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We aim to help our readers learn about historical events and famous people, as well as to raise people’s awareness about history and other global issues. Our team is always ready to undertake any project, no matter how challenging.


We post content related to history, historical events, public figures, biography, science & technology, world wars etc. We are also interested in all kinds of inspiring and encouraging stories through history.


We care about the human history and other world issues and want to contribute to unveil the mysteries of the past. We promote these values and share information that can help our readers learn about history!

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The amazing human mind has no ending. Many years of human evolution has so many little pieces which we will try to put them in order.


The amazing human mind has no ending. Many years of human evolution has so many little pieces which we will try to put them in order.


World wars have left their marks worldwide and we have a lot to learn about our history and how far the human mind can go.


Human civilization has made enormous steps on the path of technological and scientific advances through history.


Outstanding people have shaped the course of history with their knowledge and creative genius, and we still enjoy their greatness up to this day.


The magnificent creations from the past still mesmerize our eye and imagination, bringing a breath of bygone days to the hectic modern world.


History is not a problem to be solved , but a reality to be experienced.

Long before Chris Kyle penned “American Sniper,” Carlos Hathcock was already a legend.He taught himself to shoot as a boy, just like Alvin York and Audie Murphy before him. Carlos Hathcock dreamed of being a U.S. Marine his whole life and enlisted in 1959 at just 17 years old. Hathcock was an excellent sharpshooter by......

For many years, these bizarre buildings on the isolated southern tip of Marco Island in Cape Romano, Florida, were a bit of a mystery. Some locals and abandoned explorers thought it might have been the community home belonging to a secret cult while other rumors went as far as claiming they had been left behind......

Rising from the water like rusty invaders out of H.G. Wells, the Maunsell sea forts in the Thames Estuary are decaying reminders of the darkest days of World War II. Part of the Thames Estuary defense network, the anti-aircraft tower-forts were constructed in 1942, with each fort consisting of a cluster of seven stilted buildings surrounding......

The opening of Operation Long Jump takes readers inside a meeting between Franklin Roosevelt, Joseph Stalin, and Winston Churchill, held at the British Embassy in Tehran in 1943. The purpose of the summit: how to rid the world of Adolf Hitler. But before the trio of leaders and their senior military advisors can come up......

George Washington (1732-99) was commander in chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War (1775-83) and served two terms as the first U.S. president, from 1789 to 1797. The son of a prosperous planter, Washington was raised in colonial Virginia. As a young man, he worked as a surveyor then fought in the......

Once the largest library in the ancient world, and containing works by the greatest thinkers and writers of antiquity, including Homer, Plato, Socrates and much more, the Library of Alexandria, northern Egypt, is popularly believed to have been destroyed in a huge fire around 2000 years ago and its voluminous works lost. Since its destruction,......

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