On July 5, 1962, Algeria declared its independence after 132 years of French occupation. The transition was chaotic and violent, but inspired revolutionaries worldwide.
Pullman resisted hiring women and did his best to keep attention away from the company’s female employees.
The 1896 version of crime sensationalism also taught the victim-blaming lesson “Stay Sexy, Don’t Get Murdered.”
Eighteenth-century Italian noblewomen had one indispensable accessory: an extramarital lover.