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The Great Depression was the worst economic depression in United States history. It started on October 29, 1929, a day known as Black Tuesday when the stock market crashed.
Published by Sam Montana 120 months ago in History | +42 votes | 53 comments
Excalibur was the magical sword of King Arthur, and it was said to have many interesting qualities. In battle, he who wielded it would smite down all enemies, while he who held its scabbard could suffer no harm.
Published by Gregory Tarleton-Markov 101 months ago in History | +40 votes | 16 comments
facts about the Dust Bowl in the 1930s. When it started and how it affected so many people.
Published by Sam Montana 120 months ago in History | +40 votes | 89 comments
You might laugh at beer ads today, but there was a time you could not buy beer or alcohol in the US. It was prohibition.
Published by Sam Montana 85 months ago in History | +35 votes | 20 comments
There was a time in the United States when knowing what time it is, was very confusing.
Published by Sam Montana 102 months ago in History | +35 votes | 18 comments
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 98 months ago in History | +31 votes | 11 comments
The Industrial Revolution from 1760 to 1830 was to make the greatest influence to everyday life of the people of this Earth
Published by Johnny Dod 96 months ago in History | +28 votes | 9 comments
Halloween is looming and for many it is a time to have fun, for others it is a tradition but how long has it been around and what is the Hallow night really all about?
Published by lisa leverton 99 months ago in History | +28 votes | 11 comments
A lot happened in the first decade of the 21st century. Unfortunately it was a depressing and dismal decade with a lot of history.
Published by Sam Montana 95 months ago in History | +27 votes | 12 comments
The story behind the song "Here we go round the Mulberry Bush" and a look at the fruit of the Mulberry bush.
Published by Johnny Dod 99 months ago in History | +27 votes | 9 comments
Beneath the streets of Paris lies a network of subterranean tunnels known as the Catacombs of Paris. This underground labyrinth holds a dark secret; the winding tunnels are cluttered with the bones of thousands of dead taken from the cemeteries of Paris. Organized towards the end of the 18th century in a renovated section of the cityÂ’s vast network of subterranean tunnels and caverns, the Catacombs are collectively known as lÂ’Ossuaire Municipal or Municipal Ossuary. The Catacombs cover a...
Published by MJ5446 102 months ago in History | +26 votes | 22 comments
The US Space Shuttle is down to its final few flights. The space shuttle has been flying for 29 years now and is coming to a close. The Shuttle Program has accomplished much in these 29 years.
Published by Sam Montana 104 months ago in History | +26 votes | 16 comments
All holy books (Torah, Bible, Koran) of Jewish, Christianity, and Islam, stated that Adam and Eve were the first humans created by God to dwell on earth. Pilgrims from all over the world used to visit the grave of Eve in Jeddah and supplicate to her.
Published by Abdel-moniem El-Shorbagy 92 months ago in History | +24 votes | 21 comments
Y Ddraig Goch, the Red Dragon, features prominently throughout history - appearing in the King Arthur legends, as various battle standards and on the Welsh flag. But from where did it come from?
Published by Gregory Tarleton-Markov 102 months ago in History | +24 votes | 9 comments
In 1922, the tomb of Tutankhamun was discovered by the archaeologist Howard Carter. This was a major event in the history of taste and provoked a craze for Egyptian artefacts, which is sometimes known as ‘Egyptomania’ or ‘Tutmania’. The craze affected cinema, fashion, jewellery and architecture. In particular, the exquisite artefacts of Ancient Egypt were among the major influences on the Art Deco style of design.
Published by MJ5446 102 months ago in History | +24 votes | 9 comments
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