History

Birmingham History Forum

A place to talk, research and be nostalgic about the history of Birmingham.
Apr 6, 2016 |

BBC History

Extensive site with many interactive features on British history, plus guided online history trails, timelines, forum and sections on archaeology, family history and getting involved in community history.
Apr 6, 2016 |

World War II In Color Forum

Browse over featured information and link pages, from photo gallery, world war two facts, multimedia presentations, site issues and more.
Apr 6, 2016 |

Luftwaffe Data Forums

Discussion of relevant topics relating to the unit's operations during the war as well as codes and emblems.
Apr 6, 2016 |

Manchester Community Forum

A forum with local news, what's on, and chat; also has a history, genealogy, sports, and nightlife section.
Apr 6, 2016 |

St Joseph's College Old Boys Association

The St Joseph's College Old Boys Association was formed in 1938 as a support group for the Old Boys of the College. Our current president is Andy Higgins, our secretary is Garry Maddox, and our chaplain is Fr J D G Collins. Every year in March, we have an annual reunion dinner and a Mass for deceased old boys at English Martyrs Church, Highcross,...
Feb 16, 2016 |

Hambledon

Village information from the Parish Council including news, maps, forum and the history of cricket.
Feb 11, 2016 |

Brandywine, Maryland

The unincorporated town in the southeast corner of Prince Georges County, Maryland.
Feb 10, 2016 |

Forum for History of Human Science

Promoting research, education, and scholarship in the history of human science
Feb 9, 2016 |

Afghanistan: Why Trump is making longest US war his own

There is no arguing for the notion that the United States is winning the war in Afghanistan, what already years ago became its longest military engagement. Afghanistan has been kept from becoming... Read More

Why the sole resident of a Nebraska town is staying put – but is in good company

As the mayor, only voter, and sole resident of this incorporated village, Elsie Eiler is pretty used to people asking why she remains here as population: 1. Read More

Confederate monuments: What to do with them?

Clarissa Harriss hesitated at the spot where the statue of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson used to stand. In 1948, as a little girl, Ms. Harriss had worn a polka-dot dress and carried yellow... Read More