"History" Blogs & Blog Posts

The TravelSphereThe TravelSphere

The TravelSphere is a new travel site introducing readers to the more uniqu...

 
Rhymes With RightRhymes With Right

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

 
Your New RealityYour New Reality

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

 
A Postcard a DayA Postcard a Day

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

 
Heritage and HistoryHeritage and History

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

 
Michael GoreyMichael Gorey

Random thoughts and observations by former regional newspaper editor Michae...

 
Thinking Out AloudThinking Out Aloud

A blog of book reviews, occasional film reviews and posts on matters of int...

 


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so went off to see the Petrie Museum. It has long been on my bucket list but never really managed to get to it till today most awesome look…   And the chapel house next to UCL.    this was strange, what is it? Ah! ha! why? wh...

During the American Civil War, many soldiers on both sides of the conflict had their photograph taken. For many of these combatants, this might be the first, the only or the very last time their face would ever be recorded. What is very striking toda...

"Whether these badges were worn to celebrate the misrule of carnival days, attract good sexual luck, or merely amuse and titillate their owners, they show us a whole new side of medieval culture." Read the rest...

Your Brisbane tells a sorry tale. Karl Ernst Eschenhagen (born 1850) was a baker who emigrated from Germany in the 1880s and established one of Brisbane's best hospitality businesses. He started in a George St bakery, opened branches in Edward St and...

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley and Percy Bysshe Shelley. Stipple engraving. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)"[He] then proceeded, with much eagerness and enthusiasm, to show me the various instruments, especially the electrical apparatus; turning round the h...

This article, by Andy Roberts, was originally published in the Psychedelic Press UK print journal (2013 Vol.2) As an historian of LSD culture in Britain, I can honestly say I haven’t come across much......

I attended a lecture on Wounded Minds at the old alma mater. Fascinating stuff. the lecturer talked about the following: The First World War not only shaped the lives of thousands of young men and their families but also sparked a significant trans...