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Explore 39 haunting scenes from the brutal conflict that killed almost three percent of the American population in four short years. (via All That Is Interesting)

Haunting Civil War Photos That Reveal America In Its Darkest Hour

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yesterday at 23:09. Facebook
The most important people in Barack Obama's life are Michelle, Sasha and Malia.
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yesterday at 21:40. Facebook
Explore 10 fascinating facts about the man known as the big screen’s “Master of Suspense.”

9 Things You May Not Know About Alfred Hitchcock - History in the Headlines

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yesterday at 19:40. Facebook
On January 21, 1976, two Concorde jets took off simultaneously from airports in Paris and London on the world’s inaugural supersonic passenger flights. 41 years later, get the story behind the Soviet's “Konkordski” and Cold War industrial espionage that took a deadly turn.

The Cold War Race to Build the Concorde - History in the Headlines

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yesterday at 17:40. Facebook
The bouncing rubber balls used to play today’s most popular sports can be traced back 3,500 years to the dangerous—and deadly—ancient Mesoamerican sport of ulama where teams on the wrong side of the score could lose their heads along with their games.

The 3,500-Year-Old Rubber Ball That Changed Sports Forever - History in the Headlines

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yesterday at 15:40. Facebook
Explore salt's long history as a highly-prized substance.

Where did the expression "worth one's salt" come from? - Ask History

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yesterday at 13:21. Facebook
On #ThisDayInHistory 1905, the first revolution in Russia begins when czarist troops open fire on a peaceful group of workers marching to the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg to petition their grievances to Czar Nicholas II.
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Check out these snapshots from today's historic #WomensMarchInWashington. Follow HistoryNow for more. #WomensMarch
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Theodore Roosevelt spent his whole life cheating death. Death came to Roosevelt about 97 years ago — but judging by his wild ventures, it should have come a lot sooner. (via All That Is Interesting)

5 Times Teddy Roosevelt Should Have Died, But Somehow Didn't

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01/21/2017 at 22:45. Facebook
Powerful generals, corrupt leaders and the conquest of far-off lands: Find out how Rome built—and lost—an empire with HISTORY Vault.

HISTORY Vault - Watch Historical Content on Your Computer, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV & Roku

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01/21/2017 at 21:11. Facebook
President Donald J. Trump has indicated he will continue to spend time in New York City. Did you know the last time a sitting president called NYC home was George Washington in 1790? Let's just say the city has changed a bit since then.
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01/21/2017 at 19:40. Facebook
Radio propaganda was rampant on all sides of World War II, but perhaps no broadcaster was as infamous as Iva Toguri—better known to her Allied listeners as “Tokyo Rose.” Later convicted of treason, she spent nearly three decades waiting for her name to be cleared.

How "Tokyo Rose" Became WWII's Most Notorious Propagandist - History in the Headlines

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01/21/2017 at 17:40. Facebook
Did you know Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin was mummified? 93 years after his death, explore nine surprising facts about the world’s first communist head of state.

9 Things You May Not Know About Vladimir Lenin - History in the Headlines

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01/21/2017 at 15:01. Facebook
"You can see a piece of Detroit in every single car we build." Hitch a ride to Motor City with HISTORY's new series, #DetroitSteel.
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01/21/2017 at 13:21. Facebook
On #ThisDayInHistory 1977, U.S. President Jimmy Carter grants an unconditional pardon to hundreds of thousands of men who evaded the draft during the Vietnam War.

President Carter pardons draft dodgers - Jan 21, 1977 - HISTORY.com

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01/21/2017 at 00:31. Facebook
Explore the mysterious stone instruments that the Vietnamese have been discovering all over the country recently. (via Atlas Obscura)

Mysterious Stone Instruments Keep Being Discovered in Vietnam

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01/20/2017 at 22:36. Facebook
Today Donald J. Trump was officially inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States of America. Tonight HISTORY shows his path to The White House at 9/8c.
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01/20/2017 at 21:45. Facebook
They're going to have to think outside of the box for this one. Forged in Fire is all-new Tuesday at 10/9c.
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01/20/2017 at 20:40. Facebook
It’s common wisdom that William Henry Harrison delivered one killer of a speech after being sworn in as the ninth president of the United States—and it had nothing to do with anything he said.

Did William Henry Harrison's inauguration speech kill him? - Ask History

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01/20/2017 at 18:40. Facebook
Few things in life go exactly according to plan. That may hold especially true for huge public events involving hundreds of thousands of people, such as presidential inaugurations. Take a look back some of the more memorable moments in past presidential inaugurations.

10 Unexpected Moments in Presidential Inauguration History - History Lists

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