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Life in the United States during World War II was full of fear, anxiety and determination. These World War II posters show how life really was during the World War II.
Published by Sam Montana 89 months ago in History | +31 votes | 11 comments
Newcastle has a very diverse architectural history; it began as a Roman fort and the Romans built the first bridge over the Tyne, which they named Pons Aelius. In the Middle Ages, Newcastle’s position on the river gave it a strategic advantage, and this prompted Richard I to build a castle here, hence the name ‘New Castle.’ The castle keep still survives, though much of it was destroyed to make way for the Victorian railway that cuts through the city.
Published by MJ5446 93 months ago in History | +14 votes | 5 comments
The Spanish treasure fleet of 1622 lost many of its ships off the Florida Keys due to a hurricane. Most of the ships have been discovered and salvaged. However there remain at least three vessels that have not yet been discovered.
Published by Peter Bilton 93 months ago in History | +18 votes | 7 comments
The shipwreck of the Spanish galleon Urca De Lima was part of the 1715 treasure fleet. The galleon was one of ten ships shipwrecked on FloridaÂ’s east coast. The shipwrecks location was made an underwater preserve by the State of Florida.
Published by Peter Bilton 94 months ago in History | +13 votes | 9 comments
The Classical style was revived during the Renaissance, an explosion of art and culture that occurred mainly in Italy in the 14th and 15th centuries. Architects and patrons admired Roman architecture and revived it for their buildings. One of the greatest Renaissance architects was Andrea Palladio (1508-80), who was inspired by Roman architecture but developed his own personal style.
Published by MJ5446 94 months ago in History | +9 votes | 7 comments
Queen Anne Queen of England and Scotland. The only Queen of both England and of Scotland.
Published by Johnny Dod 94 months ago in History | +12 votes | 9 comments
When the Spanish Armada attempted to invade England in 1588, many of Spain fleeing ships were shipwrecked of the coast of Ireland and Scotland. On of the 17 shipwrecks discovered and was La Trinidad Valencera.
Published by Peter Bilton 95 months ago in History | +12 votes | 6 comments
Who invented the Theory of Relativity? A look at the history behind one of sciences most important theories.
Published by Alistair Briggs 95 months ago in History | +3 votes | 3 comments
Who was America named after? A look at the truth of how America got its name.
Published by Alistair Briggs 95 months ago in History | +1 votes | 6 comments
Witches, witch hunts and the Church. and the Carnage that followed .
Published by Johnny Dod 97 months ago in History | +4 votes | 6 comments
A pig was the cause of the bloodiest fued in American history
Published by Martha lownsberry 98 months ago in History | +1 votes | 13 comments
The romantic meaning of flowers, their language.The Victorians used flowers as symbolic words between lovers and admirers.
Published by Glynis Smy 98 months ago in History | +9 votes | 14 comments
Carbon 14 dating can date things that were once living like bone, or wood. It is not very accurate and cannot date anything more than 40000 years old.
Published by Louie Jerome 99 months ago in History | +1 votes | 2 comments
About tourism in Yucatan Chichin Itza means 'at the mouth of Itza's well'.
Published by Louie Jerome 101 months ago in History | +3 votes | 4 comments
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