Relations Between Chiang Kai-Shek and the United Stated During WWII

Relations Between Chiang Kai-Shek and the United Stated During WWII

Chiang Kai-shek led the Kuomintang, otherwise known as the Republican Party of China during World War II. The Kuomintang fought on two ...
    Breaking out of the Malthusian trap: How pandemics allow us to understand why our ancestors were stuck in poverty

    Breaking out of the Malthusian trap: How pandemics allow us to understand why our ancestors were stuck in poverty

    Poor material living conditions were such a persistent and pervasive reality that, for much of human history, it was unimaginable that ...
      Ancient Egyptian Ink Turned Out to Be Similar to Renaissance Paint

      Ancient Egyptian Ink Turned Out to Be Similar to Renaissance Paint

      The Egyptians' advanced technique for drying ink was rediscovered about 17 centuries later during the Renaissance. ...
        The Notre-Dame Crypt Reopens for the First Time Since the Fire

        The Notre-Dame Crypt Reopens for the First Time Since the Fire

        To mark the occasion, a new exhibition in the area under the cathedral’s courtyard honors novelist Victor Hugo and architect Eugène ...
          How 19th-Century Anti-Black and Anti-Indigenous Racism Reverberates Today

          How 19th-Century Anti-Black and Anti-Indigenous Racism Reverberates Today

          A case study for the nation, Minnesota has witnessed racial violence from its inception as a U.S. territory ...
            Are Karl Marx and Satan Taking Over America?

            Are Karl Marx and Satan Taking Over America?

            Alarm bells should be ringing across our great nation in the face of one of the gravest existential threats it has ever faced, and one ...
              The Warsaw Uprising

              The Warsaw Uprising : a day of silence

              about 16,000 members of the Polish resistance were killed and about 6,000 badly wounded. In addition, between 150,000 and 200,000 ...
                History : Ebola breaks out

                Ebola: History and Outbreaks

                Ebola was first discovered more than 40 years ago, though data suggests the virus existed long before it was officially identified. The ...
                  The Ashmolean

                  The Ashmolean : World’s first university museum

                  On June 6, 1683, The Ashmolean, the world’s first university museum, opens in Oxford, England. ...
                    The fall of Troy

                    The fall of Troy

                    Its position was crucial in controlling the trade routes towards the Black Sea and, as the Trojan prince Paris mentions to the Spartan ...
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