September 29, 2018

Geronimo was quite an infamous Native American. From birth to burial, he led an exciting life. Throughout his travels he acquired the nickname “The worst Indian who ever lived” from white settlers, but how did he get such a nickname?

Well, he was a major influence in th...

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“Silence only encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.” -Elie Wiesel

 Communication is the hallmark of human interaction. History tilts upon conversations or actions in which the spoken word stands as the critical element. Without it, the Ame...

September 24, 2018

What does peace mean in America? Does it mean that most of the people in the country agree with the president and his laws and beliefs? Does it mean that we aren’t currently fighting any wars? Before we make any conclusions, let’s look at a time of peace in one of the...

September 21, 2018

His name in English was Amos Fortune and his birth name was At-mun. Amos was born in 1710, and he was a prince of the At-mun-shi tribe. He was fifteen when he was captured by slave hunters in 1725 and brought to Massachusetts. There he was sold to Caleb Copeland.

When h...

September 20, 2018

Hello, fellow Conquerors! We are still trying to spread the word to every corner of the world that history can be easy and fun to learn with Historical Conquest. 

 Our newest saying is that, “The Best Game in History” can be yours to play. As many of you might know we h...

September 18, 2018

To those who haven't participated in the past...

Every year on September 1st Historical Conquest hosts our annual 'Create Your Own Card' contest. Everyone can participate to find their favorite historical subject and enter it to become a rare card for the game. The winn...

September 15, 2018

As promised, September 10th we are releasing our fully digital, interactive, and student driven curriculum. The American Revolution curriculum Section #1: The Road to War is now available for FREE. Those interesting in finishing the curriculum may purchase further volu...

September 7, 2018

Amos Fortune was enslaved in his early life, and he overcame many obstacles to become a free man.  

Amos Fortune was born in Africa. His original name was At-Mun. In 1725, when At-mun was 15 years old, he was put on a slave ship. The ship docked at Boston and At-mum was...

September 5, 2018

Operation Vittles

Some people call the Berlin Airlift a mercy mission; some people call it a political venture; still others call it a military power play. Whatever it was, it saved the people of Berlin from starvation. 

The Soviet blockade had begun. As Edmund Burke sai...

September 3, 2018

What an improvement we’ve made! Plagiarism scores and improper citations have dropped by 93%! It’s clear everyone is making strives to turn in, not only wonderful essays but properly sourced and cited ones. Pat yourselves on the back, and keep up the great work! I look...

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