Woodrow Wilson envisioned a world order governed by justice and fairness. Where is that vision now, a century later?
France's revolution is said to have begun with the storming of the Bastille in 1789, but it arguably was not finished until the existential crisis of World War I.
In the early summer of 1914, Europe had no idea what was coming its way. Are we in a similar daze today?
Here's another great run-down of some of the historical anniversaries that are coming up in the month of May.
From Eleanor of Aquitaine to "The French Connection," Robert Horvat has a roundup of interesting things that have happened in the month of April.
This painting is a masterwork of light, emotion and human expression, but it also contains an explicitly political message.
This is how a little village in Karelia looked 100 years ago, in full natural color.
The beautiful Aquitania had a long career on the North Atlantic during which she steamed 3 million miles and made over 400 crossings.
This painstakingly colorized photo shows us a moment in the hell of trench warfare during the First World War.
Ten minutes after this photo was taken, the fuse was burning down to the greatest catastrophe in world history up until that time.