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February in History
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February in History

Our eternally pessimistic correspondent gives his historical highlights for the month of February.
Adam Węgłowski
Getting Bogged Down
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Getting Bogged Down

The boglands of Estonia store water, cultivate biodiversity, and help regulate the climate. To ensure a sustainable future, they must be protected.
Paulina Wilk
The Singing Revolution
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The Singing Revolution

From the pre-Christian era to today, the Baltic state has a proud—and revolutionary—history and tradition of song.
Ula Idzikowska
Wine, Farmers, and Unicorns
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Wine, Farmers, and Unicorns

The countries of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia all show a keen sense of environmentalism, as well as a forward-thinking attitude.
Maciej Wesołowski
Dancing Dawns
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Dancing Dawns

The time of day when the sun rises is a celebration of the beginning. Literature, myths, and religions are all rich in its symbolism.
Renata Lis
The Entangled Stories of the Baltic States
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The Entangled Stories of the Baltic States

Estonians, Latvians, and Lithuanians have inhabited the region for centuries—sometimes under the same rulers, but always with individual identities.
Jakub Niedźwiedź
29th March 1857
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29th March 1857

On this day in 1857, a young Indian soldier in an infantry regiment of the British East India Company decided to take a stand against his British masters. His actions kickstarted a major rebellion.
Adam Węgłowski
The Goatherd and the Cave
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The Goatherd and the Cave

In 1947, a trio of Bedouin shepherds came across a remarkable find near the Qumrān ruins in Palestine—or so the sensational story goes.
Aleksandra Woźniak-Marchewka
Cosmic Transmissions (Winter, 2022)
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Cosmic Transmissions (Winter, 2022)

Our quarterly communication of news from Earth and outer space, including the birth of the moon, a forgery of Galileo, and the truth behind UFOs.
Łukasz Kaniewski
5th December 1952
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5th December 1952

On this day in 1952, just over a decade after the wartime Blitz, death from above hit the streets of London again. Smog was everywhere, blinding pedestrians and even creeping into cinema screens.
Adam Węgłowski
November in History
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November in History

Our eternally pessimistic correspondent gives his historical highlights for the month of November.
Adam Węgłowski
Where Does War Come From?
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Where Does War Come From?

Conflict is usually attributed to disputes over land and resources, inherent aggressive tendencies, or gender. Yet perhaps none of the above provide an adequate explanation.
Tomasz Wiśniewski
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