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One of the Earliest Industrial Spies Was a French Missionary Stationed in China

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When he wasn’t converting people, Father Francois Xavier d’Entrecolles was extracting trade secrets from porcelain producers.

Build for your Navy! Enlist! WPA poster, ca. 1942

The Art and Anger of Japanese Internment Camp Silk Screeners

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Inside the complex legacy of the print shop at Colorado's Camp Amache.


The Little-Known Passport that Protected 450,000 Refugees

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Between 1922 and 1938, the 'Nansen Passport' allowed stateless people to make a new life.


How Millions of Secret Silk Maps Helped POWs Escape Their Captors in WWII

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The ingenious maps played a role in some 750 successful escapes.


The First People to Push the Panic Button Were Korean War Pilots

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What started as a last-ditch safety tool became a way for soldiers to make fun of each other.


How Trees Help Solve Murders

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Twigs, seeds and pollen can help heat up otherwise cold cases.


The Goose Who Wore Nikes, and the Mystery of Who Murdered Him

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The Nebraska celebrity bird delighted all — until he was brutally killed.


The 1980s Crime Ring That Poisoned Japan's Candy And Never Got Caught

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The 'Mystery Man with 21 Faces' mocked the police ruthlessly and stocked Japan's supermarkets with cyanide-filled candy. To this day, no one knows who they were.

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