Few details about world war one!

Few details about world war one!

World War 1 which is also very well-known with the name of ww1 is considered the most devastating war in the world, which experiences over 60 million casualties, including military and civil persons around the world especially in the European countries. Many countries started to fight with each other in the year 1914, and it continues for the next four years, which confirms that this is one of the most dangerous wars ever happened in this very world.

However, some general things about World War 1 are some unique things that you also need to know, which will help you understand this particular historical event that completely changed the world. Many countries lost their lives and decreased the GDP’s overall rate, which hits the economic status very severely.

Most European countries are affected.

World War 1 mainly affected European countries where many persons lose their lives just because of the insanity of the military persons being done over the specific roadshow the various European countries. The central conflict is between Italy and Turkey, and because of their conflict, many countries also come forward to give strength to their friendly country, which results in world war.

Heavy weapons

Most of the various countries’ military powers use massive amounts of weapons to kill their opponents and kill the civilized people living in a particular part of the land. World war one witness almost model weapons that have never been used before in various wars ever happened on this earth.

Peace treaties

After seeing so many devastation process in the various parts of the European countries, some special authorities come forward to make some peace. Fortunately, after the continued war of four years, the world war has stopped because of the efforts being made by the variety of countries available in this world.

It is also the start of the UNO, but in the first world war, the UNO’s overall strength is not as like as it is now in the world. But somehow they managed to give some particular messages to the various countries we are continuously fighting with because of their particular reason.

Online assistance

Apart from that, if you also want to get some extra information about the various aspects of world war, you should visit some particular online websites that include almost every kind of Encyclopaedia related to the same world war year of 1914 to 18. It is also advisable for YouTube to visit some particular YouTube channels where you will find some famous historians giving almost every detail about world war one.

Getting all the Useful information about the Historical events like world war over the online sources always provides you with every kind of information you always desired as a person who wants to know each and everything about the particular events that ever happened on this earth.

These are the few things about a famous historical event like a world war, which you helped you get all the unique information about it.

Kargil war between India and Pakistan was discussed!

Kargil war between India and Pakistan was discussed!

There is always an immense tension continuous between the two nations of the world, like India and Pakistan. Before the Independence of the Indian country in 1947, Pakistan is an essential part of Indian origin. But after the Independence from the British Empire, India detached from the western part of the Indian subcontinent area, and it becomes the land of Pakistan where most of the people belong to the Muslim community.

Right after Independence Day’s particular incident is the problem going on continuously between Pakistan and India only because of the Jammu and Kashmir. It is one particular land which is considered as the most disputed area of the world. Right from the beginning, both countries fought with each other so often, and fortunately for the Indian country, they won in every battle. Today I will discuss some necessary details about the historical event of the Kargil war, which is also the leading cause of conflicts between the two giant nations like India and Pakistan.

L.o.c

  • Kargil war is mainly considered the line of control war between the India and Pakistan military, who try to increase their land with the same battle in 1999. Both countries are MI what well to occupy the land of the Kashmir, but in the end, it is India who won the battle with their better skills in the war.

Deaths

  • Like the father War happened in the world, this war also witnessed so many treats for the military people who lost their lives during the battle. Almost 10000 military people know they’re living in this particular war between the two nations that considered it the most devastating war that never happened in India and Pakistan’s history.

Agra meet 

  • Kargil war happened only because of the Agra’s failure between the Indian Prime Minister and Pakistan prime minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Pervez Musharraf. Right after this piece needs in the Taj Mahal’s particular land, Pakistan is ready to fight with the Indian military because of the dispute that happened in the same meeting.
  • Agra meeting is mainly organized to get a unique peace between the two countries which regularly willing to fight with each other because of the dispute of Jammu and Kashmir. Many nations like the USA United Kingdom tried their level best to settle down the conflict between the two Nations, but unfortunately, still, there is no hope for good.

YouTube information

  • It is also necessary for you to visit some particular YouTube channels where you will find some famous historians giving enormous details about the same historical event like the Kargil war that happened in the year late 1999. It will help you to understand the leading cause of conflict between the two countries and also the main reason for Kargil war between the two giant nations which almost demolish the economic status of two battle between the two Nations
  • Whenever battles happened between the two Nations, it is only the country’s civil people who suffered a lot just because of the specific cause of the conflict.

How did the ancient Olympics start?

How did the ancient Olympics start?

Games and sports are an essential part of history and when we talk about the historical events they are most important. People were greatly attached to games and sports. The best part is that many sentimental were also attached to them. it is said that ancient games started in Olympia, Greece in 776 BC. But it took many years to form the Olympics officially and in 1896 the modern context of the Olympics was seen nicely and properly. One Frenchman named Baron Pierre de Coubertin gave birth to the modern structure of the Olympics. The idea of this game came into existence in 1894.

