The Lenape chief Tamanend was a trusted negotiator and brought peace to the Delaware Valley for 70 years
Adolf Hitler and his Nazi regime turned to voodoo science in their drive for supremacy.
Jim Rasenberger reveals Sam Colt, the man behind the namesake iconic American firearm, warts and all
A look at seven of the most infamous mutinies throughout seafaring history
Jim Bede aimed high with his little homebuilt BD-5 bullet, but engine woes and questionable financial moves caused him to overshoot the target.
‘I would rather go there and run the chances of being Shot than Stay here all Summer.’
Unfolding on colonial Florida’s violent frontier, Zephaniah Kingsley’s story belongs to a paradoxical, pivotal chapter in the history of slavery in the United States.
They say history is written by the victors, and the 1938 German loss to a French-born Jew René Dreyfus, and his female boss, heiress and speed queen Lucy Schell, had to be destroyed from the annals of history.
Author fingers Evelyn Wood’s speed reading scam
Fearful of communist encroachment that threatened its survival, Thailand provided crucial aid to the U.S. fight in neighboring Indochina.