This Week In History News, Sept. 15 – 21
"Spanish Stonehenge" revealed by drought, remains of Russian city sacked by Mongols uncovered, Civil War cannonballs found washed up on beach.
This Week In History News, Sept. 8 – 14
Hitler relative arrested for pedophilia, secrets of Dead Sea Scrolls unlocked, teenager's Holocaust diary to be published.
This Week In History News, Sept. 1 – 7
Remains of history's largest child sacrifice uncovered, tale of accused witch who killed herself resurfaced, first space crime in history investigated.
This Week In History News, Aug. 25 – 31
Shipwreck of infamous cannibal voyage investigated, ancient inscription alluding to biblical war found, Aaron Burr's secret family of color uncovered.
This Week In History News, Aug. 18 – 24
Cleopatra's perfume discovered, hidden da Vinci sketch found under iconic painting, Soviet message in a bottle washes ashore after 50 years.
This Week In History News, Aug. 11 – 17
Atomik Vodka produced in Chernobyl, Viking beer hall unearthed in Scotland, Holocaust survivor's 104th birthday held in Jerusalem.
This Week In History News, Aug. 4 – 10
Galilee's storied Church of the Apostles uncovered, gangster John Dillinger's body to be exhumed, Iron Age woman buried in tree trunk unearthed.
This Week In History News, Jul. 28 – Aug. 3
Ancient warrior woman in Viking cemetery uncovered, Victorian dildo returned to Ireland, Triceratops skull unearthed.
Dudley ‘Mushmouth’ Morton: The Ambitious American Submarine Ace Who Sank 19 Japanese Ships
Dudley "Mushmouth" Morton, a World War II submarine ace so named for his pronounced mouth, sank 19 enemy ships while commanding the submarine Wahoo in the Pacific.
This Week In History News, July 21 – 27
Roman gladiator arena uncovered, Ancient Greek island complex found, historic bridge accidentally destroyed.
Inside The Uncontacted Awá-Guajá Tribe, Earth’s Most Threatened Indigenous Group
Only 100 or so members of the Awá-Guajá tribe remain within the deepest reaches of the Amazon today.