Russian Revolution Facts
A compilation of some interesting facts about the Russian Revolution which show how it changed the course of history for the entire world.
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Dominican Republic History
This write-up is a very brief chronology of the events that occurred in the history of the Dominican Republic. Here goes...
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Comparison of Expansionism and Imperialism
Comparison of expansionism and imperialism
Both expansionism and imperialism are interlinked and project ulterior motives of a dominant nation. Buzzle provides an interesting analysis of expansionism vs. imperialism.
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Shortest Wars in History
The shortest war in history was between England and Zanzibar
It would be safe to say that fighting has been synonymous with the human race ever since its existence. We've fought for survival, and we've fought for pride. But the wars featured in this article have garnered fame not for what...
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Operation Ajax (1953): Summary and Significance
Operation Ajax (1953) significance
In August 1953, the United States CIA and British MI6 carried out a coup against Mohammad Mossadegh's democratic government in Iran. The code name that was given by the CIA for this coup was Operation Ajax.
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Top 10 Historical Events That Changed the World
Death toll of Hiroshima Nagasaki bombings
Some are sudden and unseen, some planned and manipulated, but certain historical events have a long-lasting impact on the entire world. Here is brief information on events of historical importance and their effect on the world.
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Causes and Effects of the Korean War
Fact about Korean War
The Korean war started on the 25th of June, 1950 and lasted three years till an armistice was declared on the 27th of July, 1953. It resulted in the death of three million people and caused massive destruction of property. The...
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Counterculture of 1960s'
You must have heard about the great counterculture of 1960s' that changed the thinking of the world forever. Read all about this movement in the article coming up.
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Historical Time Periods
The following article attempts to cover some of the important historical time periods of the world that has helped shape the world today. Continue reading for more information related to history by period.
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History of Peaceful Protests
Although nonviolent revolutions and protests are rare in the course of human history, they have become an equally important weapon, especially after a few key historical events that set the stage for peaceful resistance. Today,...
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Treaty of Paris, 1783
Do you know why the Treaty of Paris was signed, what its various terms were, and what it signified? This article will tell you all about this treaty, which was signed between the United States and Britain in 1783.
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Treaty of Paris 1763
The Treaty of Paris 1763 ended the Seven Years' war between the French and the English. If you would like to know what this treaty signified, then this article will give you all the information about it.
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Treaty of Paris 1898
The 1898 Treaty of Paris brought the American-Spanish War to an end, and is regarded as an important milestone in American history.
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Kellogg-Briand Pact
A summary of the Kellogg-Briand Pact, which will take you back to 1928 in a bid to explain what this pact was all about and which countries signed it.
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History of Afghanistan
Join us as we follow the amazing history of Afghanistan to find out how things have changed in this war-torn nation. It is bound to amaze you, as you will realize that there is much more to know about this country, which is more...
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What is the Balfour Declaration?
This article describes what exactly was the motive behind the Balfour Declaration and why it was subject to so many controversies.
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Secret Societies
People may form clandestine organizations or secret societies to maintain, preserve or safeguard information. Their members may even strive to further their private goals. Know more about such organizations that have intrigued...
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Kevin Barry
On 1 November 1920, disregarding the overwhelming appeals for clemency from an international assortment of influential organizations, political groups, newspapers and individuals, the British Government put to death a young soldier...
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Red Baron: The German Ace who Tempted Fate
This article will give you some information about the man supposedly known as 'The Red Baron', the German ace who tempted fate.
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Chemical Warfare: The Beginning
Fritz Haber originally started the Chemical Warfare in 1914. This article discusses how it proceeded from there into the World War I, what chemicals were used, and how it affected the soldiers.
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Biggest Diamond Heists in History
Diamond heist at Antwerp Diamond Center 2003
What's not to love about glittery diamonds? I would love to own lots of them, especially if they are intricately embedded in a necklace or ring. But since these rocks are way out of reach for most of us, an audacious and a quick...
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Top 10 Evil Women in History
The reason for notoriety of Queen Mary I
Tales of the most evil women in history still manage to shock everyone due to the ruthlessness of the crimes. Here are some thrilling stories of the world's top ten women in history, who have committed evil - for money, power,...
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Famous Assassinations in World History
Effect of assassination of Juvenal Habyarimana
A lot of prominent figures have been assassinated all over the world for various reasons. Nevertheless, their impact and influence always lasts in the minds of people.
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Causes and Effects of the Fall of Constantinople
Effect of the Fall of Constantinople
The fall of Constantinople relates to the capture of the capital of the Byzantine Empire by the Ottoman Turks. The battle lasted from April 6 to May 29, 1453. This post recounts the causes which led to the war, as well as the...
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42 Interesting Facts About Tamerlane (Timur the Lame)
Fact about Timur the Lame
Timur expanded his kingdom successfully for more than 35 years of his life, which is proof of his military genius. Buzzle deals with the history of Timur the Lame, and gives you many interesting facts about his childhood, rise to...
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Top 10 Underground Cities of the World
Beijing underground city
The underground cities of the world have remained a fascination for the entire globe for several years. Some of these are fairly recent in construction, while others go back a 1,000 years in the annals of history. Here's a lowdown...
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Navigation Acts: Purpose, Summary, and Significance
Navigation Acts significance
The Navigation Acts were an indirect cause for the American Revolution. Buzzle tells you what the purpose of the Navigation Acts were, using their summary and significance.
