Menu

The History of Safety Matches

During ancient times, human beings utilized regulated fire to make partial changes to the environment they lived in. This happened for a very long period of time; numerous millenniums prior to the invention of different means to create fire chemically. Long before history record begun, humans in distinctive areas of the world gained knowledge of

The Failed Assassination Attempt on Pope John Paul II

On 13th May 1981, an assassination attempt was made on Pope John Paul II in St Peters Square. This act of violence directed against a man of peace has stunned the world. Fifteen thousand people had gathered for the Pope’s weekly audience with the general public. It was just 5 o clock in Italy, Pope

Tragic Story of Japanese-American Internment during WW2

Following the Japanese bombing on Pearl Harbor of the United States of America on December 7, 1941, the Japanese-Americans were considered a national security threat especially on the west coast. In February 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered the relocation of Japanese Americans to internment camps, which saw them a terrifying experience. This began with

Torture by Modern Art Was Actually Used in Spanish Civil War

Torture by Modern Art Was Actually Used in Spanish Civil War Almost all of us are aware of people who consider modern arts as a form of torture. But who would have thought there history has witnessed such a place where modern arts was used as a form of torture? Terrors and atrocities of wars