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Interesting Facts about Abraham Lincoln

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No Living Heirs

In spite of the way that the marriage between Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln yielded 4 children, there are no living beneficiaries.

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16th President of the United States
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Some Interesting Facts about Roman Empire

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Openly Classist

Roman culture was progressively organized. Be that as it may, not at all like in a contemporary majority rule government containing progressive power structures, Roman culture gave couple of chances to social versatility.

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A segment of the ruins of Hadrian’s Wall in northern England
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Some Crazy Interesting Facts about Rajneesh Movement

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Ma Anand Sheela

Rajneesh’s correct hand individual and secretary was Ma Anand Sheela. She in a split second ended up committed to Rajneesh in the wake of meeting him when she was only 16 years of age. She persuaded him to come to America and dealt with the cooperative while additionally being the leader of the Rajneesh Foundation International.

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Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and disciples in darshan at Poona in 1977
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Battle of Stalingrad Interesting Facts

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Mamayev Kurgan

Not very many spots on earth could make a case for the shear death toll experienced on it than Mamayev Kurgan, initially a 100 metro Tartar internment hill it turned into the point of convergence for the German Sixth Army’s assault on Stalingrad downtown area. Initially caught energetically by the Germans on September thirteenth 1942, the following day it was the site of an enormous Soviet counterattack from thirteenth Guards Rifle Division which by September sixteenth had recovered the slope.

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The Barmaley Fountain, one of the symbols of Stalingrad, in 1943, right after the battle
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Interesting Info on Medieval Knights

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Aymer De Valence

When Edward II was delegated, Aymer de Valence was a standout amongst the most experienced and regarded individuals from the lord’s court, having been one of the last ruler’s nearest advisors. So when the court split in two over the circumstance around the ruler’s companion, Piers Gaveston, it was Aymer who held the center ground. Torn between his dependability to the lord and the ruler’s inability to administer legitimately, Aymer appears to have been the linchpin of a center gathering who endeavored to hold the kingdom together.

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Posthumous portrait of Aymer de Valence
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Circumstances that Caused Cold War

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U-2 Incident

Disclaimer: this has nothing to do with either the genius musical crew from Dublin or stealth German submarines. Too bad. On May 1, 1960, the Soviet Union shot down an American government operative plane guided by Francis Gary Powers, who had been occupied with an undercover mission as a major aspect of the CIA’s U-2 program. The Kremlin considered the interruption as a forceful demonstration and shot the air ship with a surface-to-air rocket close to the modern city of Yekaterinburg.

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NASA photo of a U-2 with fictitious NASA markings and serial number at the NASA Flight Research Center, Edwards Air Force Base, on 6 May 1960 (NASA photo)
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