Articles on History and Historical Events

Has history always fascinated you? Do you find yourself thinking about past events? History has a way of unraveling itself, to understand it you need to be well informed about the events that governed the past and were instrumental in creating the future as you know it today. In this section you will information about wars, historians, famous speeches as well other events in history.
History is filled with tales of valor, sacrifice, love and pain. There are many women in history who have made a valuable contribution. Read on to know about these famous women.
How much information do you have about the Vietnam War? Are you filled with a desire to gather more knowledge about this war? This page is full of facts about the Vietnam War each more interesting than the last.
Ancient Roman civilization is one of the most cherished chapters in the book of history. Its depth and vastness is unmatched. Read on to learn more about the ancient Roman society, the culture and way of life.
The wars end but the story of malevolence continues! As history says, the aftermaths of the First World War laid the foundation for the Second World War.
Who would believe that Olympics, a leading international event came into being as a small scale religious event in ancient Greece? Time has seen the growth of the event that initiated in Greece to become so enormous today that almost every nation is a part of it.
World War 1, a war which happened just to end wars in future, in reality set the spark for another one. World war I began in the year 1914 and lasted almost till 1919.
The World War 1 marked the beginning of a ruthless devastation and The World War 2 caused further wreckage like never before even in the first World War.
The Vietnam War is one of the many blood thirsty outbreaks that resulted because of the cold war between the two super powers, the United States and the Soviet Union. Following is a brief summary of the Vietnam war.
Cameras have assisted to redesign our history for the reason that we can really observe photos of events that have already happened. We can get an improved thought of events with the help of still photos and videos, too. The proverb "A picture is worth a thousand words" is not really in the distance from the manner that cameras have assisted to transform the way in which we observe our globe and our environs.
This article will guide you through the meaning of Genocide, it's legal interpretation and the associated history.
When the majority people reflect upon ancient Rome, they imagine about the implausible Coliseum; the imposing elliptical amphitheater that was a fundamental part of Roman civilization. The setting where gladiators wrestled and crowds applauded. While this is factual, there's a lot more beyond this to the Coliseum than simply an arena. Let's explore!
Genghis Khan was a great warrior and a leader and during his reign the Mongol Empire stretched from the Sea of Japan to the Caspian Sea. He was criticized for his cruelty but even then he is largely revered in Mongol for his supremacy and intelligence. This article will give you a glimpse into the life of Genghis Khan - The Khan of the Mongols.
Read on to know all the facts about Thomas Jefferson who was the third president of United States of America and one of the most important person behind the drafting of the Declaration of Independence.
Henry Ford was instrumental in revolutionizing the transportation industry with the advent of Ford Motor Company. Read on to know some great quotations by Henry Ford himself.
Diana, Princess of Wales, was a lady of substance, a human being loved and respected all over the world. Here is the biography of Diana, for you to read.
Marie Sklodowska Curie, one of the most famous woman scientists was responsible for the discovery of radium and polonium. Marie was also responsible for pioneering the radioactivity theory. Know more about the life of Marie and her discoveries.
Marie Sklodowska Curie was a famous scientist who discovered radium and polonium and pioneered the radioactivity theory. Read quotes by Marie Curie.
Trotula from Salerno, Italy, was a scientist instrumental in bringing a lot of women issues to light in the 11th and 12th century.

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