August 31, 2018

You’re invited to become a part of Historical Conquest’s Ambassador Program! Get your friends and family excited about history by hosting tournaments or Enrichment Co-ops.

What are the perks of becoming an Ambassador?

You receive special discounts.

You’re given discount c...

August 29, 2018

The Bacon Rebellion was between two governmental leaders; it was NOT against the fat in bacon and how bad it is for you!

Who were these 2 governors? The first was Nathaniel Bacon (There you go, the Bacon Rebellion was by a guy whose LAST NAME was Bacon!). The second gov...

August 27, 2018

We had every intention to print in the United States from now on, but come to find out, all the printers that responded to our request for estimates were open enough to tell us they would be printing in China or another foreign land. There were many reasons we wanted t...

August 24, 2018

Here you will learn many ways to use Historical Conquest to excite your students to want to get more from History. They are the future and the best way to prepare them for is by learning from the past. 

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August 23, 2018

Juan Pujol Garcia - Part 2

Spies use a variety of tools or weapons to track, find, or follow enemies. They gather information and communicate through radios or secret code, and often have to dress up, act, and talk differently to hide their identities.

 For a brilliant d...

August 22, 2018

Juan Pujol Garcia - Part 1

Juan Pujol Garcia was a double spy during the 2nd World War. Born the son of a dye factory owner in Barcelona Spain as the 3rd of 4 children, he went to school at the age of 7. He was only allowed to leave the school on Sundays if he had a vis...

MLA, APA, AMA, and Chicago! Citations always seem like a pain. They’re complicated, always changing, and there are several different styles to follow. But truthfully, they’re as easy as using “quotations” and (parentheses). When it comes to using citations, here are a...

August 17, 2018

You asked for it and we listened! Historical Conquest is creating our very own curriculum. This online, interactive tool has never been tried before, but we’re making it happen. Our encyclopedia of fun and knowledge is jam packed with information about your favorite hi...

August 16, 2018

Summer Without a Summer - Part 2 

1816, dubbed year without a summer, was the result of Mount Tambora spewing clouds of ash and sulfur dioxide into the stratosphere. In April 1815, the giant volcano erupted, killing at least 71,000 people; around 12,000 were killed dire...

August 15, 2018

Summer Without a Summer - Part 1 

In 1816, Mount Tambora erupted on the island of Sumbawa, Indonesia. It was a massive eruption that launched at least 24 cubic miles of debris into the air. In fact, it was the largest eruption since the year 180 in Hatepe, New Zealand....

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