John C. Dean | History
After years of trial and error in matching suspected shooter sites with hit points on 22 Nov '63, I got a perfect match for a 16-20 shot conspiracy that killed JFK and made forensic ballistic analysis out of it plus show re-processed photos to show what was covered up by the government when they absconded with all photos on day one. It was as...
Dorothy Mills | History
This book, like the first of the series the Book of the Ancient World, was used in its original manuscript form by one of my history classes. It carries on the story of the way in which man has been learning how to live from the time of the Coming of the Greeks to the loss of Greek independence in 146 B.C.
Nathaniel C. Hale | History
In the seventeenth century there was a seemingly insatiable demand in Europe for beaver pelts, inflated in no small degree by early laws prohibiting the use of cheaper furs in hat making. Since...
Hannah Lynch | History
Among the nations of the earth there exists no more striking contrast than that between the people of Paris and the people of France. While the capital is a political furnace, where all sorts of conflicting ideas and opinions are continually boiling with such a rage of effervescence that the inhabitants, unaccustomed to the sense of calm and...
Emmanuel Bourcier | History
Life is a curious thing. In time of war Life is itself the extraordinary and Death seems the only ordinary thing possible for men.
Benaiah Orajereyor Agejivwie | History
Have you ever wondered how albinos are treated cruelly in most part of the world, especially in virtual all parts of Africa?Dive with me into the captivating world of \"The History of Albinism in Africa: Myths, Legends, and Superstitions,\" an enthralling imaginary journey that exposes the veiled narratives and rich history of albinism in the...
George B. McClellan | History
During the past four or five years I have been preparing a life of General McClellan in which I plan especially to stress the political influences behind the military operations of the first two years of the Civil War. The main source for my study has been the large collection of “McClellan Papers” in the Library of Congress at Washington...
Mary Agnes Hamilton | History
In this little book I am going to try to tell you something about Abraham Lincoln. There is far more to say about him than can be fitted into so small a space; and perhaps when you are older you will read about him for yourselves, and read his wonderful speeches.
Maxim Ferapontov | History
Bronze was the first human-made material. Bronze transformed the small communities of the Fertile Crescent into the first civilizations. Sumer and Egypt, Canaan and Hittites, Minoans and Mycenaeans and other cultures made history in the IV-II millennium BCE in the Age of Bronze.Our magazine will tell you about ancient times, when the Egyptian...
Mrs. Robert C. Morris | History
Many have been before me, and the theme of this volume can hardly be called new, for Japan has been viewed from every side and through all kinds of eyes. This, however, has not deterred me from jotting down a few observations and experiences of my own, hoping that in them my readers may feel some rays of the Orient sunshine and beauty.