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  • The path to our wonderfully exciting I Phones began on March 7, 1867 when Alexander Graham Bell received the first patent for the invention of the telephone.

    Telephones From Dumb Phones to Cell Phones

    Telephones From Dumb Phones to Cell Phones

    by L.M. Hosler0

  • John Clem was the Union Army's youngest soldier at 9-years-old. He was the drummer boy for an Army Unit from Michigan. He was called The Drummer Boy of Chickamauga after being in the Civil War battle. Clem's bravery was legendary. He was in the Army for 53 years and retired as a brigadier general.

    John Clem Fought in the Civil War at Nine-Years-Old

    John Clem Fought in the Civil War at Nine-Years-Old

    by Readmikenow6

  • Elizabeth Blackwell was born in an era where women doctors were unheard of. Elizabeth fought to become the first women doctor and broke down prejudices for other women to pursue a career in medicine.

    First Female Medical Doctor Elizabeth Blackwell

    First Female Medical Doctor Elizabeth Blackwell

    by L.M. Hosler2

  • When we think or our founding fathers we think of fierce warriors or skilled statesmen. History is always more complicated and nuanced than we think. This list provides 10 fascinating facts about our founding fathers.

    10 Things You Didn't Know About the Founding Fathers

    10 Things You Didn't Know About the Founding Fathers

    by George Johnson2

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  • Everyone loves a royal marriage. King George IV and his bride Princess Caroline was a royal marriage that became a royal disaster very quickly. It would be fair to say they intensely disliked each other from the day they met

    A Royal Marriage: A Royal Disaster

    A Royal Marriage: A Royal Disaster

    by L.M. Hosler0

  • Ghosts Trains in Britain is the bizarre situation where trains run, often with no passengers, as a legal requirement to keep uncommercial routes open under franchise; as a cheaper and easier option for train operators than getting the service closed.

    British Ghost Trains

    British Ghost Trains

    by Arthur Russ22

  • Operation Valkyrie has become the most well-known assassination attempt on Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, and could have led to a whole new Germany and rest of Europe, but would it have been better with Hitler still in power or a new leader if the operation succeeded.

    Five Facts to Know About Operation Valkyrie

    Five Facts to Know About Operation Valkyrie

    by Lawrence1

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