This Week In History, July 9 – 15
Civil War daughter speaks out on Confederate monuments, two famous serial killers may have been the same person, footage of Japan's WWII forced prostitution comes to light, monks find prescription from the father of medicine, scientists bring ancient family back to life.
Extent Of Secret Nazi Cult’s Crimes To Be Investigated By New Commission
Colonia Dignidad operated for decades — and saw horrific acts of abuse transpire within it.
See Inside The Declassified C.I.A. Torture Manual From The Cold War
For years, the C.I.A. both used these techniques at home and taught them to oppressive foreign dictators.
The Bizarre But True Story Of Hungary’s “Vampire” Serial Killer
The true story of Béla Kiss, the Hungarian serial killer who killed at least 23 women and drained their blood.
Mods Vs. Rockers: When The Youth Of The ’60s Erupted Into Violence
It was motorbikes and leather versus scooters and stylish suits.
19 Photos Of The Stunning Thousand-Year-Old French Castle On Sale For $17 Million
It's only the second time the castle has been for sale in the last 500 years.
The True Story Of World War II’s Dunkirk Miracle, In 33 Dramatic Photos
Inside the event that helped save World War II for the Allies.
Wine Older Than United States Found In New Jersey Museum
Found behind a wall in a museum, one bottle dates back to 1769.
Monks Find Ancient Prescription Made By The “Father Of Modern Medicine”
Hippocrates is the world's most famous doctor, but very little is known about his teachings. This new text could help change that.
Jack The Ripper And H.H. Holmes Were The Same Person, Suggests Relative
A great-great grandson of U.S. serial killer H.H. Holmes says that his ancestor was Jack the Ripper.