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The Oldest International Treaty in History

The Oldest International Treaty in History

The Treaty of Kadesh is a peace treaty agreed upon by Ramesses II and Muwattalli after the first ground battle in history between the two great powers of Egypt and Hittites in 1274 BCE. This peace agreement is recognized as the oldest international treaty based on the...

The Impact of Women Leaders in 21st-Century Politics

The Impact of Women Leaders in 21st-Century Politics

In recent years, the world has seen more women stepping up as leaders in politics. These women are presidents, prime ministers, and lawmakers who are making a big difference in their countries. They are changing the way governments work and showing that women can lead...

History Thesis Writing

History Thesis Writing

Writing an essay for a history course requires constructing an argument. Even a paper that seems straightforward, such as comparing colonial New England to Virginia, is actually driven by an argument. A good topic is one that challenges historians' current debates and...

Would The US Military Survive A Nuclear War? 

Would The US Military Survive A Nuclear War? 

Ever since the first atomic weapon was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan in 1945 people have wondered what would happen to themselves, their nation, and their military if another weapon was used. Seeing people quickly turned to dust in an atomic explosion and large swarths...

12 Green Reasons to Invest in an Electric Bike

12 Green Reasons to Invest in an Electric Bike

Electric bikes are quickly becoming a popular choice for those looking to reduce their environmental footprint while navigating daily life. Thanks to technological improvements and growing concern about the environment, electric bikes provide a handy and eco-friendly...

Custom Ornaments: Individual Designs by HAFTINAUSA

Custom Ornaments: Individual Designs by HAFTINAUSA

Ornate garments – from art to sacred elegance  The ornate, being the key product proposed by HAFTINAUSA, is not just a part of liturgy, but also a work of art. Each ornate is created with attention to elements, making it unique. In HAFTINAUSA's assortment,...

The Oldest Complete Musical Composition: Song of Seikilos 

The Oldest Complete Musical Composition: Song of Seikilos 

“The song of Seikilos” is one of oldest surviving epitaphs of a complete musical composition, along with musical notation known to date. The lyrics and the musical notes of this song were found engraved on a tombstone around the ancient city of Tralleis in Aydın-...

The Dutch Traded Manhattan For What?

The Dutch Traded Manhattan For What?

The incredible true story about how the Dutch gave up the capital of the world Today, Manhattan is one of the economic powerhouses of the world, but in 1667, the Dutch bet against it. Their losing bet not only affected world history, but the history of America and the...

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In Ancient Greece, Wearing Skirts was Manly

In Ancient Greece, Wearing Skirts was Manly

During the vibrant era of ancient Greece, spanning from the archaic to the classical periods, which stretched approximately from 800 to 323 BC, the attire of both men and women reflected a distinctive cultural and sartorial identity. Contrary to modern perceptions,...

Traveling The Dangerous Darien Gap

Traveling The Dangerous Darien Gap

Every parent wants a better life for their children than they had. Unfortunately, for many immigrants around the world, especially those in South American Latin America, that is impossible. Immigrants want their nations to provide them with better nutrients,...

Escaping Slavery On The Maritime Underground Railroad

Escaping Slavery On The Maritime Underground Railroad

Slavery has left an indelible mark upon American history and its effects are still felt today. Many are familiar with the Underground Railroad which crisscrossed the lands of America taking enslaved people to freedom, but there is an additional lesser known, but still...

Enhancing Mobile Experience: The Impact of Proxies

Enhancing Mobile Experience: The Impact of Proxies

With the new presence of security risks due to the ever-changing background of mobile technology, more people are starting to prefer the use of proxies. There has been a high increase in their use within personal computers, but it is very important that the world also...

During World War I, the French Built a “Fake Paris”

During World War I, the French Built a “Fake Paris”

In a clever ploy during World War I, the French government devised a plan to deceive the German air force. Engineers were tasked with constructing a replica of Paris, strategically positioned just a few kilometers away from the real city. This decoy Paris was...

Turkeys were once worshiped as Gods

Turkeys were once worshiped as Gods

Indeed, turkeys held a significant role in the religious beliefs of the ancient Maya civilization. According to Maya tradition, turkeys were revered as sacred creatures, believed to possess special abilities granted to them by the gods. As messengers of the divine...

Queen Elizabeth II was never supposed to be queen

Queen Elizabeth II was never supposed to be queen

Queen Elizabeth II's journey to the throne was anything but conventional. Born as Princess Elizabeth, she was the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York, living a relatively normal life far removed from the pressures of royal duty. With two older brothers ahead of...

Rats killed over 75 million Europeans in the Middle Ages

Rats killed over 75 million Europeans in the Middle Ages

In the mid-1300s, humanity faced one of its darkest chapters: the Black Death. This devastating outbreak of bubonic plague ravaged vast regions, claiming the lives of an estimated 75 to 200 million people. The toll was particularly severe in Europe, where 30 to 60% of...

The Real-Life “Suicide Squad” Who Saved Europe 30 Years Ago

Somehow they managed to survive

Where Is the Garden of Eden Located Today?

What happened to this heavenly land from ancient history?

The Woman Who Was Pregnant for 12 Months

3 months later than usual

Who Actually Discovered America?

Columbus wasn’t the first European to step foot on America

Descent into Madness: William Utermohlen Documented Battle Against Alzheimer’s

A battle described through art

The Day 400 Million People Became Free

One of the most important days in history

10 of the Biggest Robberies in History

Some people stole more than the net worth of some countries

Salazar: The Forgotten Dictator

The 20th-century Dictator

The First Expedition To Reach the Top of the World

Discovery of the North Pole

The Myth of Black People Not Feeling Pain Is Still Believed to This Day

Medical students across the world are still being taught this myth besides other racial lies

Letters Depicting the Horrors Lived by Prisoners Inside Soviet Gulags

Gulag, a word with thousands of horrors behind it

Why Hasn’t America Learned Anything From American History X?

The Philosophy of Hate

The Day 400 Million People Became Free

One of the most important days in history

The 2000 Year Old Ice Machine in the Desert

How a lost civilization used to create ice in the middle of the desert

The Tragic Story Behind the Most Kissed Girl in the World

Not a Romantic history

The Real-Life “Suicide Squad” Who Saved Europe 30 Years Ago

Somehow they managed to survive

Where Is the Garden of Eden Located Today?

What happened to this heavenly land from ancient history?

The Woman Who Was Pregnant for 12 Months

3 months later than usual

Who Actually Discovered America?

Columbus wasn’t the first European to step foot on America

Descent into Madness: William Utermohlen Documented Battle Against Alzheimer’s

A battle described through art

The First Expedition To Reach the Top of the World

Discovery of the North Pole

The Myth of Black People Not Feeling Pain Is Still Believed to This Day

Medical students across the world are still being taught this myth besides other racial lies

Letters Depicting the Horrors Lived by Prisoners Inside Soviet Gulags

Gulag, a word with thousands of horrors behind it

Why Hasn’t America Learned Anything From American History X?

The Philosophy of Hate

The Day 400 Million People Became Free

One of the most important days in history

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