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by DebW07
5 years ago
14 Fascinating Stories from 2014

Some of the most fascinating stories from 2014 include shocking allegations, deals, and deaths. 

History
by RLoftis4
5 years ago
The 10th Anniversary of Barack Obama's Democratic Convention Keynote Address

A look back at Barack Obama's keynote address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention, which made the unknown Senate candidate a national star.

History
by Stefan Collins
5 years ago
Notable Living Hakka People

The world's half-dozen most prominent Hakka men and women.

History
by DebW07
5 years ago
Book Review: Decision Points by George W. Bush

Why should you read Decision Points by former President George W. Bush? Because you probably don't know the real story. 

History
by Wesman_Todd_Shaw
5 years ago
Nathaniel Philip Rothschild, The Rising Star

Meet Nat Rothschild. He's sometimes thought to be "the richest Rothschild," but of course no one can prove just how much money any of them are worth. While other people in the world are starving and homeless, Nat is buying an 80 million dollar yacht because his guest house at his vacation home is too small. Nat Rothschild, poster boy for a culture in decline.

History
by Wesman_Todd_Shaw
5 years ago
Jacob Rothschild, Fourth Baron Rothschild, International Gangster

One of the three patriarchs of the current Rothschild family, Jacob Rothschild has never once in his life known what it was like to ever want anything, anything but more wealth, more power, and more control for his obscenely wealthy family. When it comes to persons with so much wealth no official numbers can possibly be presented for it all, Jacob Rothschild must be included on the short list. �The list is mostly populated by persons with the same surname as him, and then just a few others. �When...

History
by IBOriginals
5 years ago
A Year in Review - 13 Major Events of 2013

It is that time of year again where the winter holidays mark the end of yet another year. Before toasting to 2014, it is time for reflection on the year that has already come to pass. 2013 was a year of highs and lows, deaths and births, just like any other year yet unique in its own way. When the ball drops and the bell tolls on midnight, the events of this year will just be another page in a long and colored book that stories the history of the world.

History
by Educateurself
6 years ago
Universal Ideologies

There are many ideologies in the world. Among all ideologies each of them have a distinct identity. You might say that it is their feature which distinguish them from each other.

History
by Kaden01
6 years ago
Slender Man

The Slender Man became a household legend due to a barrage of information from creepypasta websites, but is there a kernel of truth in the myth or is it all a urban legend? This article will explore the legends, folklore, and alleged connections to historical creatures. Perhaps Slender Man is real and if he is then none of us are safe.

History
by trufflehunter
6 years ago
10 Strange Laws from Around the World

It's no secret that people around the world do the strangest things. Hence, equally strange and sometimes, downright dumb laws were created to regulate this behavior. Although one wonders whether some of these laws are actually too dumb to even exist.

History
by MrRooibos
6 years ago
The Reign of Terror: The American Government's Abuse of Power (Part 2)

An analysis of the way in which the American government abused it's power following the September 11 terrorist attacks.

History
by Bronwyn Joy Hansen
6 years ago
The Saints of Cairns - Harald Falge And SLYC

Harald Falge has touched the lives of thousands of Australians. Despite this, he is largely unknown outside his adopted home town of Cairns, Queensland.

History
by Cant_Deny_Ambition
6 years ago
Humanity: The Fastest Spreading Viral Infection on the Planet

A List of the Most Ridiculous Practices Carried out by Mankind

History
by MrRooibos
6 years ago
The Reign of Terror: The American Government's Abuse of Power (Part 1)

An analysis of the way in which the American government abused it's power following the September 11 terrorist attacks.

History
by MrRooibos
6 years ago
The End of Gaddafi: The Libyan Revolution

An overview of the Libyan Revolution of 2011

History
by jackc101
6 years ago
Loss of the Kowloon Bridge

Documenting the Sinking of the MV Kowloon Bridge on the South West Coast of the Republic of Ireland on December 1986

History
by daliag12
6 years ago
The Rise of the Modern Museum

The museum as we know it today is a product of the efforts of nineteenth British social reformers seeking to improve quality of life and regulate the behavior of the growing working class. While the specific goals of the museum have changed since the 1800s the principles of social equality, morality, history, and education remain the core of what has become a cultural institution.

History
by Bohica
6 years ago
The Real G.I. Joes - What Does An American Soldier Carry in His Backpack

The 21st century American soldier carries a high tech backpack known s q MOLLE. While it may look like an ordinary backpack, the MOdular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment(MOLLE) carried by the American infantryman is actually a carefully conceived, meticulously manufactured and indisputably necessary piece of military equipment.

History
by textbookgeek
7 years ago
Banksy Graffiti in Paris

Paris is certainly the center or artistic expression, and the evidence or Banksy graffiti have been all over the city. This city also embraces street art by setting aside graffiti areas, no wonder the world's most popular guerilla artist living today felt the urge to visit the city, back in 2004.

History
by R Morgan
7 years ago
Russia and the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea

The arctic States are scrambling to lay claim to the largest undiscovered oil reserves in the world located below the Arctic Ocean. Russia specifically has a large claim and has been devoting massive resources to mapping this area. The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is a key treaty to delineating these claims. This article seeks to help you better understand Russia and UNCLOS

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