25MAY 2024
Important years in History

Important years in History

Sharing (content) is caring… that is if you and your team are complying with copyright laws. But when was the last time you sat your team down for training? At first glance, that number doesn’t impress. But if you start multiplying 11 by all your employees, influencers, loyal customers and all of their followers who publicly retweet, link to or favorite your content, the number…

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21MAY 2024
Why did the Industrial Revolution Began?

Why did the Industrial Revolution Began?

“Nations exist not only as functions of a particular kind of territorial state or the aspiration to establish one … but also in the context of a particular stage of technological and economic development” – Eric Hobsbawm The breakthrough in development that we call the industrial revolution was closely…
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17MAY 2024
First American Civil War

First American Civil War

Tuesday, the first full trailer for dropped, setting Marvel fans into a furious frenzy of Phase 3 analysis and speculation. Have you watched the trailer in its entirety yet? OK, okay. Here it is again. But as soon as we hit that triple-hero battle in the final frames of this glorious Civil War trailer…
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13MAY 2024
All about World War 2

All about World War 2

In the world of fiction, World War II is well-trod territory. Author Anthony Doerr will freely admit that. There are so many books written about the war, supposedly if you drop them on Germany it would cover the whole country,he jokes. He even says that he worried about that as he was writing his new…
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09MAY 2024
Lewis and Clark route map

Lewis and Clark route map

Map Details: Missoula, MT - Clarkston, WA (243 miles) Product Code BC-4006 Brand Adventure Cycling Association Price $15.75 Section 6 of the Lewis & Clark Bicycle Trail can be broken into two segments based on the corps multidirectional travels. Missoula, Montana, to Clarkston, Washington, is a continuation of Lewis and Clark s 1804 travels westbound. The Blackfoot Option…

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05MAY 2024
World War One Recruitment Posters

World War One Recruitment Posters

In 1914 Lord Kitchener introduced voluntary enlistment to expand the British forces. Professor Peter Simkins explains why and how this initiative so successfully recruited large numbers of men at the beginning of World War One. The rapid and unprecedented expansion of Britain’s land forces in 1914-1915 was a gigantic act of national improvisation which helped to create not only…

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01MAY 2024
Louisiana Purchase importance

Louisiana Purchase importance

Napoleon Bonaparte of France was engaged in wars on numerous fronts in Europe and was running short of money to fund his military campaigns. When Napoleon assessed options for gaining funds, he recognized that the United States had developed top-rated credit in world markets. He found an opportunity to offer the United States substantial French territory in North America for significant…

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22APR 2024
Most important events in US History

Most important events in US History

The second world war was the most horrible thing that has ever happen to humanity, in this war soldiers belonging to 30 different were at war including many major countries such as Japan, china, united kingdom, united states, France, Canada, Australia, Germany, Iraq and many more. The only result was the death, poverty hunger and complete destruction. United States was also a part…

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18APR 2024
Movie the Manhattan Project

Movie the Manhattan Project

During the summer of 1964, Buster Keaton and Samuel Beckett collaborated making a black and white, avant garde, nearly silent short movie entitled Film. Keaton, who is seen only from the rear, plays a man attempting to evade perception, eluding everyone except himself. It was Beckett’s only screenplay, and one of Keaton’s final films. Production began on July 20, 1964, by filming…

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