Recommended Interesting Articles

Advices

Biography of James A. Garfield, 20th President of the United States

James A. Garfield ( November 19, 1831-September 19, 1881) was an educator, lawyer, and a major general in the Union Army during the Civil War. He was elected to the Ohio State Senate and to the U.S. Congress before becoming the 20th American president on March 4, 1881. He served only until Sept. 19, 1881, when he died from complications caused by an assassin's bullet 11 weeks before.
Read More
Info

History of Newspapers In America

The history of the newspaper in America begins in 1619, at roughly the same time as the tradition began in England, and a few decades after the notion of a publicly distributed summary of news began in the Netherlands and Germany. In England, "The Weekly Newes," written by Thomas Archer and Nicholas Bourne and published by Nathan Butter (d.
Read More
New

Serial Killer Donald 'Pee Wee' Gaskins

Donald Gaskins had all the makings of a serial killer as a child. As an adult, he claimed the title of the most prolific serial killer in South Carolina history. Gaskins tortured, killed, and sometimes ate his victims. In his taped memoirs for the book " Final Truth, " by Wilton Earle, Gaskins said, "I have walked the same path as God, by taking lives and making others afraid, I became God's equal.
Read More
New

Nigerian Soldier with Japanese trophy, Burma

´╗┐Nigerian Soldier with Japanese trophy, Burma Here we see a Nigerian soldier, probably from either the 81st (West African) Division or 82mnd (West African) Division, posing for a picture with a Japanese helmet taken during the fighting in Burma in 1944.How to cite this article:Rickard, J (26 March 2021), Nigerian Soldier with Japanese trophy, Burma , http://www.
Read More
Advices

Mousterian: A Middle Stone Age Technology That May Be Outmoded

The Mousterian industry is the name archaeologists have given to an ancient Middle Stone Age method of making stone tools. The Mousterian is associated with our hominid relatives the Neanderthals in Europe and Asia and both Early Modern Human and Neanderthals in Africa. Mousterian stone tools were in use between about 200,000 years ago, until roughly 30,000 years ago, after the Acheulean industry, and about the same time as the Fauresmith tradition in South Africa.
Read More
New

Recruit I AM-285 - History

Recruit I(AM-285: dp. 945; 1. 184& 39;6& 34;; b. 33& 39;0& 34;; dr. 9& 39;9& 34;; s. 14 k.; cpl. 104; a. 1 3& 34;, 4 40mm., 6 20mm., 2 dcp., 1 dct., 1 dcp.(hh.); cl. Admirable)The first Recruit (AM-285) was laid down by the General Engineering & Dry Dock Co., Alameda, Calif., 24 May 1943 launched 11 December 1943; sponsored by Miss Kathleen Merrit Jaekson; and commissioned 8 November 1944, Lt.
Read More
Video, Sitemap-Video, Sitemap-Videos