Bonnie & Clyde Footage | Eyewitness Account Of A Shoot-Out [1933]

Bonnie Elizabeth Parker and Clyde Chestnut Barrow became the most infamous gangster couple in U.S History after participating in a long string of robberies, murders, and general mayhem throughout the central United States during the great depression. The gang typically preferred to rob small stores and businesses including gas stations.

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King Edward VIII | The Love Story That Changed The British Monarchy

In today’s post I want to discuss the momentous moment when King Edward VIII decided to abdicate the throne in order to marry twice divorced American Wallis Simpson. The line of succession drastically shifted leading to Queen Elizabeth II’s reign.

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Book Review | Struggle & Suffrage In Plymouth Written By Tracey Glasspool

I am going to take a moment away from the civil rights movement to discuss a book I recently received from Pen & Swords Books titled Struggle And Suffrage In Plymouth – Women’s Lives And The Fight For Equality written by Tracey Glasspool. It is amazing!

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Book Review | Unremembered: Tales of the Nearly Famous & the Not Quite Forgotten

I was very excited when my copy of Unremembered: Tales of the Nearly Famous & the Not Quite Forgotten written by history author Ken Zurski arrived in the mail last week. This book was really interesting and didn’t disappoint at all as I dived into the stories!

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