The airship USS Akron was quite impressive in her day, but after her tragic crash in 1933 she and her crew are almost forgotten.
In my upcoming online interactive class, you'll not only learn about the Second World War in great depth from a Ph.D. historian, you'll see the places it happened.
The massacre of over 200,000 Chinese civilians by the Japanese army is an ugly episode in history that is in unique danger of being forgotten--deliberately.
This area, whose shops used to sell old vacuum tubes in the 1930s, became one of the most tragic addresses in American history.
I require no lectures from purveyors of pseudohistory and other nonsense on the standards of the historical profession.
This is the story of how a tragic ship fire disaster became a temporary boom for one of the Jersey Shore's most iconic 20th century destinations.
The evil twin brother of "fake news" is "fake history"--and it can have a much more lasting and devastating impact.
Brazilian digital colorist Marina Amaral has done a magnificent job of bringing this 1930s photo to life.
This bedroom from a Japanese passenger liner shows the luxury in which the globetrotting set could cross the Pacific in the 1930s.
Want to go on a date in the Bay City in 1937? Would you rather see Leslie Howard, Hawaiian dancing girls or a realistic donkey marionette?