Ho Chi Minh's statue in front of City Hall, Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
American History

The End of French Rule in Vietnam

May 27, 2023

The French control over Vietnam came to an end in 1954, but it divided the country into two halves. One half was led by Ho Chi Minh and the other by General diem, backed by the US aid. […]

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European History

How Did Germany Use Mass Surveillance?

February 23, 2023

Since before World War II, Germany has used varying methods of surveillance. From citizen informants to the Stasi, Germany has a colorful history with spycraft. German spy intelligence still makes headlines today. […]

Ukraine soldiers with Ukraine flag and flowers
European History

How Can NATO Help Ukraine?

December 1, 2022

NATO was formed in 1949 by a dozen European and North American countries. Since then, its numbers have grown to a total of 30 nations. NATO also helps non-member nations. […]

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European History

New Wondrium Series Updates Ideas about the Black Death

June 19, 2022

The Black Death first struck almost 700 years ago—but we’re still learning about it. New evidence has shed light on the infamous plague and teaches us about the science of disease. Bubonic plague is under the microscope again. […]

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European History

Russia’s Decembrist Wives: Inspiring Women across Generations

June 11, 2022

The wives of the Decembrists have left an indelible stamp on the historical records of Russian revolution. As they left their homes and families to live a life in isolation and misery, they brought a significant change in the way the revolution came to be seen as. […]

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