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Camp David Accords: Summary and Significance
Camp David Accords significance
The relations between Israel and its neighboring Arab nations have been strained for many years now. This has, time and again, led to many conflicts between the Arab world and the Jewish nation. The Camp David Accords is an example...
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Do Secret Societies Really Exist?
Fact about Skull and Bones Secret Society
Secret societies always intrigue people, whenever and wherever they are spoken of. Owing to the very strong 'mystery' element in case of secret societies, their very existence is often doubted. Let's try to clear the fog, and see...
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Vasco Da Gama's Childhood
Fact about Vasco Da Gama's childhood
Vasco Da Gama, an explorer and a military naval commander, led the very first voyage from Europe to India. Facing various hazards on the way, he reached India, thus opening the direct sea route to Asia. To know about Vasco Da...
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Timeline of Vasco Da Gama
Vasco Da Gama was the first European to explore a sea-based trade route to India. He was an adventurous Portuguese navigator and a good leader. The timeline of Vasco Da Gama reveals some important events from his life.
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Facts, Timeline, and Aftermath of the 1986 Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster
Fact about 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster
An abandoned city, rusting buildings, rise in cancer and thyroid cases, deformed children and animals... we all know about the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster that took place in Ukraine more than 25 years ago. We present some of the...
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The 12 Men Who Walked on the Moon
Neil Armstrong first man to step on the Moon
After Neil Armstrong became the first man to step on the surface of the moon, eleven more astronauts followed him over the years, taking the total tally of men to have walked on the moon to 12. We will take a brief look at the...
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Historical and Recent Examples of Civil Disobedience
Civil disobedience examples
Civil disobedience has been a popular form of protest against the Government in nations all over the world since decades. Buzzle gives you some historical as well as recent examples of civil disobedience.
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Dehumanization Explained with Examples
Examples of dehumanization
Humans are social animals. At times, some people believe others to be only animals. This path of thinking is known as dehumanization. Sadly, there are many examples of dehumanization that are spread throughout human history.
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Greatest Empires in the History of the World
Expanse of the Mongol empire created by Genghis Khan
Numerous empires in the history of the world have shaped the modern world in more ways than we can imagine. This Buzzle article describes some of the largest, most powerful, and most influential empires in world history.
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Most Famous Robberies in History
Based on either the amount stolen, the media coverage given, or the method itself, I've complied the list of the biggest and most talked about robberies in history. With everything from mayhem, mystery, and deceit, these are the...
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Top 10 Inexplicable Disappearances
History is rife with unexplained disappearences, many that defy explanation and continue to baffle us. People, ships and planes have disappeared without a trace, leaving unanswered questions in their wake. The following article...
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Things You Need to Know About the Columbian Exchange
Columbian exchange meaning
Ever imagined a world without Swiss chocolate? Or even a fiery arrabiata pasta? We only have the Columbian Exchange to thank for these, being responsible for much of the transfer and exchange of crops, technology, culture, and even...
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Causes and Effects of the Three Mile Island Nuclear Disaster
Three Mile Island nuclear accident
The Three Mile Island nuclear disaster was the costliest nuclear accident in the Western Hemisphere. This Buzzle post explains the causes for this tragedy and its effects.
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What was the Purpose and Significance of the Mandate System?
Significance of the Mandate System
The ongoing Israel-Palestinian conflict began as a result of the mandate system. But why was the mandate system created? Buzzle answers this question with the help of the definition, purpose, and significance of the mandate system.
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21 Greatest Mistakes in History That You Should Know About
Fact about Mars Orbiter
Human beings have committed a number costly mistakes, some of which have literally altered the course of history. We list some of the biggest mistakes in world history.
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What is Historical Revisionism and How Does it Influence History?
Historical revision meaning
Historical revisionism pertains to the act of altering historical facts for benevolent or malevolent reasons. We examine why historical revisionism takes place, and how exactly it influences history.
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List of Famous Seconds in History
Gherman Stepanovich Titov - second man in space
History notes all the first happenings, along with the first ones who made them happen. But what about the seconds? They are as much important as the firsts. Take a look at this list of famous 'seconds' brought to you by Buzzle.
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Interesting Facts About the Catacombs of Paris
Fact about the Catacombs of Paris
An extensive network of tunnels run unnoticed under the city of light and love, some parts of which are lined to the ceilings with human skulls and bones. What exactly are the Catacombs of Paris, and what is their purpose? Let's...
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An Overview of Expansionism in Various Regions of the World
Fact about expansionism in the world
There have been many ambitious regimes that have tried to expand the area of their authority. This Buzzle article presents a few such expansionism examples sprawled all over in history.
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The Pan-Arab Flags
Many flags of Arab nations in the Middle East region use the colors black, white, green, and red in various configurations. The repetition of these colors can cause confusion about which flag is which, but these colors have an...
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Ottoman Empire Timeline
I presume there are very few people who have not heard of the mighty Ottoman Empire. The following article on its timeline would enable you to closely trail this colossus Turkish empire's rise, conquests and fall.
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History of the War of 1812
The War of 1812 which fought between the newly formed United States of America and the British Empire, that changed the face of the continent of North America. To know more about the history of the War of 1812, read on.
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