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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Historians say Lee’s massed infantry assault across a wide plain was a gross miscalculation in the era of artillery and rifle fire.
Does Flabob have plans to work with a historian, curator or other expert to restore the hangar to its original glory?
Hamula being removed is the equivalent of a Catholic archbishop being removed from the Catholic Church, said church historian Greg Prince.
Although spying paid off for Rehder, economists and historians have long wondered whether industrial espionage is worth it for the country doing the spying.
The story of his death was recorded by Roman historian Livy and others.
However, according to historian and author Yasmin Khan, the details of the Indian soldiers at Dunkirk aren’t 100% clear, which may have contributed to the oversight.
Eric Hobsbawm, the renowned historian, refused to abandon the Soviet Union, even after the tanks rolled through Prague.
Few post-war Italian historians ever tackled the massacre.
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