How A Fatal Boxing Match On A Navy Ship Marked A Pivotal Point For Race In The US Military
In 1905, at the dawn of America’s empire under Teddy Roosevelt, a black sailor and a Jewish sailor boxed in a makeshift ring on the deck of a U.S. Navy ship. What was intended to be entertainment for hundreds of idle soldiers instead turned into a tragedy, marking a pivotal, if overlooked, moment in the history of race in the American military.
A Guide to Presidential Facial Hair
A convenient little chart detailing the facial follicles of our commanders in chief. This alone is the reason you should donate to those creepy Wikipedia solicitations. And, to clarify, Truman's beard didn't hop off of his face and book a flight to Aruba. It was grown while he was on vacation.