A Spectacular Find

Follow the link to learn more, readers! Archaeology Intern Unearths Spectacular, 2,000-Year-Old Roman Dagger By Katherine J. Wu MARCH 2, 2020 As far as internships go, Nico Calman arguably had an especially good one. During his stint with the Westphalie Department for the Preservation and Care of Field Monuments in Germany last year, 19-year-old Calman unearthed … Continue reading A Spectacular Find

You Can Do a Lot…

…with a little. Just ask the United States Marines. Six Marines parachuted into occupied France after D-Day to help the French Resistance fight the Nazis. One Marine was killed at the drop zone, another was injured badly. The remaining four faced the task of training the French underground fighters – known as the Maquis – … Continue reading You Can Do a Lot…

“Greater love than this hath no man: than to lay down his life for his friend.”

Take a look at this inspiring story from World War II Poland, readers: During WWII these Polish nuns offered their lives so that others might live Philip Kosloski | Sep 04, 2019 The martyrs of Nowogródek prayed to God that the Nazis would kill them instead of a group of prisoners. In 1942 the Nazis invaded … Continue reading “Greater love than this hath no man: than to lay down his life for his friend.”

Weibertreue – How Faithful Women Saved a Besieged German Fort in the Middle Ages

It is well known in the South-eastern portion of the United States of America that one does not stand in the way of “the ladies.” When Southern women put their mind to doing something, whether it be setting up a bazaar or rearranging the structure of local government, the men know better than to stand … Continue reading Weibertreue – How Faithful Women Saved a Besieged German Fort in the Middle Ages