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One of the best things about running this blog and the connected twitter account is that they bring me in touch with good and interesting people all over world. One such accquaintance is Thorsten H…

“Mein Opa” – Tracing the footsteps of a german soldier during the Battle of the Bulge

All Things Beautiful: World World I, part 1:The Beginning, 1914  maps, links for notebooking

All Things Beautiful: World World I, part Beginning, 1914 maps, links for notebooking

How Long Did Famous Structures Take to Build? INTRIGUING ARCHITECTURE long pin full of information about history of famous buildings across the centuries. #DdO:) - https://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/intriguing-architecture/ - DATES and names of ARCHITECTS included, as well as less known fascinating info some people call #trivia. Pinned via Montbiz.. Source: infografía

INTRIGUING ARCHITECTURE long pin full of information about history of famous buildings across the centuries. DATES and names of ARCHITECTS included, as well as less known fascinating info some people call Pinned via Montbiz.

Carolingian dynasty: was a Frankish noble family with originals in the Arnulfing and Pippinid clans of the 7th century.

Carolingian dynasty:the Carolingian dynasty was a Frankish noble family with origins in the Arnulfing and Pippinid clans of the century AD.

World War I Military Equipment

World War I Military Equipment

World War I Military Equipment (:Tap The LINK NOW:) We provide the best essential unique equipment and gear for active duty American patriotic military branches, well strategic selected.We love tactical American gear

Sarin Chemical Warfare Nerve Agent

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Sarin Chemical Warfare Nerve Agent, infographic by Richard Johnson, Mike Faille, Jonathon Rivait

Versailles Treaty - Spartacus Educational entry.

An account of the Versailles Treaty that includes images, quotations and the main facts of the event.

The Battle of Caporetto (also known as the Twelfth Battle of the Isonzo, or the Battle of Kobarid) was a decisive victory for the Central Powers on the Italian Front. Austro-Hungarian forces, reinforced by German divisions freed up by the Russian collapse on the Eastern Front, broke through Italian positions, taking 265,000 prisoners and almost reaching Venice. The disaster forced Britain and France to send troops, desperately needed on the Western Front, to Italy to shore up the line. WATCH…

The Battle of Caporetto (also known as the Twelfth Battle of the Isonzo, or the Battle of Kobarid) was a decisive victory for the Central Powers on the Italian Front. Austro-Hungarian forces, reinforced by German divisions freed up by the Russian collapse on the Eastern Front, broke through Italian positions, taking 265,000 prisoners and almost reaching Venice. The disaster forced Britain and France to send troops, desperately needed on the Western Front, to Italy to shore up the line. WATCH…

Blog de recursos  de Historia, Geografía, Arte y Ciencias Sociales para  alumnos y profesores de educación secundaria y bachiller

Blog de recursos de Historia, Geografía, Arte y Ciencias Sociales para alumnos y profesores de educación secundaria y bachiller

The Unknown Dark Side to 13 of History's Favourite People

The Unknown Dark Side to 13 of History's Favourite People #infographic

The Unknown Dark Side to 13 of History's Favourite People - I don't know if all of these criticisms are true, but I do know that you should not idolize people.

Imperios de Europa (siglos XIX y XX)

Austro-Hungarian Empire, German empire, Ottoman Empire (European parts), and Russian empire (European parts) with modern borders

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