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Cruel Queen: Take A Closer Look At The Female Caligula

History isn’t all fun and games. Over the course of time, a great many rulers have come into power, changing their people and country…

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On This Day, October 25th

1. 1944: First Kamikaze mission of the war The term Kamikaze is normally associated with a form of suicide attacks by Japanese military aviators…

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The Life of Revolutionary Marquis de Lafayette (continued)

The Siege of Yorktown unofficially marked the end of the Revolutionary War, though a treaty between Britain and America was not signed until later.…

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Foul Play: 4 Of History’s Most Bizarre Celebrity Deaths

When it comes to unusual deaths, certain celebrities take some beating. Over the years, some of the most famous people have come to some…

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On This Day, October 24th

1. 2003: The last supersonic commercial flight The Concorde Jet was the ultimate symbol of high-end luxury airliners, at least in the commercial sector.…

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The Man Who Broke The Sound Barrier By Simply Taking A Step

In order for a human being to reach speeds over 800mph, there needs to be some serious forces involved. You might think I’m referring…

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Archaeologists Found an Ancient Skeleton in China That’s Wrapped In Weed

TURPAN BASIN, CHINA – Archaeologists are calling it an “extraordinary cache”. They’ve found the body of an ancient man wrapped in cannabis in northwest…

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How Much Do You Know About World History?

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Roaring ‘20s: The Strangest Inventions From The Flapper Era

The roaring ‘20s were a time for parties, dancing and having a good time. Nestled just before the financial crash of the Great Depression,…

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On This Day, October 21st

1. 1959 Solomon R. Guggenheim museum opens in New York City It was on this date in 1959 that one of New York City’s…

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