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Tales of Atrocity: From the ‘SS’ to ‘ISIS’

Timothy Ryback, author of Hitler's First Victims, tells the story of Hartinger, one of the earliest opponents to Nazi Germany, whose actions demonstrate the transcendent power of the law, as worth remembering today as it was some seventy years ago. (READ MORE)

Cabeza de Vaca: An Unlikely Hero For Native Americans

He was a great American explorer, a champion of Native American rights, and you definitely haven't heard of him. Robin Varnum, biographer of Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, reminds readers of the Spanish settler's epic legacy in early American history.(READ MORE)