French Revolution

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Starting of the French Revolution

In the years between 1789 until 1799, France encountered the most fierce political strife, ousting the government of Louis XVI and setting up the French republic, just to end in the fascism of Napoleon Bonaparte, who was associated with the later long stretches of the upheaval.

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Phoenix

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A phoenix is a legendary winged animal with beautiful quills and a tail of gold and red. In the old Greek and Egyptian folklores, it is portrayed as a substantial flying creature, much like a bird, with otherworldly powers to return to life. The presence of this winged creature has been depicted diversely in various societies however all over the place, the phoenix flying creature is viewed as an image of everlasting status, resurrection and eternal life.

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Genghis Khan

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Who were the Mongols?

The Mongols were unskilled, religiously shamanistic and maybe close to 700,000 in number. They were herders on the green fields north of the Gobi Desert, south of Siberia’s timberlands. Before the year 1200 AD, the Mongols were divided, moving about in little groups headed by a boss, or khan, and living in compact felt abodes. The Mongols persevered through incessant hardships and inadequate regions for brushing their creatures. They as often as possible battled about turf, and amid difficult occasions they sometimes struck, intrigued by merchandise instead of gore. They didn’t gather heads or scalps as trophies.

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Native Americans

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Who are Native Americans?

Christopher Columbus found America, however individuals lived in America some time before his revelation. These individuals who lived before the entry of Europeans to America were known as the Native Americans. They lived in North America, Central America, South America and the Caribbean islands.

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Interesting Facts about Seahorses

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How quick would seahorses be able to swim?

In spite of the fact that they are angle and have balances that assistance them to push ahead in the water, the seahorses are not incredible swimmers. Indeed, they like to rest in one place, clutching corals or ocean growth with their tails for a considerable length of time together.

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The Atlas History

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What is an Atlas?

A map book is a reference book of the land, political and other instructive data with respect to each piece of the world which fills various needs. The world chart book that is today effectively open in libraries and book shops has had an exceptionally distinctive history.

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