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‘The Trial of Billy the Kid’ Book Review

David Thomas covers the little-known but pivotal trial of Billy the Kid that propelled him down the road to an ...
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6 Times the Olympics Were Boycotted

The Olympic Games aim to help build a better, more peaceful world through sports. But in the 125-year history of ...
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8 Facts About Ancient Egypt’s Hieroglyphic Writing

Next to the pyramids, the Sphinx and mummies, one of the most intriguing discoveries from ancient Egyptian civilization is a ...
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How a Resolute Commander Turned Around Two Underperforming Bomb Groups, Leading Them to Storied Firsts Against Germany

With tough love and conviction, Colonel Frank A. Armstrong helped make history high above Europe ...
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How Returning WWII Vets Helped Establish America’s Biker Clubs

For America’s GIs, returning home from World War II and integrating back into society wasn’t always easy. At a time ...
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Research ‘final nail in the coffin’ of Paranthropus as hard object feeders

(University of Otago) New research from the University of Otago debunks a long-held belief about our ancestors' eating habits ...
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Flying the World in Pan Am’s Clippers: When Airline Travel Was an Adventure

The big flying boats of the 1930s and ’40s offered passengers more timely international travel without sacrificing the comforts of ...
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Collaborative digitalization of supply chain ecosystem is overdue for some industries

(World Scientific) Through the last few decades, technologies have improved processes within the four walls of a business, e-commerce has ...
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Archaeology: Roman road discovered in the Venice lagoon

(Scientific Reports) The discovery of a Roman road submerged in the Venice Lagoon is reported in Scientific Reports this week ...
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How Returning WWII Vets Helped Establish America’s Motorcycle Gangs

For America’s GIs, returning home from World War II and integrating back into society wasn’t always easy. At a time ...
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