History

Box: Resurrection

March 23, 2009

Resurrection

Peter Nathan

In Resurrection: The Power of God for Christians and Jews, Kevin Madigan and Jon D. Levenson explain the term resurrection from the Hebrew Scriptures.

Two Emperors: Tutankhamen and Qin Shi Huangdi

March 23, 2009

Two Emperors Who Would Cheat Death

Stephen Elliott

Two of archaeology’s most fascinating finds are represented by separate museum exhibits. Both were emperors of powerful nations: but that is not all they had in common.

Biography: Geronimo: Finding Peace

February 16, 2009

Geronimo: Finding Peace

Alan MacIver

Biography of the Apache warrior Geronimo: a controversial figure who faced severely troubled times before his death on February 17, 1909.

War to End All War? Why It Didn't

July 21, 2008

The War to End All War: Why It Didn't

Gavin Barclay

World War I has been described as the war to end all war. The ensuing years—most notably, the Second World War—showed that this thought was ridiculously naïve.

The Most Violent Century: Weapons and Warfare

August 23, 2010

The Most Violent Century

Stephen Elliott

An estimated 167 million to 188 million people of the ostensibly best the long history of mankind has had to offer, have been shoveled into early graves.

David Ben-Gurion: For the Love of Zion

Summer 2008

David Ben-Gurion: For the Love of Zion

David Hulme

Zionist ideology formed the core of David Ben-Gurion’s identity. From his youth, the importance of settlement in the land was central to his views.

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