The famous Assassination that started WW1 happened in history this past Saturday. I was just looking up historic photos which are in somewhat short supply online, even now, but to me a trip to the library is never as far as your computer!
It can be a very enlightening experience. Not long ago we celebrated, if you will, 100 years since the infamous Titanic sank and of course, had been looking at James Cameron's personal journey to accurately explore the real legend that inspired his film.
History from our own lifetime is something we may have slept through in school, but there's more information coming to light in recent years that add to the learning experience, and it just keeps your attention I feel..
Another site I just happened upon exploring WWII build up and causes
Edited by BlackListedB, 30 June 2014 - 03:05 AM.