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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...

History

This series of innovations and inventions over the millions of years has made our lives easier. These inventions contributed to the scientific and technological...

U.S. History

Many abolitionists saw slavery as a stain on the image of the United States. These abolitionists were people who wanted to end slavery in...

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Born on the 7th of Feb 1812, in Portsmouth, Hampshire, just south of London, Charles Huffam Dickens was an extraordinary man. Best known as...

Events

During the 19th century, thousands of people arrived in the United States cities to seek a better life. The population of New York doubled,...

World History

History is full of stories of influential women who played important roles in various regions. These women left a strong and huge impact on...

Events

Napoleon Bonaparte, also known as Napoleon I, was a French military leader from 1769 to 1821. He seized political power in France in a...

World History

In the late 300s and the early 400s, a group of Germanic people fought against and brought down the Roman Empire, which had controlled...

Events

The earliest wheels, used as potter’s wheels, were invented some 5,500 years ago in Mesopotamia, modern-day Iraq. It is an early invention, but it...

Events

During the 18th century, many chemists began investigating the patterns in the properties of elements that existed at that time. The chemist Antoine Lavoisier...

World History

The Malayan Emergency occurred in British Malaya, including the Malay Peninsula and Singapore Island states. These regions were under the control of the British...

World History

As the Ottoman Empire declined, the Russian Tsar Nicholas I saw a chance to expand his rule over the Middle East and the Eastern...

Events

The Vice President of the ‘White Star Line,’ and owner of the Titanic, Phillip Franklin, is quoting having said: “There is no danger that Titanic...

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