What really happened? Were those historical events really that glamorous, that glorifying, and that exciting? We know they were not; at least not at the time.
When Custer's 7th cavalry regiment was wiped out at the battle of the Little Big Horn, it was reported that the were no survivors. There were over 5000 survivors - all Native Americans. Their story reveals the truth of that battle. According to their testimony Custer was probably the first to die, forever debunking the picture of him on a hilltop fighting to the last.
Was Lincoln concerned with preserving the union or ending slavery?
What were Nixon's crimes?
How did so many Nazis escape justice?
How did The Declaration of Independence written by Thomas Jefferson finally get edited to its present form?
What is the truth behind the Roswell stories? Was it a government cover-up? Do we really have an alien spacecraft and alien bodies?
What did they use before toilet paper?
What were the first laws? Who wrote them? How long ago?
Was Spartacus the man portrayed by Kirk Douglas?
Would you be surprised to find out that Cleopatra was neither beautiful nor Egyptian? If not, why were men so attracted her? She was a red head and there are no asps in Egypt. She used a cobra and it had nothing to do with learning that Marc Antony was dead.
When did it become the White House and was there always an oval office?
How close did gangster Bugsy Siegel come to killing both Herman Goring and Josef Goebbels?
Who was the major league baseball star who parachuted behind enemy lines to spy on the Nazis?
Did Dwight Eisenhower really have a mistress?
Was Harry S. Truman chosen to run as vice president or chosen to become the next president?
These questions and more, much much more, are the essence of this book.
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