By: Scott Hayes | Mar 9, 2011 NSSAR contacted us because they wanted a class lapel pin to give to all of their Congress members. Using their design ideas, we were able to create a pin that was memorable and rich in detail. Here are some things to note about their pin’s design:
By: Henry Ford | Mar 1, 2011 The Korean War was a conflict between North and South Korea that began early in 1940s with major hostilities beginning in June 1950 and ending in July 1953. The causes of the conflict were diverse but notably the attempted reunification of the North and South Korea bringing in the conflicting interest of the allied forces and the communism block of china and the Soviet Union.
By: Leona Tyrie | Jan 26, 2011 The names of William Burke and William Hare have become synonymous with grave robbing. But in actual fact, neither one of them ever robbed a grave. Burke and Hare were simply cold blooded murderers and are probably regarded as Scotland’s most infamous serial killers.
By: Gabriel Castle | Jan 22, 2011 2010 had been an eventful year for America in politics. The Obama administration continues to face challenges; Democrats and Republicans made triumphs and compromises, and the Tea Party Movement grows stronger. Here's a review of the top 10 news of 2010.
By: Mary Rose | Jan 20, 2011 President Hu Jintao is paying a four-day visit to Washington, the United States as the reaction to the US President Obama’s invitation to talk about a raft of issues. In 2006, President Hu Jintao had came to the United States when President Goerge W Bush was on the administrative operation. Sine Beijing and Washington signed diplomatic ties in 1979, seven Chinese leaders have formally visited Washington
By: Mary Rose | Aug 24, 2010 In a political family, several members are involved in politics. The Kennedy and the Bush are among famous political families in the U.S. whereas Japan has the Koizumi, Hatoyama, and so on. Below is the list of well-known political clans in Japan and the U.S.
By: Mary Rose | Jul 23, 2010 Heinrich Schliemann, the most famous archaeologist of his years, claimed to have found Priam’s Treasure at the site of ancient Troy including a cache of gold and other artefacts. With the rise of modern critical history, Troy and the Trojan War came into the human legend. In the 1870s (in two campaigns, 1871-73 and 1878-79) Schliemann excavated a hill called Hissarlik in the Ottoman Empire, near the town of Chanak (Çanakkale) in north-western Anatolia. Here the ruins of a series of ancient cities dating from the Bronze Age to the Roman period were discovered. The huge treasure including gold, silver, jewels, ivories, and so on found in Troy became secret because their owner has been identified until now. Discovering the treasure of Troy will bring you lots of excitements.
By: Henes Pitt | Jul 3, 2010 Russian spies arrested in US make people all over the world to memorize the world's most famous spies. In particular, the FBI has arrested spies for serving as secret agents of Russia's intelligence organ, the SVR with a view to penetrating U.S government policymaking circles. After lots of years for secret investigation, the U.S Justice Department claimed and sentenced “talented” spies of Soviet Union. Below are the “deepest-cover” suspects for the world's most famous spies.