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The Serbs and the HapsburgsOn July 4th 1914 The Economist published this article in response to the assassination on June 28th of Archduke Franz Ferdinand

The Serbs and the Hapsburgs

The Serbs and the HapsburgsOn July 4th 1914 The Economist published this article in response to the assassination on June 28th of Archduke Franz Ferdinand

Colorized Historical Photos Bring History To Life

Colorized Historical Photos Bring History To Life

◇昭和40年11月26日号…〈表紙〉牛歩で抵抗する社会党/衆議院本会議場。  〈グラビア〉国会周辺/全学連と機動隊。都学連のデモ隊を迎えうつ機動隊。 連続審議新記録を作った日韓国会/徹夜が二晩・体力限界、自民党議員と衛視に守られ日韓条約案件の抜き打ち採決をする船田衆院議長。。/ニューヨークの大停電騒ぎ。

◇昭和40年11月26日号…〈表紙〉牛歩で抵抗する社会党/衆議院本会議場。 〈グラビア〉国会周辺/全学連と機動隊。都学連のデモ隊を迎えうつ機動隊。 連続審議新記録を作った日韓国会/徹夜が二晩・体力限界、自民党議員と衛視に守られ日韓条約案件の抜き打ち採決をする船田衆院議長。。/ニューヨークの大停電騒ぎ。

Watch Warlords | Hitler vs Stalin online | Free | Hulu

Watch Warlords | Hitler vs Stalin online | Free | Hulu

European Decolonization Since 1950.

European Decolonization Since 1950.

Baby Cage, 1937
The Baby Cage was designed to let your kids get some sun lights even if a patio is not available in your apartment.

Baby Cage, 1937 The Baby Cage was designed to let your kids get some sun lights even if a patio is not available in your apartment.

BBC - How did WW1 change the way we treat war injuries today? - Today, heavily infected wounds are rarely seen thanks to the discovery of antibiotics in 1928 and their widespread adoption throughout the 1940s. However, our understanding of the treatment of wounds owes much to the experimentation with antiseptics seen in the First World War.

How did WW1 change the way we treat war injuries today?

BBC - How did WW1 change the way we treat war injuries today? - Today, heavily infected wounds are rarely seen thanks to the discovery of antibiotics in 1928 and their widespread adoption throughout the 1940s. However, our understanding of the treatment of wounds owes much to the experimentation with antiseptics seen in the First World War.

WWII casualties as percentage of population

WWII casualties as percentage of population

▶ PBS Documentary: The March of the Bonus Army - YouTube - watch latter

▶ PBS Documentary: The March of the Bonus Army - YouTube - watch latter

Franz Ferdinand geboren in de plaats Graz (1863-1914). hij was in de tijd van de eerste wereldoorlog de kroonprins van Oostenrijk-Hongarije. dit land hoorde bij de centralen. dit was voor een bondgenootschap wat betekent dat je elkaar verdedigd en helpt zo nodig. op een dag bezoeken hij en zijn vrouw de plaats Sarajevo. op die dag wordt er een aanslag gepleegd op hem, dit mislukt. Gavrilo Princip, een Servische nationalist, kwam hem na het bezoek tegen. en op dat moment vermoord Princip hem.

Franz Ferdinand geboren in de plaats Graz (1863-1914). hij was in de tijd van de eerste wereldoorlog de kroonprins van Oostenrijk-Hongarije. dit land hoorde bij de centralen. dit was voor een bondgenootschap wat betekent dat je elkaar verdedigd en helpt zo nodig. op een dag bezoeken hij en zijn vrouw de plaats Sarajevo. op die dag wordt er een aanslag gepleegd op hem, dit mislukt. Gavrilo Princip, een Servische nationalist, kwam hem na het bezoek tegen. en op dat moment vermoord Princip hem.

Milan’s La Scala Theatre: 10 interesting facts about the history

Milan’s La Scala Theatre: 10 interesting facts about the history

Watch Battle Ground: World War II | Prologue to War online | Free | Hulu  - watch later

Watch Battle Ground: World War II | Prologue to War online | Free | Hulu - watch later

Surprises in the Gutter - Historic Oakland Foundation - worth the read

Surprises in the Gutter - Historic Oakland Foundation - worth the read

Exactly 100 years after his death, it has finally been confirmed that Emperor Guangxu (1871-1908) was a victim of arsenic poisoning, though the murderer remains a mystery.   The finding has been revealed by a research team in Beijing, based on a five-year study of the emperor's remains and the conditions inside and outside his tomb. The investigators included the Western Qing Imperial Tombs (Qing Xi Ling) administrators, China Institute of Atomic Energy and forensic science experts.

Exactly 100 years after his death, it has finally been confirmed that Emperor Guangxu (1871-1908) was a victim of arsenic poisoning, though the murderer remains a mystery. The finding has been revealed by a research team in Beijing, based on a five-year study of the emperor's remains and the conditions inside and outside his tomb. The investigators included the Western Qing Imperial Tombs (Qing Xi Ling) administrators, China Institute of Atomic Energy and forensic science experts.

Treaty of Versailles

Treaty of Versailles

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