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History Monday #65

T-minus three seconds to liftoff…We have a new week beginning again and #HistoryMonday is here with it. Today’s event has impacts on several previous entries for #HistoryMonday. 385 more words


Expose: US Concentration Camps in Post-War Germany

Other Losses: An Investigation into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the Hands of the French and Americans After World War II

by James Bacque… 723 more words

Hidden History


Non-Fiction: Read one, Jettison two.

This year I’ve bought or checked from the library three fat books. 

READ: Thomas Cromwell, Diamaid MacCulloch, presenting a detailed study of Henry VIII’s most competent and efficient advisor and Chancellor. 726 more words

1919 Transcontinental Convoy: Mud in Ohio Slows The Trip Down

July 15, 1919

The U.S. Army’s Cross-Country Motor Transport Train, just over a week after leaving Washington, D.C., to embark on its pioneering transcontinental journey, was traveling through Ohio and struggling with the aftereffects of heavy rain that threatened to significantly slow down the convoy. 734 more words


Western wear and prairie politics

Sporting a zebra motif, a horse towers over Abilene, Kansas, welcoming visitors to Rittel’s Western Wear, a shop I can never seem to pass without stopping. 784 more words

Corporate America Invented Christian America

Historian Kevin Kruse explains how Corporate America created what we call “Christian America.” (26 minutes):

So many of us want to know how our current alignments got to be the way they are. 505 more words

Corporate Greed

Pickett's Charge, Gettysburg - May 2019

Early morning drive on the Gettysburg Auto Road along Seminary Ridge – where 15,000 Confederate troops lined up on July 3, 1863 in what came to be know as Pickett’s Charge. 564 more words