Pompeii, aka The city of the Dead is one of the most visited archaeological sites, but do you know that it remained lost for centuries after it was buried by the great eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD? The city is perhaps the most well known places today, but there are many unknown facts
The year 2016 has ended with a bang with many remarkable events that were, and are still in the minds of all of us. The key events 2016 that shook the world, some good, some bad are presented below for our dear readers. So, without wasting any time, let’s shower some light on unforgettable key
The Jallianwala Bagh Massacre is one of the bloodiest incidents that shook India and was also shunned by one and everyone, but, of course with the exception of the Britishers who showered praises on the butcher who led his troops to murder innocent people that had gathered in Jalianwala Bagh for Baisakhi celebrations. Being an
World War 2 was arguably the fiercest battle ever fought in the history of mankind. Millions of people fought and died in the six-year war that lasted from 1939 to 1945, and in the conflicts that began much earlier. Like all other battles, this war too had more than its share of amazing stories. While
The 2nd Punic War was one of the three epic battles fought between Carthaginians and the Romans from 218 BC to 201 BC. Among the three Punic Wars, the second war can be termed as the bloodiest with maximum number of battles. This war was fought under the command of Hannibal who fought for Carthage
For better, or for worse, world history has often been shaped and reshaped both by selfish pursuits and sacrifices during a war. The battlefield, no wonder, is a strange place where betrayal, violence, and horror live side by side with unspeakable courage, determination, and honor. Stories and legends of glorious victories, fallen heroes, and bloody
Counted as one of the greatest tragic events in the world history, the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki has many facts related to it that are unknown still. In the year 1945 during the final stages of World War II, the U.S. dropped two nuclear bombs on the Japanese cites namely Hiroshima and Nagasaki.