The final article on this journey through 1990s cinema takes us to the very best the decade has to offer.
In April 1940, agents working for Stalin murdered tens of thousands of people here. Why? They were afraid of them thinking too much.
Military historian Padre Steve is consistently sounding a warning that democracy is in danger in America today. This is a warning we must heed.
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.
Dr. Henry Abramson profiles some startling new scholarship on a fascinating text from the Holocaust era, with major implications in Jewish history and theology.
Seventy-two years ago today, on August 6, 1945, the United States dropped the first atom bomb used in combat on the Japanese city of Hiroshima, [...]
The end of the Christopher Plummer Blogathon takes us full circle, to Plummer's one Oscar-winning role as well as a darker shadow of his most famous performance.
In the last two days, articles for the blogathon have analyzed Plummer in two different World War II-themed pictures, plus his memorable turn as a Star Trek villain.
Here's another great run-down of some of the historical anniversaries that are coming up in the month of May.