This Week In History News, Aug. 5 – 11
44 Colorized Photos That Bring The Streets Of Century-Old New York City To Life
Da Vinci Painting, Most Expensive Artwork Ever Sold, Was Actually Painted By His Assistant, Expert Says
25 Million-Year-Old Mega-Shark Teeth Discovered By Amateur Fossil Hunter
33 Ancient Greece Facts That Reveal The Strange Side Of The Founders Of Western Civilization
Deadly Disease That Prays On Children Might Have A New Cure: Tarantula Venom
Emmett Till’s Memorial Sign Defaced With Bullets Just 35 Days After Being Replaced
"Whether it was racially motivated or just pure ignorance, it's still unacceptable ... It's a stark reminder that racism exists."
27 Statue Of Liberty Facts That Bust The Myths And Reveal The True History
From its original color to its true name, these Statue of Liberty facts will leave even the history buffs surprised.
From Rocketry Pioneer To Deviant Occultist, Jack Parsons Was The Ultimate Mad Scientist
Jack Parsons helped invent rocket science itself, but his sordid extracurricular activities caused him to be all but written out of history.
Why Walruses May Be Responsible For The Vikings Baffling Demise In Greenland
Researchers studied walrus ivory from museums around Europe to help them reach their conclusion.
Terminally Ill Children, 9 And 11, Granted Euthanasia In Belgium
The children's deaths came out in a report on euthanasia in Belgium stating that 4,337 people were euthanized in the country in total between 2016 and 2017.