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Heroes: Wayne Miner of Kansas City was possibly last American to die in World War I

Wayne Miner of Kansas City volunteered when no one else would. He may have been the last American to die in World War I.
— Read on www.kansascity.com/news/local/article107823992.html

The Horrible History of The Tower of London

The story of Little Ease begins with a prison break from the Tower of London. In 1534, a man and woman hurried past a row of cottages on the outer grounds of the Tower.

This is a great place to visit. Very historic. It is also close to London Bridge. London itself is a great place to visit.

— Read on www.histecho.com/the-horrible-history-of-the-tower-of-london/

The Naked Woman Who Soaked In Hitler’s Bathtub

A young American woman soaks in Adolf Hitler’s bathtub, her muddy boots staining his bath mat. There is a colorized photo that was posted on Facebook.

forward.com/schmooze/323460/the-naked-woman-who-soaked-in-hitlers-bathtub/

Beyond North Sentinel: A look at uncontacted and isolated tribes

The death of John Allen Chau by a tribe on North Sentinel Island has turned a spotlight on \
— Read on www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2018/11/26/beyond-north-sentinel-uncontacted-isolated-tribes/2117381002/

Hobby Lobby’s Illegal Antiquities Shed Light On A Lost, Looted Ancient City In Iraq : NPR

About 3,800 objects purchased by Hobby Lobby were returned to Iraq in May. Some come from an ancient Sumerian city, Irisagrig, and indicate that life there was “pretty good,” an archaeologist says.
— Read on www.npr.org/2018/06/28/623537440/hobby-lobbys-illegal-antiquities-shed-light-on-a-lost-looted-ancient-city-in-ira

Roman Tomb Unearthed; to Everyone’s Surprise, It’s Intact – The New York Times

Excavations for an aqueduct happened upon a fourth century B.C. chamber tomb, with four skeletons and funerary wares.
— Read on mobile.nytimes.com/2018/06/01/arts/design/roman-tomb-intact.html