It was on July 21st back in 1545 when the French tried to invade the Isle of Wight but failed when their troops were repelled. The invasion attempt came just days after...
It was on July 12th back in 1943 when one of the largest tank battles in history was fought on the Eastern Front during the Second World War. The Battle of Prokhorovka...
  It was on July 11th back in 1979 when America’s first space station, Skylab, re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere and fell back to Earth creating massive global media...
It was on July 8th back in 1947 when public information officer Walter Haut from the Roswell Army Air Field created one of the most famous conspiracy theories in history...
It was on July 3rd back in 1940 when the Royal Navy, under the orders of Winston Churchill attacked French Navy ships following France’s surrender to Germany. France had...
  It was on May 14th back in 1939 when a Peruvian child became the youngest confirmed mother in history when she gave birth at the age of five years, seven months, and...
This rather shocking photo was taken in the late 19th century near Detroit and features a mountain of bison skulls.  The skulls were ground down and used for fertilizer and...
This photo grabbed the headlines last year after a woman noticed it hanging on a wall at a dining hub in Seattle and posted it to Facebook.  Can you guess why she was...
This photo was taken in 1963 by photographer Norman James for the Toronto Star.  It features Scottish scientist June Almeida, who quite frankly doesn’t get the recognition...
At the time James Cameron’s epic film ‘Titanic’ was the most expensive movie ever made, but it also created one of Hollywood’s greatest mysteries… who laced the chowder with...