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55 Stunningly Beautiful Actresses From The ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s

We wanted to feature some of the most stunning actresses throughout the golden years of Hollywood, but we quickly realized that there were so…

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50 Stunningly Beautiful Actresses From The ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s [SAFE]

We wanted to feature some of the most stunning actresses throughout the golden years of Hollywood, but we quickly realized that there were so…

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On This Day, November 9th

1. 1965: Great Northeast Blackout It was on this date in 1965 that one of the biggest power failures in United States history took…

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On This Day, November 8th

1: 1895: X-Ray technology discovered While testing whether cathode rays could pass through glass at his lab in Wurzburg, Germany, Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen accidentally…

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To Be Or Not To Be: 5 Writers Rumored To Be Behind Shakespeare

William Shakespeare is one of the most celebrated writers in history. Despite having died long ago, the writer and wordsmith is still studied as…

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No Go Zone: The Popular Films That Were Banned During WWII

World War II was one of the most devastating events of the 20th century. Affecting almost every part of the world, the war changed…

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5 Famous Faces In History That Never Lived A Day

The majority of famous people go down in history for something they’ve done or something that happened to them. Often, however, what we think…

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On This Day, November 7th

1. 1991: Magic Johnson announces sudden retirement Basketball fans all over the world were stunned when Magic Johnson made a sudden announcement that he…

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On This Day, November 4th

1. 1922: The first clue found which led to King Tut’s tomb After years of searching through the ancient ruins of Egyptian tombs, British…

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Travel Back In Time In This Soviet Era Ghost Town

The former Soviet Republic is practically another world. Spanning from Russia into the stretches of Eastern Europe and beyond, the Soviet Republic had a…

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