That title is an awful long way of saying "historical trivia," but that doesn't mean these tidbits from the dustbin of history aren't worth a look. It's true that Joan of Arc was not condemned for a charge of witchcraft, but according to Wikipedia, she was put on trial for heresy. In the end, the only capital crime she could be stuck with was crossdressing, repeat offense, which only happened because the prison guards took her frilly dress away.
The optics of a historical moment were just as important 500 years later, but unlike the trial of Joan of Arc, the transcript of the Apollo moon landing couldn't be fudged afterward, no matter what conspiracy theorists may tell you. See 25 pictofacts of historical trivia that might surprise you at Cracked.