Was Nazi General Dietrich Von Choltitz Actually The Savior Of Paris?
During World War II, Dietrich von Choltitz claimed to have disobeyed Hitler's orders to burn Paris to the ground. But where does the truth lie?
27 Possible Graves Found At Florida All-Boys School With History Of Abuse And Disaster
While cleaning the former school's grounds, 27 "anomalies" consistent with the characteristics of unmarked graves were discovered.
‘You Don’t Treat Dogs That Way’: The Horrifying Story Of The Tuskegee Experiment
For 40 years, the U.S. government doctors behind the Tuskegee experiment tricked African-American men with syphilis into thinking they were getting free treatment — but gave them no treatment at all.
This Week In History News, Apr. 7 – 13
Ancient Pompeiian food stands uncovered, last known African-born survivor of the transatlantic slave trade identified, Albert Einstein's letters detailing Nazi fears auctioned off.
15 Photos Of Awe-Inspiring Fire Tornadoes That Show What An Angry Mother Nature Looks Like
Fire tornadoes can reach up to 400 feet high, and even though they usually last only a few minutes, can have devastating effects.
Relive The Golden Age Of 1990s Hip-Hop With These 44 Classic Photos
This gallery of 1990s hip-hop and '90s rap icons pays homage to a time when the genre meant more than popping bottles.
Untrained, Unprepared, Yet Unremitting: 33 Photos Of How A Band Of Farmers Won The Cuban Revolution
To overthrow President Batista's tyrannical government, Fidel Castro led a band of guerilla farmers in the Cuban Revolution — and was successful.
Meet Sid Vicious, Punk Rock’s Ultimate Bad Boy, Addict, And Possible Murderer
Sid Vicious was the infamously troubled bassist for the Sex Pistols. But was he really a killer?
How The Kray Twins Ruled The Underworld Of Swinging Sixties London In Style
The Kray brothers Ronnie and Reggie may have owned dozens of nightclubs and hobnobbed with celebrities, but they also committed some of the most shocking murders gangland London had ever seen.
Josef Jakobs: The Bungling Nazi Spy And Last Person To Die At The Tower Of London
Because he bungled his landing after jumping from a Nazi plane into England and broke his ankle, when he was captured, Josef Jakobs' execution was done as he sat.
65 Shockingly Normal Pictures Of Life For The Members Of The Peoples Temple At Jonestown
Jonestown was never self-sufficient. Peoples Temple members worked hard to sustain the group's life there — until the day they committed mass suicide.