Ugliest Woman in the World - Mary Ann Bevan

Ugliest Woman in the World – Mary Ann Bevan

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The ugliest woman in the world may have been Mary Ann Bevan. She also demonstrated opportunism and optimism in her endeavors. As the eighth...
The head of the culinary empire comprising Buitoni pasta products and Perugina chocolates and confections is Giovanni Buitoni.

The Biography of Giovanni Buitoni

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The head of the culinary empire comprising Buitoni pasta products and Perugina chocolates and confections is Giovanni Buitoni. The great-grandson of Giulia Buitoni, who...
The German heavy cruiser ADMIRAL GRAF SPEE.

River Plate Naval Battle of World War II

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River Plate Naval Battle of World War II - On December 13, 1939, German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee and an Allied naval task...
River Kwai Bridge

The History of Kwai River Bridge

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It is believed that the Kwai River Bridge was part of the meter gauge railway built for the Japanese at the time of World...
Engraving of the Siege of Louisbourg on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia by British forces under Major General Jaffery Amherst in 1758.

Siege of Louisbourg

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The Siege of Louisbourg start date is June 8, 1758, and the end date was July 26, 1758. The British sieged and captures the...
Eagle Made Out of Abraham Lincoln's Hair

The Priceless Civil War Eagle Made Out of Abraham Lincoln’s Hair

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The Priceless Civil War Eagle Made Out of Abraham Lincoln's Hair - In a tiny, vaguely lit backroom of the Onondaga Historical Association in...
Facts of Great Tri-State Tornado of 1925 that spawned Tri-State and several other tornadoes in March 1925 was from a northeast Pacific storm.

The Facts of Great Tri-State Tornado of 1925

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Facts of Great Tri-State Tornado of 1925 The storm that spawned the Great Tri-State and several other tornadoes on March 18, 1925, was from a...
Endicott Expedition - A military expedition led by the Massachusetts Bay Colony against Native Americans on Block Island precipitated the Pequot War.

Endicott Expedition – A Mission against Native American on Block Island

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Endicott Expedition - A military expedition led by the Massachusetts Bay Colony against Native Americans on Block Island (now part of Rhode Island) precipitated...
New Netherland – Dutch 17th Century Overseas Colonies Empire

New Netherland – Dutch 17th Century Overseas Colonies Empire

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New Netherland was the North American part of the Dutch 17th-century overseas colonial empire. This Dutch influence throughout North America spanned 55 years. It began with...
Sir William Johnson was an influential British-born frontier trader and intermediary between North American colonists and Native Americans.

Sir William Johnson – Intelligent British Born Frontier Trader

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Sir William Johnson was an influential British-born frontier trader and intermediary between North American colonists and Native Americans. He was superintendent of Indian Affairs...
Mohawks are Native American groups, part of the Five (later Six) Nations of the Iroquois, or Iroquois Confederation, whose territory included much of upstate New York.

Mohawks – Native American Groups

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Mohawks are Native American groups, part of the Five (later Six) Nations of the Iroquois, or Iroquois Confederation, whose territory included much of upstate...
Esopus Wars – Conflict between European Settlers and Natives in North America

Esopus Wars – Conflict between European Settlers and Natives in North America

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Esopus wars starting year is 1659, and the end year is 1664. Armed conflict between the Dutch and their native allies and the Esopus...
Robert Hunter Morris is embattled governor of Pennsylvania during the French and Indian War (1754–1763).

Robert Hunter Morris – The Embattled Governor of Pennsylvania

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Robert Hunter Morris is the embattled governor of Pennsylvania during the French and Indian War (1754–1763). A member of a prominent political family, Robert...
The Montgomery is the name of the class, was able to carry 2,094 tons, which made it among the smallest vessels that were built by the U.S. Navy.

Montgomery, United States Protected Cruiser

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It was a U.S.-protected cruiser. The Montgomery is the name of the class, was able to carry 2,094 tons, which made it among the smallest...
Edwin Alexander Anderson Jr. was born in Wilmington, North Carolina, on the 16th of July in 1860.

Edwin Alexander Anderson, Jr. – Naval Officer of United States

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Edwin Alexander Anderson Jr. was born in Wilmington, North Carolina, on the 16th of July in 1860. Anderson was assigned as a student at...

World Cup Semi-Final 1954 – Greatest Ever Football Battle That Will be Long Remembered

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FIFA World Cup Semi-Final 1954 Hungary v Uruguay A World Cup semi-final, in 1954, between the holders of the trophy, Uruguay, and the hottest favorites...
(Left to right) Deputy Führer Rudolf Hess, Hitler, and Gauleiter Julius Streicher.

Memorable Photographs of Nazi History

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Memorable Photographs of Nazi History - Within three years of their first electoral success, the Nazis get hold of political power in Germany when...
It provided an ideal opportunity (and the first) for British aviation scientists to study the intricacies and details of Zeppelin technology at first hand.

The Wrecking and the Wreck of Zeppelin LZ33

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The Wrecking and the Wreck of Zeppelin LZ33 - On the night of September 24th, 1916, the Zeppelin L33 was brought down by the...
The obelisk of the Englishman's attentions was Cleopatra's Needle, sixty-eight feet tall It had been presented to England half a century earlier by the Egyptian ruler Muhammed Ali.

Obelisk’s – Symbols of Conquest and Mysterious Power

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An Obelisk's Perilous Voyage Egypt's stones originally raised in homage to the sun have been coveted since Roman times as symbols of conquest and...
Johannes Hevelius published the first detailed map of the surface of the Moon in 1647. He was born on 28 Jan 1611 in Danzig a city in Poland.

Johannes Havelius – First Man Who Map the Moon

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Johannes Havelius published the first detailed map of the surface of the Moon in 1647. He was born on 28 January 1611 in Danzig...
John Hays Hammond Jr. lives and works in a medieval-style castle, which he built on rocky New England coast near Gloucester, Massachusetts.

John Hays Hammond Jr. – The Father of Radio Control

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An "inventor's inventor," whose hundreds of patents underlie much of our modern technology. John Hays Hammond Jr. lives and works in a medieval-style castle,...
Bohdan Winiarski was elected president of International Court of Justice by his fourteen fellow judges on Apr 5, 1961 and judicial arm of UN.

Bohdan Winiarski – Former Polish Politician and Jurist

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Bohdan Winiarski was elected president of the International Court of Justice by his fourteen fellow judges on April 5, 1961. Bohdan Winiarski of Poland...
Success of aeroplane led quickly introduction of First Ever AirMail. In Vanguard 17 Feb 1911, Fred Wiseman made first official airmail flight

The First Ever Airmail Must Get Through?

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The success of the airplane led quickly to the introduction of airmail. The United States was in the vanguard and on 17 February 1911,...
Edgar Ansel Mowrer as author, journalist, and lecturer. He was an outspoken proponent of a vigorous foreign policy on the part of the United States and its allies.

Mowrer Edgar Ansel – Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist

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Mowrer Edgar Ansel is regarded by many as the dean of American foreign correspondents, Edgar Ansel Mowrer was an author, journalist, and lecturer. He...
He seems a handsome, elegant, romantic, tender man was defined by his friends. But Ted Bundy was The Worst Serial Killer in American history.

Ted Bundy – The Worst Serial Killer in American History

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Ted Bundy was a handsome, elegant, romantic, tender man who was defined by his friends, but actually, he was Worst Serial Killer in American...