How Franz Ferdinand’s assassination triggered the First World War.
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In 1900 John Elfreth Watkins, Jr. made predictions for the year 2000, with amazing accuracy. Read his predictions here.
In 2014 it will be the 100th anniversary of World War One, which is a good time to reflect how well the truth is served by journalists.
British ex gratia payment to Sami al-Saadi,, after he was abducted and put in the hands of Gaddafi’s torturers, is hush money.
It is Tom Paine’s birthday today, and it worth celebrating the man of uncommon common sense, who wrote “My country is the world, and my religion is to do good.”
It may be reinvented history, but ‘Django Unchained’ perpetuates dangerous myths about black history.
Apocalypse myths show our fear of the world as we know it, and for us who survive the December 21, 2012 …
The UK government are hypocrites when it comes to granting safe passage for alleged wrong-doers, as recent history shows.
The mistakes of the Latin Monetary Union, created in 1868, have been repeated by the eurozone.
The US constitution clause that says that only naturally born citizens can become US president was originally inserted by Alexander Hamilton’s enemies to prevent him becoming president.