Olympics starting

The next thing that made the Olympics famous in the entire world is its famous symbol of flames or torch. This symbol was also a result of the gradual efforts of many people who work hard in the same context. This came to the attention of people in 1928. The best part is that there was no torch relay ceremony was involved in the old-time Olympics.

This started in 1936 and the first Olympics that started with the torch ceremony was held in Berlin. After that, it becomes an indispensable part of the modern Olympic and since then this particular tradition is being continued. The other thing is the Olympic oath, which was introduced to the people in 1920.

Marathon and Olympics

The other thing is that most people think that the marathon is also a part of the Olympics. Nevertheless, this is not true because this was not part of the ancient Olympic Games. It was added to it after many years later of the starting of the original Olympics. Modern Olympic Games were started in 1896 in Athens and the race was a part of this particular race. It was there with a distance of 40 kilometers. This was the first time when the race was a part of the Olympics.

Measurements

Years after this, many rules and other regulations were there to be part of the Olympics. The racing distance was also declared and decided. Many standards values were taken into the consideration for this. The exact measurements of the distances were also taken into care with this particular race competition in the Olympics. The other thing, which played a major role in the race competition, was the finishing line. The finishing line kept inside the white city stadium in the Olympics of 1908. In this, particular games were held in the city of London.

Transparency

Everything was well measured to make things more clear and transparent in the game. This gave birth to the new era in which the Olympics and race were together. In a simple world, this revolution does not happen in a day or two. Gradual efforts were made in this direction and after years this particular task was taken into consideration. You will be surprised to know the fact that nudity was also a part of the Olympics and it said that one man runs naked in the stadion race in 720 B.C.

The Lives of the Twelve Caesars Claudius by Suetonius

The Lives of the Twelve Caesars Claudius by Suetonius
  1. Having thus established himself in power, his first object was to abolish all remembrance of the two preceding days, in which a revolution in the state had been canvassed. Accordingly, he passed an act of perpetual oblivion and pardon for everything said or done caring that time; and this he faithfully observed, with the exception only of putting to death a few tribunes and centurions concerned in the conspiracy against Caius, both as an example, and because he understood that they had also planned his own death. He now turned his thoughts towards paying respect to the memory of his relations. His most solemn and usual oath was, “By Augustus.”

He prevailed upon the senate to decree divine honours to his grandmother Livia, with a chariot in the Circensian procession drawn by elephants, as had been appointed for Augustus, and public offerings to the shades of his parents. Besides which, he instituted Circensian games for his father, to be celebrated every year, upon his birth day, and, for his mother, a chariot to be drawn through the circus; with the title of Augusta, which had been refused by his grandmother. To the memory of his brother, to which, upon all occasions, he showed a great regard, he gave a Greek comedy, to be exhibited in the public diversions at Naples, and awarded the crown for it, according to the sentence of the judges in that solemnity. Nor did he omit to make honourable and grateful mention of Mark Antony; declaring by a proclamation, “That he the more earnestly insisted upon the observation of his father Drusus’s birth-day, because it was like wise that of his grandfather Antony.” He completed the marble arch near Pompey’s theatre, which had formerly been decreed by the senate in honour of Tiberius, but which had been neglected. And though he canceled all the acts of Gaius, yet he forbade the day of his assassination, notwithstanding it was that of his own accession to the empire, to be reckoned amongst the festivals.

