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Mankind The Story of All of Us: Sneak Peek

Here at History.com, we’re excited about the upcoming television event Mankind The Story of All of Us, which premieres Tuesday, November 13, at 9/8c. We’ve also been hard at work putting together videos, online features and interactives related ...

Our Favorites From Around the Web

Three weeks ago, we listed some of our favorite features on History.com. Below you’ll find 10 of our picks from around the web—check them out! 1. Letters of Note This site features amazing letters, postcards, telegrams and memos sent by or to ...

HISTORY Here, There & Everywhere (or What We Did on Our Summer Semi-Vacations)

We love New York. And we also love the new HISTORY Here app, an interactive travel guide to thousands of historic locations across the United States. So when our coworkers responsible for HISTORY Here asked some of us to snap photos of sites in and ...

Remembering the Battle of Antietam, 150 Years Later

Today marks the 150th anniversary of the deadliest day in American history—September 17, 1862. Fought on a field near Antietam Creek in Sharpsburg, Maryland, the Battle of Antietam resulted in 23,000 American casualties—four times the number ...

3 Reasons We’re Looking Forward to “Lincoln”

We're marking our calendars for the upcoming release of “Lincoln,” the new biopic directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Daniel Day-Lewis. Here are three reasons why the History.com staff can’t wait for November 16: 1. Team of ...

Our Favorites on History.com

To celebrate the launch of our new blog, we’d like to share five of our favorite links on History.com. We’re especially proud of these features and think they represent the best of what our site has to offer. Check out the list below, and stay ...

Introducing Our New HISTORY Blog

Here at the History.com office, we talk about a lot of things. What to eat for lunch. The best way to get from Park Slope in Brooklyn to Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan. The likelihood of the Jets making the playoffs. Also, what really happened ...