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South America — The Nazi Safe Haven.

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After the end of World War 2, one thing was very apparent: the Nazis had to pay for the war crimes that they had committed. The crackdown on the Axis powers and their war crimes through mass trials would eventually come to be known as the Nuremberg Trials. Germans who…

Mother Teresa, A Saint or a Fraud?

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Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu, or Mother Teresa as she is now known throughout the world, was one of the most important Catholic Church figures when she was alive and even posthumously. Someone who Christians and everyone alike admired, she is best known for her work in uplifting poverty and helping the…

The Sonderkommandos — Gone but Never Forgotten.

Photo Credits: Times of Israel

World War II is considered by far as the incident that single-handedly changed how modern history was going to unfold after its end in 1945. …

The fascinating rise and fall of Marguerite Alibert aka Princess Fahmy, a versatile woman who got away with murder

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Born on December 9th, 1890, Marguerite Marie Alibert was the eldest daughter of a poor Parisian couple. Since both her parents worked for the elites in Paris, Marguerite grew up with the inclinations of a high-class Parisian lady. …

Tracing the history of the One-Cent Magenta — the world’s rarest stamp.

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The 1856 British Guiana One-Cent Magenta, also known as “the rarest stamp in the world” and as the “Mona Lisa of stamps,” comes with an odd and unexpected origin story, which adds to its historic and monetary value. The item is worth 2.5 million times more than 24-carat gold.

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In a deer poaching case, the convict was ordered to watch ‘Bambi’ monthly in jail.

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In late 2018, David Berry Jr was arrested for illegally hunting and killing hundreds of deer. According to a local newspaper, Berry Jr had been arrested after an arduous months-long investigation that culminated in him being arrested alongside his father David Berry Sr and his brother Kyle Berry.

The exact…

The true story behind the televised coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

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When King George VI passed away at the age of 56 on February 6, 1952, his eldest daughter Princess Elizabeth was next in line to the throne and was proclaimed queen shortly after her father’s death. Her coronation took place on June 2, 1953, at Westminster Abbey in London. …

S.E. Hinton sold more than 500,000 copies of her young adult novel when she was just fifteen.

S.E. Hilton | Photo Credits: Book Analysis

Some people have the power to radically change the world and influence society through their writings and by their ideas. These revolutionary writers can have a lasting impact on the lives of people and redefine cultural notions. S.E. …

Thousands of “Promiscuous” women were imprisoned by the United States government in the 20th century.

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In popular culture, the American state is viewed as a great beacon of liberty, one where women’s emancipation has been achieved, and there are relatively high levels of gender equality. …

The last one kept me up for two nights.

Our world is filled with strange sights that leave viewers dazed and confused. Sometimes, these mysterious occurrences are captured by a camera, creating fantastic images that are guaranteed to leave you bewildered. Let us attempt to explain these bizarre photographs but be warned, they will probably leave you puzzled.

1. The Mysterious Lights of Norway

Photo Credits: Atmospheric Lights


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