20 Influential Women in History You Need to Know About

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    20 Influential Women in History You Need to Know About

    Their influence and contributions are impossible to ignore.

    by Catherine Phelan

    9 Outstanding Audiobooks for Every Kind of History Buff

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    9 Outstanding Audiobooks for Every Kind of History Buff

    Listen up, history fans. These great audiobooks are for you.

    by Audrey Webster

    "I've Been to the Mountaintop": Revisiting the 1968 Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

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    "I've Been to the Mountaintop": Revisiting the 1968 Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

    Gerald Posner examines that fateful day and the man responsible for King's murder in Killing the Dream.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    More Than a Scientist: The Lesser-Known Life of Sir Isaac Newton

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    More Than a Scientist: The Lesser-Known Life of Sir Isaac Newton

    Taking the post of Warden of His Majesty’s Mint in 17th-century London, Newton came face-to-face with seedy criminals. 

    by Audrey Webster

    Jim Jamison: The U.S. Corporal Who Sought Out Scientists in Post-Nazi Germany

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    Jim Jamison: The U.S. Corporal Who Sought Out Scientists in Post-Nazi Germany

    Jamison was part of a top-secret program, similar to Operation Paperclip, that recruited German scientists to work for the U.S. government after World War II. 

    by Mack Maloney

    20 Influential Women in History You Need to Know About

    History

    20 Influential Women in History You Need to Know About

    Their influence and contributions are impossible to ignore.

    by Catherine Phelan

    9 Outstanding Audiobooks for Every Kind of History Buff

    Books

    9 Outstanding Audiobooks for Every Kind of History Buff

    Listen up, history fans. These great audiobooks are for you.

    by Audrey Webster

    "I've Been to the Mountaintop": Revisiting the 1968 Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

    Books

    "I've Been to the Mountaintop": Revisiting the 1968 Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

    Gerald Posner examines that fateful day and the man responsible for King's murder in Killing the Dream.

    by Sarah Mangiola

    More Than a Scientist: The Lesser-Known Life of Sir Isaac Newton

    Books

    More Than a Scientist: The Lesser-Known Life of Sir Isaac Newton

    Taking the post of Warden of His Majesty’s Mint in 17th-century London, Newton came face-to-face with seedy criminals. 

    by Audrey Webster

    Jim Jamison: The U.S. Corporal Who Sought Out Scientists in Post-Nazi Germany

    History

    Jim Jamison: The U.S. Corporal Who Sought Out Scientists in Post-Nazi Germany

    Jamison was part of a top-secret program, similar to Operation Paperclip, that recruited German scientists to work for the U.S. government after World War II. 

    by Mack Maloney

    20 Influential Women in History You Need to Know About

    History

    20 Influential Women in History You Need to Know About

    Their influence and contributions are impossible to ignore.

    by Catherine Phelan

    History

    A Most Dangerous Humanitarian Mission: When Allied Pilots Dropped Food Into Nazi Occupied Territory

    A Most Dangerous Humanitarian Mission: When Allied Pilots Dropped Food Into Nazi Occupied Territory

    The best planes for the job were bombers—aircraft that German artillery units fired upon at every opportunity.

    by Logan Nye, We Are the Mighty

    History

    The Long, Strange History of the Maunsell Sea Forts

    The Long, Strange History of the Maunsell Sea Forts

    The eerie and abandoned World War II relics remain standing to this day.

    by Robert Walsh

    History

    That Time Imperial Japan Tried to Bomb the U.S. Using Hydrogen Balloons

    That Time Imperial Japan Tried to Bomb the U.S. Using Hydrogen Balloons

    Approximately 9,000 balloons packed with explosives drifted toward American shores...

    by Tim Kirkpatrick, We Are the Mighty

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    8 Books Behind Great War Movies

    8 Books Behind Great War Movies

    From non-fiction accounts to novels, books have inspired some of the greatest war films ever made.

    by Stephen Lovely

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    12 Baseball Books to Ring in the New Season

    12 Baseball Books to Ring in the New Season

    Step up to the plate, and learn the history of America's favorite pastime.

    by Stephen Lovely

    History

    A Most Dangerous Humanitarian Mission: When Allied Pilots Dropped Food Into Nazi Occupied Territory

    A Most Dangerous Humanitarian Mission: When Allied Pilots Dropped Food Into Nazi Occupied Territory

    The best planes for the job were bombers—aircraft that German artillery units fired upon at every opportunity.

    by Logan Nye, We Are the Mighty

    History

    The Long, Strange History of the Maunsell Sea Forts

    The Long, Strange History of the Maunsell Sea Forts

    The eerie and abandoned World War II relics remain standing to this day.

    by Robert Walsh

    Books

    10 Essential Books About Martin Luther King, Jr.

    10 Essential Books About Martin Luther King, Jr.

    50 years after his death, we look back on King's legacy with these 10 vital reads. 

    by Catherine Phelan

    History

    Moonshot: That Time American Intelligence Collected Soviet Communication Signals Via the Moon

    Moonshot: That Time American Intelligence Collected Soviet Communication Signals Via the Moon

    In 1960, a U-2 spy plane captured images of a massive and mysterious antenna in Soviet Russia...

    by Logan Nye, We Are the Mighty

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    Constance: The Untold Story of Oscar Wilde’s Wife

    Constance: The Untold Story of Oscar Wilde’s Wife

    Though a popular children’s author and activist, Mrs. Wilde’s life eventually became one marked by scandal. 

    by Sarah Mangiola

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