The Sons Of History

Literally, we are just two guys who love history. We also understand the importance of knowing history and learning from it. But more important than knowing and learning history, we believe we should be teaching it to others.

Students and adults alike feel that history is a boring subject. This may be because it is boringly taught or it may be because our attention spans are now shorter than that of a goldfish (actually scientifically proven).

History: A Rather Touchy Subject —  

We completely understand that history can be a touchy and offensive subject, but that’s only because it absolutely is. People from every country and all walks of life have done some pretty terrible things, some more terrible than others, but people have also done some pretty incredible things, some more incredible than others.
Between the two of us, we aren’t afraid to present history as it was, from the terrible to the incredible.

Why We Need to Learn History

We both went through high school and college and we both asked the same question: Why do I have to learn this?

When it comes to some subjects, like math and science, there may be a point to that question. But when it comes to history, we learn it because it is us. It may be the actions of other people, but ultimately we are history. We are human nature, and what happened 10, 100, 1000 years ago can and still happens today. Why? Because people have the same emotions and tendencies they’ve always had.

No matter how far removed we are from a historical moment, humanity cannot remove itself from the motives that led to that moment. We can’t change our human nature, but we can learn from it so that we ensure we don’t make the same mistakes our ancestors did. By that same token, we can ensure we make the same right choices our ancestors did.