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Why Hitler Secretly Met With a Japanese General During WWII

In December 1940, three months after Japan, Germany and Italy signed their “Tripartite Pact” World War II alliance, a convoy ...
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Madagascar copal: New dating for an Antropocene ancient resin

(University of Barcelona) The known Madagascar copal is a more recent resin from what was thought -it has about a ...
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Fishing rod ‘selfie stick’ and scientific sleuthing turn up clues to extinct sea reptile

(Baylor University) A Russian paleontologist visiting the Natural History Museum in London desperately wanted a good look at the skeleton ...
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Why Hitler Secretly Met With a Japanese General During WWII

In December 1940, three months after Japan, Germany and Italy signed their “Tripartite Pact” World War II alliance, a convoy ...
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Spike Lee Tackles Vietnam in New Film About Vets Trying to Retrieve Remains of Fellow Soldier

Academy Award-winning director Spike Lee is no stranger to using cinema as a platform to tackle controversial topics, and his ...
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Museum Plans for Virtual Memorial Day Commemoration

As military cemeteries, museums, and national parks shutter amid the ongoing pandemic, the National Museum of the Pacific War, alongside ...
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This Week In History – May Wk 2 : Lewis and Clark’s Western Adventure

Sent by President Thomas Jefferson, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark brave the wild west to explore the newly acquired U.S ...
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When Galileo Stood Trial for Defending Science

Four centuries ago, the Italian scientist Galileo Galilei put his liberty and life on the line to convince the religious ...
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For the Lack of Horses, the War Was Nearly Lost

Union cavalry's fate hung on the health of its four-legged warriors ...
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This is your brain on Pokémon

Parents have long suspected Pokémon rewires kids’ brains. Now there’s evidenceBy Aeon VideoWatch at Aeon ...
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