Praise Ojo

Articles by Praise Ojo:

The Battle of Glendale took place on June 30, 1862, as part of the Union-orchestrated Peninsula Campaign of the American Civil War. During the end…

The 16th President of the College of William and Mary, Benjamin Stoddert Ewell was a civil engineer who served in the Confederate Army. His ingenuity…

James Birdseye McPherson began his career after graduating first in his class from the United States Military College in 1853, a class that included Philip…

In the years leading up to 1812, the United States had become entangled in the conflict between the United Kingdom and France; Great Britain banned…

What had been a three-day showdown between the Union Army under the command of Major General George G. Meade and General Robert E. Lee’s Confederate…

The Philippine Revolution against over three centuries of Spanish domination began with Andrés Bonifacio, leader of the Katipunan, a liberalist movement that sought independence for…

Born in the largest Irish county of Cork, Sir Charles McCarthy was a knighted Lieutenant Colonel in the Royal African Corps before his appointment as…

Fort Ticonderoga, located on the southern shores of Lake Champlain, New York City, was very vital during the Indian and French War as well as…

After the launch of the Tet Offensive campaign on January 30, 1968, in South Vietnam, a series of battles were fought between the southern Army…

In what was a golden era for political opportunists. Filibusters seemed to thrive in the mid-19th century. The main driving aim of filibusters was imperialism,…

The Gallic wars were a series of battles that ensued when the Gallic people of what is now France stood in resistance to the invading Roman…

Almost every country in the world has had its own fair share of internal crises, disputes, and wars – some more than most. South Africa,…