22SEP 2017
American Civil War and Abraham Lincoln

American Civil War and Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln in 1865. (National Archives) Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth President of the United States, was born near Hodgenville, Kentucky on February 12, 1809. His family moved to Indiana when he was seven and he grew up on the edge of the frontier. He had very little formal education, but read voraciously when not working on his father’s farm. A childhood friend later recalled…

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16SEP 2017
Pearl Harbor bombing date

Pearl Harbor bombing date

A view of the USS ARIZONA burning after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on December 7, 1941. Reuters The USS SHAW explodes during the Japanese raid on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7, 1941. Reuters This captured Japanese photograph shows the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December…
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10SEP 2017
Aftermath of the American Civil War

Aftermath of the American Civil War

| Overview | Object List | Search Part 1: | The Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 freed African Americans in rebel states, and after the Civil War, the Thirteenth Amendment emancipated all U.S. slaves wherever they were. As a result, the mass of Southern blacks now faced the difficulty Northern blacks…

Now in India, you can find bunch event management companies in mumbai, Craftworld Events is one of them who provide best corporate event planning service to their customer.

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04SEP 2017
Facts about landing on the moon

Facts about landing on the moon

This year is the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, the first time humans walked on the moon. The iconic imagery and audio from the mission is certainly seared into humankind’s collective consciousness, but there are a handful of side stories from the mission that are often overlooked. Here are some of the historical anecdotes that will change the way you remember man’s…

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03SEP 2017
World War One Museum Kansas City

World War One Museum Kansas City

Liberty Memorial Tower The Liberty Memorial Tower rises 217 feet above the main courtyard and 268 feet above the North Lawn. The cylindrical tower is 36 feet in diameter at its base, tapering to 28 feet at the top. Guests can take an elevator followed by 45 stairs to the open-air observation deck for a breathtaking view of the Kansas City skyline. At night, a Flame of Inspiration…

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02SEP 2017
First moon landing facts for Kids

First moon landing facts for Kids

Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, has died. He was 82 years old. Armstrong was an American astronaut and the commander of the Apollo 11 spacecraft on its mission to put men on the moon. Apollo 11 was launched on July 16, 1969, and began orbiting the moon three days later. On July 20, Armstrong and his co-pilot, astronaut Edwin E. “Buzz” Aldrin, took off from Apollo…

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01SEP 2017
Moon landing date and time

Moon landing date and time

Mission Overview The Apollo 11 mission was the eleventh in a series of flights using Apollo flight hardware and was the first lunar landing of the Apollo Program. It was also the fifth manned flight of the command and service modules and the third flight of the lunar module. The purpose of the mission was to perform a manned lunar landing and return safely to Earth. EVENT DATE &…

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31AUG 2017
Abraham Lincoln bodyguard

Abraham Lincoln bodyguard

One of the many unsolved mysteries regarding Abraham Lincoln s assassination is the story of John F. Parker. Parker, a member of Washington s Metropolitan Police Force, was assigned as Mr. Lincoln s bodyguard the night of the shooting. However, Parker s chair outside the State Box at Ford s Theatre was vacant most of the evening. Nowadays, leaving the president unguarded is unconscionable…

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30AUG 2017
Effects after World War II

Effects after World War II

War s long-term effects Soldiers not only suffered on the battlefield. Veterans often needed long-term care owing to the physical and psychological impact of war. The close proximity of people in wartime conditions meant diseases such as could easily spread. The exertion of battle could highlight other health problems including and heart conditions. Some conditions such as, an infection…

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29AUG 2017
Essay about World War 2

Essay about World War 2

World War II was the central event of the twentieth century. It involved all six major continents, all three of the great oceans on the planet, scores of countries, and billions of people. It caused 57 million deaths and unimaginable human suffering. It brought about the redrawing of national boundaries in Europe and Asia, forced the relocation of many ethnic groups, made millions…

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