In 1916 President Woodrow Wilson ran for reelection on the slogan, “He Kept Us Out of War.” It was a reference to World War...
Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a Christian theologian, pastor, writer, and ultimately martyr. As Hitler and the Nazis rose to power in Germany in the 1930s...
This weekend my wife and I enjoyed the opportunity of visiting the World War I Museum in Kansas City along with some friends. I...
The complete popular podcast series that tells the story of the History of India is now available to the public again.
You've heard about the protests but what do you know about Puerto Rico's history? Ever heard of the insular cases? What about when American scientists tested birth control pills on poor Puerto Rican women?
Twenty-four years ago this week the Srebrenica massacre took shape. It stands as one of the darkest shadows in Europe since World War II.
This podcast tells the story that formed the modern white nationalism movement and the background of white nationalist terrorism.
This final post in my series on the history of US involvement in Latin America considers how Latin America was destabilized by constant American efforts from the Cold War to today.
The United Fruit Company introduced a new level of corporate imperialism to Latin America and is key to understanding the modern dysfunctions in the region as well as America's relationship with its neighbors.
This series continues the look at US and Latin American history. In part 2 we look at American imperialism in Latin America during the early 20th century.