"History" Blogs & Blog Posts

A Postcard a DayA Postcard a Day

My father started collecting postcards many years ago. I'm continuing ...

 
Rhymes With RightRhymes With Right

Blog on news, politics, and other matters of interest written by a Texas te...

 
Heritage and HistoryHeritage and History

History is not stuck on a dusty shelf it is all around. We feature culture...

 
Your New RealityYour New Reality

There are so many kinds of reality, it's hard to keep track. Let me he...

 
Pro CommercePro Commerce

A look at the direction and meaning of commerce. Commerce is the source of...

 
The Menso Guide to War, Conflict and World IssuesThe Menso Guide to War, Conflict and World Issues

Analysis of conflicts that lead to violence, with emphasis on the Middle Ea...

 
Women of HistoryWomen of History

A site providing biographies of some of the fascinating women who have grac...

 


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Eusebio Leal Spengler (1942-2020) was 16 when the dictator Fulgencio Batista, having made millions from bribes from mafia-run casinos, fled into exile on New Year’s Day 1959. A devout Catholic, Leal rushed to ring the church bells to usher in the...

The 1989 loma Prieta earthquake. 31 one years ago today. I was in my vegetable garden in the Berkeley hills. The ground started to really shake, not scary, but I was like “wow, this in the biggest quake I ever felt.” Little quakes are common in t...

In the “Well, this is new from a POTUS” file:   Trump retweets satirical news story about Joe Biden and Twitter. Apparently not realizing it was satire.  On the one hand, whatevs, most people have fallen for a satirical article onc...

Dr Wainer read the Board of Enquiry into Police Corruption in 1971 (top image) Bertram Wainer (1928-87) grew up fatherless in Gorbals, Glasgow’s poor district, during the Great Dep­res­­sion. He had to go to work after primary school.

This animation shows how the 14th-century Charles Bridge was built in Prague.Here's the video description, machine-translated: The digital model "Charles Bridge – construction of a pillar and vaulted field in the 14th century" was created f...

Jingles dominated the American advertising sector for a large portion of the mid to late 1900s. But now they’ve mostly become a relic of a... The post OMG, explained: The unexpected death of the AD JINGLE appeared first on OMG.BLOG.

October 14, 1066. It was a bright late fall day in Southern England. English King Harold and possibly 10,000 or more foot soldiers were arrayed on top of a hill behind a shield wall (that’s a line of men holding large shields touching or even overl...