Nothing Like Homemade: Making Beer, Wine, and Spirits during Prohibition

In today’s post we will be discussing the process of making beer, wine, and spirit during prohibition. This article is brought to you from Thomas Richardson, author of the blog History Here and Now. Prohibition was an eighteenth amendment to the U.S constitution ratified on January 16th, 1919, It was repealed On December 5, 1933.

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Royal History ╽The Deadly Sophxit of Count Konigsmarck and Princess Sophia Dorothea

Today’s post will be the tale of a royal exit written by guest poster Simone T. Whitlow from the blog History and Imagination. Whitlow discusses and tells the life story of Princess Sophia Dorothea and her exiting the royal family. The consequences were enormous. it is a story filled with an unhappy marriage and daring escapes.

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A Royal Murder ╽The Assassination Of Archduke Ferninand & His Wife, The Duchess!

The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg was the last straw that would set of a chain of events leading many countries to declare war and begin the first world war in history. WWI or the “Great War” had over a hundred countries involved in the conflict during its climax between 1914-1918.

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