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The sinking of the Titanic.

The sinking of the Titanic.

Share thisOn April 15th 1912, the Titanic with 2,223 people on board sank in the North Atlantic Ocean after hitting an iceberg. The passenger liner was on her maiden voyage from the UK to the…

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Covid-19: Echos from the past, Lessons from the 1918 spanish flu.

Covid-19: Echos from the past, Lessons from the 1918 spanish flu.

Share thisThe 1918 pandemic flu was a deadly influenza pandemic that lasted from January 1918 to December 1920, infected over 500 million people and killed another 50 million giving it a seat among the deadliest…

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History : When the British burnt down the Whitehouse.

History : When the British burnt down the Whitehouse.

Share thisIn 1812, the United States army under president Madison invaded upper Canada attacked the port of Dover, set a blaze the port, looted and captured the local militia over there, the battle is famously…

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Bay of pigs: The CIA failed invasion of Cuba.

Bay of pigs: The CIA failed invasion of Cuba.

Share thisThe Brilliant Disaster – The failed invasion of Cuba, Bay Of Pigs. The failure by the US backed Cuban exile militia to overthrow Fidel Castro is sometimes called the brilliant disaster due to the…

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The murder of a President : JFK assassination.

The murder of a President : JFK assassination.

Share thisPhoto by CBC News. At 12:30pm, November 22nd 1963, the motorcade of the 35th president of the United States was slowly snaking it’s way along Elm street in Dallas, Texas, on the right was…

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The day women demanded and got their rights.

The day women demanded and got their rights.

Share thisOn October 24, 1975, 90 per cent of women in Iceland went on strike to protest the policy of unequal pay that saw men earn more than women for the same job. The women…

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Why The United States took half of Mexico in 1848.

Why The United States took half of Mexico in 1848.

Share thisBefore 1845, Texas was a semi autonomous state of Mexico. In 1836 Texans revolted against the tyrannical government of Mexico under General Santa Ana. The revolt led to the secession of Texas from Mexico.…

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The betrayal and murder of Osama Bin Laden.

The betrayal and murder of Osama Bin Laden.

Share thisThe Egyptian traitor who sold out Osama Bin Laden to the United States. Osama was betrayed. An Al Qaeda operative walked into the American embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan. And volunteered his service to the…

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Pablo Escoba : Greatest Outlaw of all times.

Pablo Escoba : Greatest Outlaw of all times.

Share thisNo outlaw will ever match Pablo Escoba. A man who gave the government money to build him his own prison then flew to it in his own helicopter. A man who was feared by…

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Adolf Hitler worst crime.

Adolf Hitler worst crime.

Share thisThe killing of 1.1 million Jews in Auschwitz. Upon arriving in Auschwitz, Jews were lined up and separated into two groups. The weak, old and deformed were put on the left. The young and…

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