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What caused the Dust Bowl storms in the 1930s? What caused the Dust Bowl storms in the 1930s?

Events

In the 1930s, the Southern Plains region of the United States went through a dry period of severe drought and dust storms. The name...

Nostalgia

Born at Porbandar in the Indian state of present-day Gujrat in October 1869, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was the son of the chief minister of...

History

Vasco da Gama was born into a noble family around the 1460s in Sines, a small town in Portugal. His father, Estevao da Gama...

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Mysteries

The Bermuda Triangle, or Devil’s Triangle, covers an area of 500,000 square miles of the Atlantic Ocean off the southeastern tip of Florida. This...

World History

In the northeastern province of Persia, Khorasan suffered the most terrible devastation from the onslaught of the Mongol armies than any other country that...

World History

Rising to power as the leader of the Nazi Party in the 1920s, Adolf Hitler became the main architect of the Second World War....

World History

The Greek Gods is a pantheon that consists of 12 different deities that all resided on Mount Olympus. These Gods were the center of...

Events

In 2001, on September 11th, 19 militants related to the Islamic extremist group known as Al Qaeda hijacked four separate airplanes to carry out...

Nostalgia

One of the most influential writers and the greatest dramatist of all time, William Shakespeare occupies an exclusively unique position in the world of...

History

Siddharta Gautama is known to be the founder of Buddhism, which is considered an important religion in many Asian countries. But what is the...

World History

The ‘Konfrontasi’ as those in Indonesia called it, was a confrontation between the British Commonwealth forces and Indonesian forces. The dispute was over whether...

World History

Greece is the cradle of Western civilization and the birthplace of democracy. The country has produced some of the most famous and influential philosophers...

Nostalgia

Anton Chekhov is considered one of Russia’s greatest playwrights and is called the master of modern short stories. But who was Anton Chekhov really?...

World History

Serfdom is the term to describe the institutional system that forced peasants to provide labor to landlords to let them occupy the land. Serfdom...

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