Month: April 2018

Eisenhower Ended the Korean War in 1953. Trump Could Learn From His Approach.

From History News Network by Bruce W. Dearstyne author of The Spirit of New York: Defining Events in the Empire State’s History: President Donald Trump has accepted an invitation from North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to discuss discontinuing its nuclear program… Read More ›

Imperial History Wars

From History Workshop by Charlotte Lydia Riley:   The history of the British empire has never been free from controversy. Historiographical battles have addressed motivations for imperial expansion, reasons for decolonisation, and the extent to which ordinary British people participated in… Read More ›

8 Viking myths busted

From History Extra: Bearded, violent beyond reason and singularly successful at suppressing everyone around them. This, says Janina Ramirez, is the popular – yet questionable – image of Vikings. But how violent were they really, and did they actually wear… Read More ›