From America’s most famous folk heroes to beautiful photographs of John F. Kennedy, enjoy All That Is Interesting’s fascinating articles about American history!
Ernest Hemingway Was A Soviet Spy, Ex-CIA Author’s New Book Claims
According to one former Marine and CIA officer, Ernest Hemingway worked for both US and USSR intelligence during and after World War II.
This Week In History, Apr. 2 – 8
“It feels like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I was living a lie."
The Twisted History Of The Widely Misunderstood Lobotomy
While Walter Freeman has become infamous as the doctor behind the lobotomy, these historical photos reveal how misunderstood his story is.
Harlem Hellfighters: The Overlooked African-American Heroes Of World War I
Photos and stories of the valiant men who fought like few others.
The 1925 Ku Klux Klan March On Washington
The government allowed at least 50,000 KKK marchers to hold their parade in the nation's capitol.
The Bund: The American Arm Of The Nazi Party Before And During WWII
At least 25,000 Americans joined the domestic contingent of the Nazi Party.
Children And Segregation: 38 Photos Of Little Minds And Big Hatred
In many instances, children -- not adults -- stood at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement.
This Week In History, Mar. 26 – Apr. 1
Low WWII awareness in Japan, Egyptian mummy unearthed, JFK diary for sale, FDR's ghostwriter, 8,000-year-old art vandalized.
Some Russians Still Regret Selling Alaska To The U.S. 150 Years Later
With U.S.-Russia relations at their most tense since the Cold War, Vladimir Putin has criticized U.S. actions in Alaska.
50 Photos Celebrating Women’s History
Telling women that they can't do things seems to be one of man's most beloved — and foolish — pastimes.
Legendary Film Director Acted As Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Ghostwriter
The director behind what's widely regarded as the greatest film ever made helped Roosevelt with speechwriting and campaigning.