The atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the U.S. came with censorship and obfuscation about the effects of the radiation on those who were exposed.
In 1960, before his nomination as a US Supreme Court justice, Thurgood Marshall helped frame the constitution that would serve a new country.
When faking an identity, it helps to choose something foreign to your audience.
Apartheid policies that segregated sports in South Africa were challenged by its own athletes, as well as internationally.
Prince Edward's visit began the end of the monarchy’s influence in India.
The British Empire began developing its colonialization tactics in Ireland and Canada, before exporting them throughout the world.
A Russian court has ruled the country's oldest human rights organization must be dissolved. The work they do required trust from those who had lived under Stalin.
The files of Paris police from the late nineteenth century reveal the tumultuous politics of the time through the graffiti recorded in them.
The question of Zionism in post World War II America did not have a single answer. One group proposed bringing agriculture to the California desert instead.
During a national miners strike, LGBT activists became unexpected allies, united against the Thatcher government.