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The Strength of Peter the Great of Russia
Peter the Great's personality and character was reflected in his rule and the new direction he took the great nation.
The Story of Our Flag - The First Prototype
This is an excerpt of a book written in 1898 discussing the fact that the flag we have today was not in fact the first flag revealed as the one to represented thirteen united colonies.
The Spread of the Greek Culture
The spread of Greek culture was done by many people including conquering civilizations.
The Soviet Reason for Agriculture Collectivism
Part of Stalin’s plan was to pull the entire agriculture of the nation into a policy of collectivism. It was a political move to expand power and create more control over the people of the Soviet Union.
The Source of America's Flag Design
Where did we get the colors of our flag? Where did the symbols of our country originate. Read this 1898 excerpt of a book on America's flag.
The Siege of Masada
Overall, the way Rome administered Judaea did not change much despite the rotation of emperors. Many of the changes occurred on the Jewish side as there were rumors rippling through the land of a Messiah to save them from foreign rule.
The Seer and the Scribe - A Book Review
G.M. Dyrek has done a great job in weaving history, culture, mystery, and murder together into a story that keeps you hopping. The Seer and the Scribe is a great young readers book for entertaining and learning.
The Secret Eleanor - A Book Review
History and romance can be interwoven. Add an intriguing figure and you the perfect combination for an historical romance. Cecelia Holland gives us a unique perspective on the early figure of Eleanor of Aquitaine in The Secret Eleanor.
The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn - A Book Review
In Robin Maxwell’s The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn the author tries to give the reader a different viewpoint of this once queen as well as that of her famous daughter, Elizabeth I.
The Scarlet Letter - A Book Review
I highly advise rereading books after a decade or more. Because what you think you read and what you really read is not always the same. That is what happened when I just read The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne What I thought had happened was very distorted over the years.
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