It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation. ~Herman Melville

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Martha Gellhorn Was The Only Woman to Report on the D-Day Landings From the Ground

Martha Gellhorn Was The Only Woman to Report on the D-Day Landings From the Ground
Martha Gellhorn Was The Only Woman to Report on the D-Day Landings From the Ground

Martha Gellhorn Was The Only Woman to Report on the D-Day Landings From the Ground

In June 1944, the veteran journalist hid on a hospital ship so she could report firsthand as Allied soldiers fought their way onto the beaches of Normandy

In June 1944, the veteran journalist hid on a hospital ship so she could report firsthand as Allied soldiers fought their way onto the beaches of Normandy...

Martha Gellhorn Was The Only Woman to Report on the D-Day Landings From the Ground

Rome's Talking Statues Have Served as Sites of Dissent for Centuries

Rome's Talking Statues Have Served as Sites of Dissent for Centuries
Rome's Talking Statues Have Served as Sites of Dissent for Centuries

Rome's Talking Statues Have Served as Sites of Dissent for Centuries

Beginning in the Renaissance, locals affixed verses protesting various societal ills to six sculptures scattered across the Italian city

Beginning in the Renaissance, locals affixed verses protesting various societal ills to six sculptures scattered across the Italian city...

Rome's Talking Statues Have Served as Sites of Dissent for Centuries

A Century Ago, This Law Underscored the Promises and Pitfalls of Native American Citizenship

A Century Ago, This Law Underscored the Promises and Pitfalls of Native American Citizenship
A Century Ago, This Law Underscored the Promises and Pitfalls of Native American Citizenship

A Century Ago, This Law Underscored the Promises and Pitfalls of Native American Citizenship

The 1924 Indian Citizenship Act sought to assimilate Native people into white society. But the legislation, signed by President Calvin Coolidge, fell short

The 1924 Indian Citizenship Act sought to assimilate Native people into white society. But the legislation, signed by President Calvin Coolidge, fell short...

A Century Ago, This Law Underscored the Promises and Pitfalls of Native American Citizenship
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