kennedy and Oswald. Read More »

FreeRice and the Korean War

Civilians seen fleeing in the fields during a retreat of UN forces during the Korean War. (Harry St. Truman Library)

The age of the Internet has created new ways to be a humanitarian hero every day. FreeRice is one. Read More »

Book Review: ‘How The Light Is Spent’ by Gail Sidonie Sobat

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This is history as it should be, told through the pen of a poet with an eye for the important details of life. Read More »

Book Review: The Gordonston Ladies Dog Walking Club – by Duncan Whitehead


A maelstrom of emotion hidden in small town America. Read More »

Book Review: The Barbed Crown – by William Dietrich


What would have been the outcome had Napoleon understood the the lengths the British would go to, in order to come out on top? Read More »

Book Review: Confronting the Classics: A Provocative Tour of What is Happening Now in the Classics by Mary Beard


A fine collection of essays that started life as book reviews. Read More »

Book Review: Frozen in Time: An Epic Story of Survival and a Modern Quest for Lost Heroes of World War II by Mitchell Zuckoff

An exciting account of the actions of many brave men and women who were trying to do what was right. Read More »

The Boston Marathon Winner Who Fed the Hungry

In 1946, Greece's Stylianos Kyriakides used the race to shine the spotlight on hunger in his homeland. Read More »

Book Review: Vintage Tomorrows by James H. Carrott and Brian David Johnson

In-depth study of the emerging steampunk sub-culture. Read More »