21NOV 2017
World War One gas masks

World War One gas masks

Citation: C N Trueman Gas masks in World War One historylearningsite.co.uk. The History Learning Site, 31 Mar 2015. 19 Feb 2016. Gas masks used in World War One were made as a result of poison gas attacks that took the Allies in the trenches on the Western Front by surprise. Early gas masks were crude as would be expected as no-one had thought that poison gas would ever be used…

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15NOV 2017
Vietnam War Uniforms

Vietnam War Uniforms

The Homecoming for Vietnam Veterans Here we are, almost forty years after the end of the Vietnam War, reminiscing on Facebook and other social websites about those experiences we endured in a war so long ago. As we age, many of those memories have faded away, others, were purposely buried, destined to…
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09NOV 2017
American sports History Timeline

American sports History Timeline

1979 – Graduated the first two Master of Sport Science degree students, who were in Sports Medicine and who were both women. They were Carmen Charnook-Cellon, whose first job was as an athletic trainer with the U.S. Secret Service, and Viki Ray, who became the head athletic trainer for women’s sports…

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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03NOV 2017
Meaning of Louisiana Purchase

Meaning of Louisiana Purchase

Was the enormous land deal in which the United States, during the administration of Thomas Jefferson, purchased territory from France comprising the present day American Midwest The significance of the Louisiana Purchase was enormous. In one stroke the United States doubled its size. The acquisition of land made westward expansion feasible. And the deal with France guaranteed that…

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28OCT 2017
Information about the War

Information about the War

ONE of the key characters in Victor Pelevin s marvellous 2008 short story, The Hall of the Singing Caryatids”, is described as a “political technologist”. The story concerns a bizarre scheme he has hatched to lure back to Russia an oligarch who owes his billions to the commercial exploitation of military neuro-linguistic programming techniques. Like much of Mr Pelevin s work…

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22OCT 2017
Surprise attack on Pearl Harbor

Surprise attack on Pearl Harbor

REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Art Cashin Every day Art Cashin (the “Dean of the NYSE” and an iconic figure at UBS) writes a market note and starts it with a history lesson and a personal comment. We will quote him twice herein and wish him well publicly since we are not be able to attend the annual holiday well-wishing in NY with the Friends of Fermentation (FOF). On December 8, Art…

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16OCT 2017
Harry Truman Manhattan Project

Harry Truman Manhattan Project

Harry Truman became president of the United States on April 12, 1945 upon the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt. During Truman s presidency Germany surrendered (May 8, 1945) and Japan surrendered (Aug. 14, 1945), ending World War II. The U.S., with Truman s approval, dropped an atomic bomb on the people of Hiroshima on Aug. 6 and one on Nagasaki on Aug. 9, 1945. As more information…

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10OCT 2017
Who won the Revolutionary War?

Who won the Revolutionary War?

The Fourth of July—a time we Americans set aside to celebrate our independence and mark the war we waged to achieve it, along with the battles that followed. There was the War of 1812, the War of 1833, the First Ohio-Virginia War, the Three States War, the First Black Insurrection, the Great War, the Second Black Insurrection, the Atlantic War, the Florida Intervention. Confused?…

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04OCT 2017
Acts that led to the American Revolution

Acts that led to the American Revolution

John Trumbull’s painting Declaration of Independence is a classic depiction of history being made. From John Adams to Benjamin Franklin, all the key players appear to be in attendance. But are they? In depicting only well-to-do white men, Trumbull ignored something like 95 percent of the people who participated in the American Revolution. Indians, slaves, small farmers, and women…

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28SEP 2017
World War Two artifacts

World War Two artifacts

Check out these 10 amazing stories about WWII artifacts, which are still being uncovered 70 years later. Postcard from a Soldier s Parents Finally Arrives at Their Former Home A postcard that was mailed nearly 70 years ago from an army medical hospital in Rockford, Illinois has finally arrived at the former upstate New York home of the couple who sent it. While stationed at Camp…

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