A small group of islands with a large, densely-packed population, and which is a crossroads for international travel, is at very high risk of catastrophic [...]
Hawaii's sovereign monarchy did not survive to see the 20th century. Barely 120 years after Captain Cook and his crew first set foot in the [...]
Hawaii is smack in the center of the Pacific Ocean, and as such it was always destined to be the crossroads of empires. The two [...]
One of the most important events in the history of Hawaii was the arrival, in January 1778, of legendary British mariner Captain James Cook, the [...]
Did an ancient race of humans colonize Hawaii centuries before Tahitians and other Polynesian settlers arrived there in the Middle Ages? We don't know.
So, you may have noticed I do a lot of history on my blog. There's been no real rhyme or reason to the subjects I [...]
The folks at Romano Archive have done it again. They've opened yet another window onto World War II history, this time with some [...]
Imagine this: a prominent politician, who has risen meteorically in his political career, suddenly finds himself within striking distance of the White House. There is, [...]
The legend of the missing Hawaiian surfer lives on. "Eddie Would Go!"
Here is some extremely rare color film footage taken in the minutes and hours after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on [...]