Silversmith and statesman, artist and family man, ardent patriot and the subject of one of America’s best-loved poems, Paul Revere is a fascinating man whose legacy is as enduring as the nation he helped to establish.
Who was Bernard Lambert, and what happened to him? During the Second World War, a young Royal Air Force man
A Hollywood Beauty with Brains. “Any girl can be glamorous,” Hedy Lamarr famously said: “All she has to do is stand still and look stupid” – but Hedy’s lovely face masked the sharp mind of an inventor.
November 9, 1944, Lockheed Hudson FK752 of the Royal Air Force 251 Squadron flew from Reykjavik, Iceland, on a routine meteorological patrol with 5 young airmen aboard. They never returned.
A Two-Ship Memorial Cruise marked the 100th Anniversary of the Sinking of RMS Titanic Just over a century ago, in
Kate Greenaway, Victorian illustrator of children’s books, was a remarkable woman in her time and her nostalgic portrayals of English childhood remain among the most popular today.
Print out your own free version of this 150-year-old board game for rainy-day play, to teach your kids about US history, or to inspire you in creating your own Snake Game on any theme.
Passchendaele is a story about two soldiers who fight in this famous battle. However, there is an incredible back story