In preparation for the next blog post, I present you The Bat by Vincent Van Gogh. Any idea what the next post will be about?
By the 1860s swords played a lesser role in war than they did in earlier periods. Even so, they still had a vital place in
On Thanksgiving, we look at the classic Thanksgiving painting. Thanksgiving started as a tradition many centuries ago. In fact, it began almost as far back
The article that needs no introduction! Following up on her previous pieces on World War One, including the spark that caused World War One to
May 18th next year marks the 70th anniversary of the victory of the famous battle at the Monastery of Monte Cassino in Southern Italy in
In this article, we look at a very odd museum in the former Soviet Socialist Republic of Kazakhstan. Earlier this week, I came across this
The Iron Curtain, with rows of barbed wire, armed patrols, land mines and guard towers, did not stop the flow of persons who were determined in
This week’s image of the week shows family life for slaves in 19th century Brazil. The Atlantic slave trade is part of a very dark