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On This Day in History: D-Day
It was the turning point of World War II. More than 9,000 U.S. and allied soldiers lost their lives, but the invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944, commonly known as D-Day, allowed these 160,000 troops to gain a foothold in Nazi occupied France.
Stricker Ranch Topic of Upcoming Herrett Forum
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – You’ve likely have heard of Stricker Ranch, perhaps you've even visited the place; but you may not have heard all of the things Curtis Johnson plans to tell you about the historic site at a public lecture in March.
9 Facts You Might Not Know About History's 'Vikings'
History’s Vikings famously ditches the classic helmet imagery, but did you know the concept of filthy, horned raiders was historically inaccurate anyway? Or that the Travis Fimmel series pays homage to classic Norse myth in its titles? Sharpen your axes and fill your flagons, and let the 24th…
'Vikings' Season 3 Confirmed For 2015
We haven't kept up with History's 'Vikings' season 2 as much as its predecessor, but are nonetheless excited to see that Ragnar Lothbrok and his brood will live to fight another day. History has officially picked up a 'Vikings' season 3 for 2015, but what can we expect …

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