Picture yourself in medieval Rome, sitting on a balcony overlooking one of the piazzas enjoying a cup of coffee, when suddenly you start to see
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n September 1939, Poland was invaded by Nazi Germany, an event that marked the beginning of one of the most devastating periods in human history.
Winner of the Spring 2019 StMU History Media Award for Best Article in the Category of “People” Francis was faced with a very large obstacle:
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In the early hours of August 24, 1572, all was calm in France until an unexpected chaos struck the Protestant Huguenots gathered at the Louvre Palace