A collaboration between the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum, digital colorist Marina Amaral, and a team of academics, journalists and volunteers, “Faces of Auschwitz” honors the lives of Auschwitz-Birkenau prisoners by colorizing their registration photos and sharing their individual stories. via Faces of Auschwitz — Discover
London is a city steeped in history and culture, with its landmarks known worldwide. From Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace, The Tower of London to Trafalgar Square, it is a truly wondrous city. Another notable and iconic landmark, the Tower Bridge, was officially opened on this day in 1894. It is a remarkable piece of... Continue Reading →
The British Isles has been home to some truly formidable women throughout history; from Boudica to Elizabeth I, Suffragettes to Mary Queen of Scots, the list beyond comprehension. Today's post will focus on an individual I only discovered recently, a woman so fearless, dedicated and cunning that those who her crossed probably couldn't quite believe... Continue Reading →
The Switzerland-Serbia match reminded us that football sometimes boils over into politics. In 1969 the beautiful game played its part in an ugly event.
The Northern Isles of Orkney and Shetland had long stood under Scandinavian control - Until a marriage arrangement brought them under the rule of the Scottish crown in 1472.
Michael Millar suggests that Superman, created by Jewish comic book legends Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, was the original anti-Fascist - and the American alt-right can't handle it.
An interesting take on current events from our own Jacob Farr, who delves into the murky depths of western meddling in the Middle East. Jacob himself will admit he can be rather explosive when it comes to discussing some issues throughout modern political history, and in this piece he holds no punches. According to Jacob,... Continue Reading →
A rather morbid topic today, however one that struck me as a pet owner and shows the desperation of families and pet owners during the Second World War. At the outbreak of war, naturally, Britain was in a state of shock and hysteria; the uncertainty of another major European conflict hung over the heads of... Continue Reading →