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Cold Harbor Coda

April 29, 2021 Claire B 0

The Second Battle of Haw’s Shop gave the Union Army a needed reprieve during the unabated slaughter of June 3, 1864

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Ovid

April 29, 2021 11th November 2018 0

Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Roman poet Publius Ovidius Naso (43BC-17/18AD) who, as he described it, was destroyed by ‘carmen et error’, a poem […]

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How World War I Fueled the Russian Revolution

April 28, 2021 Patrick J. Kiger 0

World War I saw the crumbling of empires, and among those to collapse was the Russian empire of Czar Nicholas II. When Nicholas declared war against Germany and Austria-Hungary in July 1914, he was absolute ruler of a realm of nearly 150 million people…