The Invention of the Folding Cabinet Bed – 1885 Intro In the late 19th century, Sarah E. Goode, an African American entrepreneur, inventor, and visionary, introduced a ground-breaking piece of furniture that would revolutionize the way people utilized their living spaces. Her invention, the Folding Cabinet Bed, not only addressed the challenges of space constraints in urban areas but also […]
World War II stands as one of the most monumental conflicts in human history, engulfing the globe in a devastating war that reshaped political, social, and economic landscapes.
Ted Kaczynski commonly known as the Unabomber, is a name that strikes fear and intrigue in the hearts and minds of many.
Kaczynski’s story is not just one of violence, but also of a troubled mind that eventually succumbed to radical ideologies, fuelled in part by more than 200 hours of MK ULTRA experiments he was subjected to at the hands of the CIA’s doctor Henry Murray.
Although it is usually attributed to a single man, Samuel F. B Morse, the invention of the telegraph was really the result of a chain of contributions made…
In the 1940s, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Quaker Oats tests conducted a series of experiments involving the consumption of radioactive cereals by children. In particular, the study sought to learn more about the effects of internal radiation exposure, and to develop methods for treating radiation sickness as opposed to external radiation exposure, which had been studied for many years.
The Palomares atomic bomb disaster of 1966 was a major nuclear accident that occurred in the small agricultural and fishing town of Palomares, located in the Southeastern region of Spain known as Almería.
John Mulholland was an American magician, author, and illustrator who is best known for his work in the field of magic and his contributions to the history of American Intelligence
Russia Investigation Resources
Indictments, testimonies, and other official documents relevant to the connections between Russia and the Trump campaign.
An industry that actively recruited young boys was the British Royal Navy. These children were known as “Powder Monkeys” or “powder boy”.