Posts Tagged ‘genre’

Morbid Fascination: The Birth of the True Crime Genre

For many true crime junkies, podcasts are the way to go to get your next fix. But before podcasts and streaming documentaries, what did people do to get their true crime docs?  Read more Section:  Artifacts Ancient Writings News History Ancient Traditions Read Later 

History and Genre Paintings by Fyodor Bronnikov

Fyodor Bronnikov (1827 – 1902) was a Russian painter who was first taught by his father, a decorative painter. After his father died, Fyodor traveled to Saint Petersburg at age 16 to try to matriculate at the Imperial Academy of Arts. He was rejected, so he became an apprentice in the shop or a woodcutter, […]

Powers & Principalities: Putting Holocaust Atrocities in the Proper Genre

Timothy Kelly and Joe Atwill discuss Ewen Cameron, CD Jackson, MK-Ultra, Fake News, Zionists, Nazis, Mind Control and Holocaust Revisionism. Download Source Article from

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