SOURCE: NY Times
Some 500 enslaved people revolted in Louisiana but were largely ignored by history. Two centuries later, an ambitious re-enactment brings their uprising back to life.
SOURCE: The Walrus
From Civil War uniforms to Viking smelts, meet the people who bring history to life.
SOURCE: BBC News
Local church leaders outside of Leipzig have objected to the "glorification" of war.
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