Category: Bonus Article

A chacma baboon of the 3rd South African Infantry Regiment during World War I

He was discovered on a farm in South Africa by his owner Albert Marr just before WWI. They became great friends and when Albert Marr joined the 3rd South African Infantry Regiment he took Jackie along. The friendly & highly intelligent monkey became a great favorite with the other soldiers & was made the regimental […]

Rabbit and milk may be behind the success of humanity in Europe

Some 40,000 years ago a tribe of humans swept north out of Africa, pushing aside the Neanderthals and leaving behind a genetic heritage still visible in Europe even today. So what was the secret to their success? Perhaps diet. Specifically rabbits and milk. Two studies offer rare insight into the prehistoric behaviour and characteristics of […]

The mob-style lynching

The mob-style lynching of Will James, Cairo, Illinois, 1909. Please follow and like us:20

KKK night rally

KKK night rally in Chicago, c. 1920 Please follow and like us:20

Regugee from Serbia, 1914

Refugee transport from Serbia in Leibnitz, Styria, 1914. Please follow and like us:20

The League of Nations assembly, 1930

The League of Nations assembly, held in Geneva, Switzerland, 1930 Please follow and like us:20

Austro-Hungarian troops executing captured Serbians, 1917

Austro-Hungarian troops executing captured Serbians, 1917. Serbia lost about 850,000 people during the war, a quarter of its pre-war population. Please follow and like us:20

Battleship, 1917

Battleships of the Hochseeflotte, 1917. Please follow and like us:20

French Regiment, 1916

French 87th regiment near Verdun, 1916. Please follow and like us:20

U-155, 1918

U-155 exhibited near Tower Bridge in London, after the 1918 Armistice. Please follow and like us:20