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Post-War Plans for the World War II Axis Powers

When talking about historical fiction, one of the most popular “what-if” scenarios involves what would happen if the Axis powers …  

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Post-War Plan of the World War II Allied Powers

After one of the most devastating and costly wars that the world has ever seen, the Allied Powers set out …  

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History of Father’s Day

Father’s Day is a special day of the year that we celebrate fathers around the world. Even though this is …  

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Abandoned Industrial Sites of America

For many years, America stood as a beacon of industry. From the age of the Industrial Revolution to the mid …  

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World War II Ruins in Germany

Are you a World War II buff? If that’s the case, Germany has some of the most famous sites and …  

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World War II Ruins in France

For the history enthusiast, there’s nothing quite like the thrill you get when you visit an important historical spot in …  

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British Ruins of World War 2

As the deadliest and most destructive conflict the world has ever seen, World War II serves as a reminder of …  

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Liquefied Natural Gas Production and Export in the United States

When it comes to energy production and consumption, natural gas is on the rise. Compared to other carbon-based fuels like …  

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The History of Hydraulic Fracking

Hydraulic Fracturing — otherwise known as “fracking” — is a mining and drilling technique that has garnered much attention in …  

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The History of John D. Rockefeller

John D. Rockefeller is widely considered one of the wealthiest people in American and human history, but how was he …  

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Post-War Plans for the World War II Axis Powers

When talking about historical fiction, one of the most popular “what-if” scenarios involves what would happen if the Axis powers …