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  • The Cherokee Trail of Tears

    The forced relocation of American Indians began with the Indian Removal Act of 1830. In 1838 the Cherokee Indians became the fifth major tribe to…

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    Updated 31 Jan 2014 - 803 views this week (212,428 total)

    Contributions 15 images, 10 comments, 7 stories

  • Adolf Hitler

    Adolf Hitler began his life with artistic aspirations and a critical father. This awkward loner relied on hate and ambition to rise to Fuhrer in Germany.…

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    Updated 11 Oct 2013 - 475 views this week (40,491 total)

    Contributions 11 images, 3 stories

  • Bonnie & Clyde

    Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow met in 1930 and formed one of the greatest crime duos in American history. Their crime spree lasted for two years, and by…

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    Updated 13 Oct 2013 - 356 views this week (101,670 total)

    Contributions 19 images, 3 stories

  • Japan in World War II

    During the 1930s and through World War II, the Japanese military controlled the government of Japan. Unlike Germany and Italy, Japan did not have a…

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    Updated 25 Feb 2009 - 317 views this week (40,826 total)

    Contributions 55 images, 1 story

  • Nazi Germany

    After World War I, Germany faced a time of depression and political upheaval that created a favorable environment for Hitler and the Nazi Party to take…

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    Updated 30 Mar 2012 - 309 views this week (25,159 total)

    Contributions 50 images, 1 story

  • The Prohibition Era, 1919-1933

    Prohibition began with temperance movements throughout the United States before the Civil War. Alcohol consumption had become closely related with poverty…

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    Updated 06 Apr 2012 - 284 views this week (82,775 total)

    Contributions 28 images, 1 comment, 2 stories

  • Anne Frank

    Anne Frank is probably the best-known victim of the Holocaust. As a young child, her family fled Germany for the Netherlands to escape the escalating…

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    Updated 21 Feb 2014 - 283 views this week (40,388 total)

    Contributions 7 images, 4 stories

  • Auschwitz Concentration Camp

    No other Nazi concentration camp is as well known for the atrocities committed within than the Auschwitz-Bikenau camp. Auschwitz and its two other main…

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    Updated 18 Jan 2011 - 261 views this week (45,728 total)

    Contributions 16 images, 1 comment, 3 stories

  • George Washington

    George Washington sought neither greatness nor power, but during his lifetime, he held two of the most powerful and important positions in America.…

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    Updated 09 Nov 2013 - 233 views this week (9,615 total)

    Contributions 27 images, 1 story

  • Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp

    Bergen-Belsen began as a prison camp for captured prisoners of war. It was not like Auschwitz where numerous gas chambers killed thousands everyday. But…

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    Updated 09 Feb 2010 - 232 views this week (39,450 total)

    Contributions 12 images, 2 stories

  • Treblinka Extermination Camp

    The Treblinka Extermination Camp was divided into two sections. The first section, Treblinka I, was designed as a labor camp and receiving center. The…

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    Created 24 Aug 2009 - 231 views this week (28,902 total)

    Contributions 4 images, 1 story

  • Belzec Extermination Camp

    The Belzec extermination camp was the first killing center of Operation Reinhard—the plan to murder Polish Jews in the German-occupied portions of…

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    Updated 20 Mar 2013 - 190 views this week (20,564 total)

    Contributions 5 images

  • Abraham Lincoln

    Abraham Lincoln became the president of the United States during the most divisive period of U.S. history.

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    Updated 28 Mar 2014 - 186 views this week (46,344 total)

    Contributions 174 images, 9 stories

  • Buchenwald Concentration Camp

    The Buchenwald concentration camp was one of the largest camp systems in Germany. Until the end of 1943, only men were imprisoned in the camp complex.…

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    Updated 28 Dec 2009 - 183 views this week (34,085 total)

    Contributions 11 images, 1 story

  • The Holocaust

    Antisemitism permeated German and European society in the early 20th century. The Nazi Empire, in particular, regarded the Jewish people as a threat to…

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    Updated 13 Feb 2010 - 181 views this week (18,912 total)

    Contributions 25 images, 2 comments, 1 story

  • Ira Hayes

    Iwo Jima Flag Raiser

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    Updated 14 Oct 2013 - 169 views this week (21,715 total)

    Contributions 19 images, 2 stories

  • Laura Ingalls Wilder

    Laura Ingalls Wilder was raised on the American frontier. Her father Charles acquired a homestead in the American back-country that later inspired Laura…

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    Updated 13 Oct 2013 - 165 views this week (62,412 total)

    Contributions 6 images, 1 story

  • Dachau Concentration Camp

    The Dachau Concentration Camp was the first Nazi camp created for political prisoners, Jews, and other so-called undesirables. At first, Dachau housed…

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    Updated 19 Oct 2013 - 161 views this week (21,466 total)

    Contributions 20 images, 3 comments, 2 stories

  • Oskar Schindler

    Oskar Schindler was not a perfect man, but he will be remembered for his selfless service to the Jews he saved during the Nazi Holocaust. Before the war,…

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    Updated 11 Oct 2013 - 149 views this week (35,055 total)

    Contributions 5 images, 1 story

  • Kristallnacht—The Night of Broken Glass

    On the night of November 9, 1938, Nazi Storm Troopers and German citizens launched a massive, government-coordinated attack on Jews throughout Germany.…

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    Updated 03 May 2011 - 149 views this week (54,427 total)

    Contributions 90 images, 1 story

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