Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Tag: Guest Post

The Convict and the Currents

On March 29th, 1889, William Kemmler murdered his common-law wife, Matilda Ziegler, with a hatchet. He wasn't a good guy. If you’re a believer in a well-balanced...

Illuminating War: The Advent of Night Vision During World War II...

Throughout periods of war, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, and the ongoing War on Terror, there have...

Germania, Hitler’s Utopian City

As a young man in Vienna, before World War I, Hitler had lived as a virtual down and out, following the squandering of his...

The Emergence of Trademarks Throughout History

trade·mark noun -ˌmärk 1 : a device (as a word) pointing distinctly to the origin or ownership of merchandise to which it is applied and...

The History of the Electric Bike (Guest Post)

As of early 2010, there were an estimated 120 million electric bicycles in China alone, a stat that dwarfs every other country in the...

5 Historically Close Presidential Races

Throughout history, political enthusiasts have closely followed US elections. A presidential candidate will need to secure 270 out of the 538 Electoral College votes...