From America’s most famous folk heroes to beautiful photographs of John F. Kennedy, enjoy All That’s Interesting’s fascinating articles about American history!
The Marburg Files Revealed Former British King Edward VIII’s Nazi Ties – And The U.K. Tried To Cover It Up
Following his 1937 visit to Nazi Germany, many questioned the Duke of Windsor's relationship with Hitler. But the release of the Marburg Files seemed to confirm any suspicion.
50 Years Later, The Israeli Attack On The U.S.S. Liberty Remains A Mystery
The American research ship was attacked by Israeli forces from both the sky and sea. But, why the disaster occurred in the first place, remains to be understood.
This Is How 15 Other Countries Around The World Celebrate Thanksgiving
As it turns out, the holiday isn't exclusive to America but features both strange and exciting traditions the world over.
This Week In History News, Nov. 4 – 10
Haunting Pompeii skeletons unearthed, Salem witch trials house goes up for sale, mysteries of Egypt's pyramids unlocked.
Mystery Of 10,600-Year-Old ‘Spirit Cave Man,’ Earth’s Oldest Natural Mummy, Finally Solved
Members of the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone tribe claimed cultural affiliation with the mummy and wished to give him a proper burial.
11 Of History’s Most Famous Suicides, From Artists To Politicians
Despite outward appearances, famous suicides like these show us that we can never know what another person is going through — and sometimes not until it's too late.
Gia Carangi: The Tragic Self-Destruction Of America’s First Supermodel
She took the modeling world by storm with her edgy looks and tough-as-nails attitude. But Gia Carangi was deeply troubled, and her brash behavior would become her horrible demise.
The Robbers Cave Experiment: The Psychological Study Of Unsupervised Boys That Inspired Lord Of The Flies
In an effort to test one of his theories on social behavior, psychologist Muzafer Shefir released 22 12-year-old boys into a sparsely supervised wilderness camp — and then covertly provoked them to fight each other.
Frank Serpico: The NYPD Whistleblower Who Uncovered Corruption — And Was Shot In The Face For It
In 1970s Brooklyn, idealistic cop Frank Serpico blew the whistle on bribery and crime within the force. This almost cost him his life, as fellow officers turned on him.
The O’Hares: A Story Of Redemption Between Father And Son Easy Eddie And Butch O’Hare
Easy Eddie O'Hare's criminal dealings with infamous crime boss Al Capone ultimately ended in his murder. But Eddie's son, Butch, became a flying ace who rewrote his family's legacy.
66 Candid Images That Capture What Life Was Like In The ’60s
Between the incense and the bell-bottom pants, the drugs and the flowers in their hair, the youth of the 60s had a vision for the world — and you'll be surprised to see just how little has changed.