Researchers Uncover Earliest Known Ice Age Cave Art In Indonesia
Dating back 40,000 years, the art and jewelry found by the researchers hint at an unknown type of spirituality.
Why The World Should Not Forget About Pol Pot, The Brutal Cambodian Dictator
After a solid 30 years of solemnly pledging "never again," the world stood by and watched in horror as another 20th century genocide unfolded — this time in Cambodia.
Harlem Hellfighters: The Overlooked African-American Heroes Of World War I
Photos and stories of the valiant men who fought like few others.
New Study Finds That These Medieval Villagers Mutilated The Dead To Prevent Zombies
Medieval villagers in England didn't trust the dead not to come back to life, and so made sure they wouldn't have the chance.
21 Of The World’s Most Bizarre Weapons
From the Nazi sun gun to the U.S. bat bomb, these are history's most outlandish weapons.
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.
World War II Veteran Comes Out As Transgender Woman At Age 90
A World War II veteran has decided there is no time like the present to live out your dreams.
45 Stunning Unpublished Photos From National Geographic’s Archives
Check out these seldom-seen images from seldom-remembered moments.
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.