Author Archives: Olena BondarStroude
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR IN 1776
American patriots under the command of General George Washington set out to free themselves from the rule and tyranny of King George III. The British set forth to subdue the uprising and accumulated in New York the largest expeditionary force … Continue reading
Who decides what should be remembered?
Having read Eric Foner’s review on the David Blight book , “Race and Reunion”, we can observe how different the way of remembering the same event can be. Whoever ideas prevail in the culture, dictates our perception of the history. … Continue reading
History: Science or Fiction?
After I got introduced to the website and the blog, I learned that history can be interpreted in very many different ways. And of course, the more researcher we have, the more opinions we get. It’s almost impossible that a … Continue reading