Tattoos have been around for thousands of years. What was once taboo has now become a mainstream mode of self-expression.
By Wes O'Donnell
Founder and Creative Director of Warrior Lodge Media Group
Currently there are almost 2.6 million post 9/11 veterans living in the United States today, with another million predicted to be leaving the military through the year 2016 according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. With an unemployment rate of 10%, veterans have a very important choice to make regarding the city in which they decide to live after separating from the military.
Students who love television, movies, comedy and magazines will certainly enjoy majoring in popular-culture studies at a certain Ohio University. The school says the major provides an opportunity to use “television programs, movies, cars, houses, music, museums, celebratory events, holidays, magazines and many other manifestations of culture insights to examine society presently and historically. Continue Reading
In 1805, during the wars of the 3rd Coalition, Napoleon was pretty much wiping the floor with the Russian/Austrian armies. After the battle of Ulm, where an Austrian army commanded by General Mack was surrounded and destroyed by Napoleon, the allies tried to retreat and regroup behind the Danube.
Napoleon had to cross the Danube, but the allies managed to destroy all bridges and crossings. Continue Reading
A typescript with handwritten revisions by Churchill, following the invasion of Sicily and three days after the overthrow of Mussolini, sold for £20,400 ($31,550) at Sotheby’s in July 2003.
This insight into the life of a normal soldier during the Second World War, infantry platoon commander Peter White, sold for £30,000 ($59,790) at Christie’s in June 2007. Continue Reading