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What really happened: The Tragedy of Texas Tower 4

On January 15, 1961, the United States coastguard raced through the darkness toward a small tower 84 miles southeast of New York City. There, 28 team members of Texas Tower 4 were waiting desperately to be evacuated from their station. As huge swells and high winds pounded the hull of the ship, their radios got […]

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Innovations during Industrial Revolution Era

INNOVATION AND INDUSTRIALIZATION Textile Industry The textile market, in particular, was transformed by industrialization. Before mechanization and factories, textiles were made in individuals’ houses (triggering the term home market), with merchants often supplying the raw materials and fundamental devices, and after that picking up the completed item. Employees set their schedules under this system, which […]

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The Assassination of Dr. King

Short background of the King’s assassination Just after 6 p.m. on April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. is fatally shot while standing on the veranda outside his second-story room at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. The civil liberties leader remained in Memphis to support a sanitation workers’ strike and was on his method […]

Remembering Martin Luther King

Today, 50 years ago, Martin Luther King died Martin Luther King Jr. is shot to death at a hotel in Memphis, Tennessee. A single shot fired by James Earl Ray from over 200 feet away at a nearby motel struck King in the neck. He died an hour later at St. Joseph’s Hospital. The death […]

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Looking back to the Industrial Revolution

The Beginning of the Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution took place during 18th to 19th centuries, was a period throughout which primarily agrarian, rural societies in Europe and America became industrial and city. Before the Industrial Revolution, which started in Britain in the late 1700s, production was often performed in people’s houses, using hand tools or […]

Christmas Truce of 1914

Christmas Truce because of the Christmas Song Silent Night

In 1818, Christmas Eve the carol “Stille Nacht! Heilige Nacht” was heard for the first time in a town church in Oberndorf, Austria. The congregation at that Midnight Mass in St. Nicholas Church listened as the voices of the assistant pastor, Father Joseph Mohr, and the choir director, Franz Xaver Gruber, sounded through the church […]

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1942: Second Fight of El Alamein

What happened to 1942: Second Fight of El Alamein This battle marked the turning point in the North African project. The only terrific tank battle won by the British Commonwealth forces without direct American involvement. However, an American presence was most felt by 300 Sherman tanks (for a total of 547 tanks) shipped quickly to […]

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IRAQ War Lesson

Remembering the most importamt IRAQ War Lesson March 2012 marks the 14th anniversary of the United States intrusion of Iraq. Despite your views on the knowledge of that choice, it’s reasonable to state that the outcomes were not exactly what many Americans anticipated. Now that the war is formally over fourteen years ago and many […]

What is The Fu-Go Balloon Bomb?

It’s the Westerners who are remembered for developing some of the most innovative and conceptual weapons of the Second World War. But when it concerned experimental military innovations, Japan suffered from no shortage of ideas. Here is the main Bomb you should know, The Fu-Go Balloon Bomb As the Nazis were lobbying V2 rockets over […]

American Civil War Spies

American Civil War Spies There were a variety of spies who acted separately of any company. These were frequently patriotic females looking for some method to assist the war effort of their federal government. Both federal governments likewise recruited and organized their spy rings to penetrate and report on opponent activity. Among the most famous […]