‘Oh, the humanity!’, The Hindenburg Disaster, 1937.

The Hindenburg disaster proved to be the downfall of commercial zeppelin travel but prior to the catastrophe zeppelin travel had been a success, an exciting and growing way to travel, particularly in the early Twentieth century. After more than thirty years of successful commercial travel on zeppelins involving tens of thousands of people, flying over … More ‘Oh, the humanity!’, The Hindenburg Disaster, 1937.

From Seneca Falls to the Nineteenth Amendment: The American Women’s Movement – Revised

The 6th of February 1918 marks a pivotal date in British history as people across the country will rejoice in celebrating the centennial anniversary of the enfranchisement of women over the age of thirty being granted the right to vote. This important landmark in British history may have happened over three generations ago, but it … More From Seneca Falls to the Nineteenth Amendment: The American Women’s Movement – Revised

The Korean War

With the Korean Peninsula being ever present in current media I feel it is necessary to understand some background of both North and South Korea. The Korean War is perhaps the greatest level of tension the world has experienced since World War II. As Malkasian argues it was the closest the world has ever been … More The Korean War