War And Foreign Policy Through The Eyes Of Vietnam Veterans

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In 1800, when the tapestry cap was made, Aleppo was a major textile center, dotted with workshops where silk was woven and crafted. This 1873 photograph shows a Muslim man and woman from the region. Courtesy of The Textile Museum hide caption

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From Aleppo, An Artifact Of A Calmer Age

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Dillingham Commission's Ranking Of Immigrant Groups Affected U.S. Policy For Decades

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A 'Permatemp' Economy: The Idea Of The Expendable Employee

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The Love Song That Marked A Shift In French-German Relations

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Hans Massaquoi told his story in Destined to Witness: Growing up Black in Nazi Germany. The former managing editor of Ebony magazine died on his 87th birthday last Saturday. Matthew P. D'Agostino/AP hide caption

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'Ebony' Editor Began Life Black In Nazi Germany

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Before serving the haggis at a Burns Supper, it's tradition to address it by reciting Robert Burns' "Address to a Haggis" which begins "Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face, Great chieftain o' the pudding-race!" sneeu via Flickr hide caption

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Sarah Collins Rudolph was with her sister Addie Mae Collins when a bomb exploded in the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala. The 1963 bombing killed her sister and three other girls, and Collins Rudolph was seriously injured in the attack. Frank Couch/AL.COM /Landov hide caption

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Long Forgotten, 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing Survivor Speaks Out

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Did President Obama Misuse MLK's Bible?

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Former 'Ebony' Editor Was Proud German

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The Nazis imprisoned Czech composer Rudolf Karel (shown here in a sketch from 1945) for helping the resistance in Prague. He wrote his compositions down on toilet paper. Courtesy of Francesco Lotoro hide caption

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Honoring 'Our Will To Live': The Lost Music Of The Holocaust

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Politics And Kim Kardashian's Business In Bahrain

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Beams of sunlight stream through the windows of Grand Central Terminal, circa 1930. Hal Morey/Getty Images hide caption

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A Historic Arrival: New York's Grand Central Turns 100

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The crowd faces off with police at the Stonewall Inn nightclub raid in the summer of 1969 in New York City. New York Daily News Archive/NY Daily News via Getty Images hide caption

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