I haven't read it, but Howard Zinn richly deserves a good debunking.
17-minute video outlining what occurred in the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history.
Philip Magness analyzes the thesis. He completely convinces me that the thesis is really, really wrong.
They've been digging in Middle East for quite some time now. I'm a little surprised that they keep making seemingly important discoveries.
Only 210?? C'mon people, try harder.
Why did the Roman Empire decline? Was it due to barbarian encroachment, internal political rot and corruption, or even lead poisoning? Several decades ago, a historian decided to compile the numerous reasons that other historians have stated as Rome declined. And 210 reasons were found. A brief selection from the list.
For me, that year would be 1973. I remember the price as being 39.9 cents per gallon. This piece states it was 41 cents. That's, as they say, "close enough for government work".
I really liked the movie 300, but as this piece points out, it certainly wasn't a documentary.
There's sad. There's really sad. Then there's this.
How the zeal for government project housing killed a prosperous black community in Detroit.
That would be Deir Yassin.
Me, too: "I have now learned more about Africa in 22 minutes than I did in all 12 years of public school."