In the midst of great hardship, women from both the North and South were inspired to join the war effort, taking on surprising new roles either in factories or on the frontline.
It wasn't until 1993 that American women were officially allowed to fly combat aircraft. Learn about the struggles, the accomplishments, and contributions of women pilots of the past, present, and future.
Joan of Arc: A teenage girl so dangerous, she had to be burned at the stake. Discover how an illiterate peasant girl took command of an army and placed a king on the throne of France.
Mary Todd Lincoln and Varina Davis were two women from rival governments, but they led parallel lives, struggling against bitter criticism, personal tragedies, and an agonizing war that shaped their public identities.
Experts, historians, authors, and behavorial psychologists offer an in-depth examination of the facts and the mysteries surrounding the court room trials of suspected witches in Salem Village, Massachusetts in 1692.
Roman administrators try to control the Iceni by appropriating their land and disarming the tribe, but Queen Boudicca raises a mighty army and takes the fight to the Romans.
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