Examples of historian in a Sentence
historians are still trying to sort out fact from fiction in the story of Kateri Tekakwitha, the Lily of the Mohawks
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The co-opting of the news media is more fundamental than any one administration’s spending on self-promotion, historians say.
In a popular television show Sergei Kuryokhin, a composer and artist, pretended to be a historian, arguing that Lenin ate psychedelic mushrooms and in the end turned into one.
Film historians say there were fewer classic films available on VHS tape than on 35- and 16-mm film, and fewer still on DVD and a yet smaller selection on blu-ray discs.
Robert Bateman is a military historian and is a fellow at New America.
Omar Mohammed was a stealth historian risking death with virtually every keystroke.
The featured speaker is Tim Lickness who served as a platoon leader in both Korea and Vietnam and is a Vietnam-era historian.
Other historians, however, don’t believe the investigation will find proof of a mass grave.
Western historians believe at least 20 million Chinese died in this war, a large percentage of them civilians.
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