Popular Mechanics shared a meditative technique used by US Army pilots in World War II that would help them fall asleep within ten minutes.
The Operations Room created a chilling animation documenting how atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.
Odd Tinkering quite skillfully restored a vintage Coca-Cola six-pack container from World War II using Diet Coke to remove the rust.
Rare Footage of War-Torn London During World War II That Has Been Enhanced and Colorized by AI Software
Rare historical footage of war-torn London during World War II that was restored using AI-assisted color, sound, and movement correction.
Cities and Memory has put together "Obsolete Sounds," a giant collection of sounds that have become obsolete or are quickly disappearing.
Weird History Food recounts the high-flying origins of frozen TV dinners, noting that its invention took place before others took credit for it.
Joseph Pisenti of RealLifeLore explains how Russia came to own a small yet strategic piece of Germany along the coast of the Baltic Sea.
German Traveler Visits a Small Town in Texas Where German Has Been the First Language for Generations
German traveler Fabs976 visited Shelby, Texas, a small town in Austin County known as “Little Germany” because a large number of people there grew up…
Insider went to Agnone, Italy to visit the Marinella family of Pontifica Founderia di Campane, the world's oldest brass bell foundry.
Ryan Socash of It's History dives into the fascinating history of seemingly forgotten underground tunnels throughout New York City.