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In particular, historiography is about what we can learn from history.
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Births (100 years ago today): 1916 - Ruth Leach Amonette, American businesswoman and author (d. 2004)
Births (50 years ago today): 1966 - Bernard Gilkey, American baseball player
Deaths (1650 years ago today): 366 - Pope Liberius
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Kennedy and Latin America: The Alliance for Progress
The 1960 Election Campaign: The TV Debates and the Inaugural Address
JFK: Introduction and Overview
SOLO Hexagons: The Rise of Hitler
Model Essay: To what extent were conflicting views about Germany the main cause of the Cold War up to 1949?
Cold War Historiography
A revision summary grid of historiographical terms
Origins of the Cold War: Essay Writing Advice
Schools of History
Historians and Theory of Knowledge in History
How successfully did Elizabeth deal with the problems of her reign?
To what extent was Elizabeth I to blame for Spain