1. Cold Ethyl

    Archeologists find 3,000-year-old sword so well-preserved it ‘almost shines’

    A bronze sword made more than 3,000 years ago that is so well-preserved it “almost still shines” has been unearthed in Germany, officials say. Bavaria’s state office for the preservation of historical monuments says the sword, which is believed to date back to the end of the 14th century B.C. —...
  2. RyeDogBaby

    Ww2 book

    My grandpa's old book and pictures of stuff he seen when he served
  3. TimTomYumPlum

    Next level history for the sleeping sheep

  4. Ravishing Rick Rude

    Military History Museum: The Nazi Room

    This video is 3 years old but it just popped up on my YouTube , thought maybe some of you here would like to see this....
  5. jorokofo

    Pre history cannibalism

    I’m a big history buff and also have a taste for the strange and taboo stumbled across this video that documents how early humans wold partake in cannibalism and the meanings behind them doing so
  6. Mullet_Head87

    Jack The Ripper Victims & (Some) Suspects....

  7. NeCrO-MaNiAc

    Most Brutal Historical Execution Methods You've Ever Heard Of?

    I've always found that execution methods these days are so much more tame than they once were a great many years ago. The middle ages were especially ripe with gruesome creativity that rivals much of the more mundane methods I see now. (Mundane in my eyes, at least.) I've looked into a lot of...
  8. Culeradi

    Lesley Ann Downey Tape Transcript - one of the Moors Murders victims

    [I don't know if i'm posting it on the right forum. If not - sorry for that.] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moors_murders This is the full Lesley Ann Downey tape transcript taken by Leonard Milner, a shorthand typist of the Supreme court in 1966. I didn't found anyone posting it on goregrish...