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In today’s On The Homefront episode, Anna talks about how a staged German invasion of Canada is used by the […]

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On November 29, 1922 the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamen is opened, the incredible treasures found inside make headlines around the […]

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If you hold May the 4th as a special day, then this is the post for you! It’s time to […]

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Today, on May 3, we celebrate World Press Freedom Day by releasing a limited time Ed Murrow poster in our […]

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You got to see a glimpse of the Teehaus where Astrid & Sparty lives when we told the story about […]

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Zaire’s president Mobutu Sese Seko, who ruled the country 1965-1997, was one authoritarian leader who never forgot his roots.  In […]

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In the WW2 Special about Royalty during World War 2 that we published earlier today Astrid sits in the Between […]

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The dictator of Iraq 1979-2003, Saddam Hussein, didn’t have just one presidential palace. In fact, he built somewhere between 80 […]

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