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Forgotten Victims: 30 Harrowing Photos Of Prisoners Of War Throughout History

Forgotten Victims: 30 Harrowing Photos Of Prisoners Of War Throughout History

Intense images from the Civil War to World War II and beyond.
The Soviet Union Once Tested A Nuke That Was Too Big For War

The Soviet Union Once Tested A Nuke That Was Too Big For War

The strength of the bomb was bigger than Hiroshima and Nagasaki combined -- and wasn't even as strong as it could have been.
The Man Who Singlehandedly Prevented Nuclear Armageddon Dies

The Man Who Singlehandedly Prevented Nuclear Armageddon Dies

Meet the man responsible for saving the world from a nuclear war.
30 Heartbreaking Photos From The Korean War

30 Heartbreaking Photos From The Korean War

Inside the devastating conflict about which so many Americans know so little.
32 Disturbing Photos Of Life Inside Soviet Gulag Prisons

32 Disturbing Photos Of Life Inside Soviet Gulag Prisons

During the reign of Stalin, 14 million people ended up in a Soviet gulag, where they were forced to literally work themselves to death.
The Fall Of The Soviet Union, In 36 Rarely-Seen Photos

The Fall Of The Soviet Union, In 36 Rarely-Seen Photos

Powerful images of hope and heartbreak amid some of history's greatest upheaval.
Where Al-Qaeda Began: 48 Photos From The Soviet-Afghan War

Where Al-Qaeda Began: 48 Photos From The Soviet-Afghan War

The events that transpired during the war would yield effects that the world continues to deal with today.
Ernest Hemingway Was A Soviet Spy, Ex-CIA Author’s New Book Claims

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, Mar. 19 – 25

This Week In History, Mar. 19 – 25

The true story of Pocahontas, tourists headed to the Titanic, Jesus' tomb reopens, Cold War nuclear footage declassified, Lindbergh baby case detective unmasked.
That Time Cold War Britain Patented A Flying Saucer

That Time Cold War Britain Patented A Flying Saucer

On March 21, 1973, the British Patent Office issued Patent No. 1,310,990 – British Rail's own design for a flying saucer with artificial gravity, a laser-induced fusion engine, and space on board for dozens of passengers.
U.S. Government Declassifies Cold War Footage Of Some Of History’s Largest Nuclear Tests

U.S. Government Declassifies Cold War Footage Of Some Of History’s Largest Nuclear Tests

Though only tests, some of the very explosions depicted here in fact resulted in devastating human and environmental casualties.