  1. But with regard to his own aggrandizement, he was sparing and modest, declining the name of emperor, and refusing all excessive honours. He celebrated the marriage of his daughter and the birth-day of a grandson with great privacy, at home. He recalled none of those who had been banished, without a decree of the senate: and requested of them permission for the prefect and the military tribunes of the praetorian guards to attend him in the senate-house; and also that they would be pleased to bestow upon his procurators judicial authority in the provinces. He asked of the consuls likewise the privilege of holding fairs upon his private estate. He frequently assisted the magistrates in the trial of causes, as one of their assessors. And when they gave public spectacles, he would rise up with the rest of the spectators, and salute them both by words and gestures. When the tribunes of the people came to him while he was on the tribunal, he excused himself, because, on account of the crowd, he could not hear them unless they stood. In a short time, by this conduct, he wrought himself so much into the favour and affection of the public, that when, upon his going to Ostia, a report was spread in the city that he had been waylaid and slain, the people never ceased cursing the soldiers for traitors, and the senate as parricides, until one or two persons, and presently after several others, were brought by the magistrates upon the rostra, who assured them that he was alive, and not far from the city, on his way home.
  2. Conspiracies, however, were formed against him, not only by individuals separately, but by a faction; and at last his government was disturbed with a civil war. A low fellow was found with a poniard about him, near his chamber, at midnight. Two men of the equestrian order were discovered waiting for him in the streets, armed with a pike and a huntsman’s dagger; one of them intending to attack him as he came out of the theatre, and the other as he was sacrificing in the temple of Mars. Gallus Asinius and Statilius Corvinus, grandsons of the two orators, Pollio and Messala, formed a conspiracy against him, in which they engaged many of his freedmen and slaves. Furius Camillus Scribonianus, his legate in Dalmatia, broke into rebellion, but was reduced in the space of five days; the legions which he had seduced from their oath of fidelity relinquishing their purpose, upon an alarm occasioned by ill omens. For when orders were given them to march, to meet their new emperor, the eagles could not be decorated, nor the standards pulled out of the ground, whether it was by accident, or a divine interposition.
  3. Besides his former consulship, he held the office afterwards four times; the first two successively, but the following, after an interval of four years each; the last for six months, the others for two; and the third, upon his being chosen in the room of a consul who died; which had never been done by any of the emperors before him. Whether he was consul or out of office, he constantly attended the courts for the administration of justice, even upon such days as were solemnly observed as days of rejoicing in his family, or by his friends; and sometimes upon the public festivals of ancient institution. Nor did he always adhere strictly to the letter of the laws, but overruled the rigour or lenity of many of their enactments, according to his sentiments of justice and equity. For where persons lost their suits by insisting upon more than appeared to be their due, before the judges of private causes, he granted them the indulgence of a second trial. And with regard to such as were convicted of any great delinquency, he even exceeded the punishment appointed by law, and condemned them to be exposed to wild beasts.
  4. But in hearing and determining causes, he exhibited a strange inconsistency of temper, being at one time circumspect and sagacious, at another inconsiderate and rash, and sometimes frivolous and like one out of his mind. In correcting the roll of judges, he struck off the name of one who, concealing the privilege his children gave him to be excused from serving, had answered to his name, as too eager for the office. Another who was summoned before him in a cause of his own, but alleged that the affair did not properly come under the emperor’s cognizance, but that of the ordinary judges, he ordered to plead the cause himself immediately before him, and show in a case of his own, how equitable a judge he would prove in that of other persons. A woman refusing to acknowledge her own son, and there being no clear proof on either side, he obliged her to confess the truth, by ordering her to marry the young man. He was much inclined to determine causes in favour of the parties who appeared, against those who did not, without inquiring whether their absence was occasioned by their own fault or by real necessity. On proclamation of a man’s being convicted of forgery, and that he ought to have his hand cut off, he insisted that an executioner should be immediately sent for, with a Spanish sword and a block. A person being prosecuted for falsely assuming the citizenship, and a frivolous dispute arising between the advocates in the cause, whether he ought to make his appearance in the Roman or Grecian dress, to show his impartiality, he commanded him to change his clothes several times according to the character he assumed in the accusation or defense. An anecdote is related of him, and believed to be true, that, in a particular cause he delivered his sentence in writing thus: ” I am in favour of those who have spoken the truth.” By this he so much forfeited the good opinion of the world, that he was everywhere and openly despised. A person making an excuse for the non-appearance of a witness whom he had sent for from the provinces, declared it was impossible for him to appear, concealing the reason for some time: at last, after several interrogatories were put to him on the subject, he answered, “The man is dead;” to which Claudius replied, ” I think that is a sufficient excuse.” Another thanking him for suffering a person who was prosecuted to make his defense by counsel, added, ” And yet it is no more than what is usual.” I have likewise heard some old men say, that the advocates used to abuse his patience so grossly, that they would not only call him back, as he was quitting the tribunal, but would seize him by the hem of his toga, and sometimes catch him by the heels, to make him stay. That such behaviour, however strange, is not incredible, will appear from this anecdote. Some obscure Greek, who was a litigant, had an altercation with him, in which he called out, ” You are an old fool.” It is certain that a Roman knight, who was prosecuted by unscrupulous enemies on a false charge of obscenity with women, observing that common strumpets were summoned against him and allowed to give evidence, upbraided Claudius in very harsh and severe terms with his folly and cruelty, and threw his style, and some books which he had in his hands, in his face, with such violence as to wound him severely in the cheek.
  5. He likewise assumed the censorship, which had been discontinued since the time that Paulus and Plancus had jointly held it. But this also he administered very unequally, and with a strange variety of humour and conduct. In his review of the knights, he passed over, without any mark of disgrace, a profligate young man, only because his father spoke of him in the highest terms; “for,” said he, ” his father is his proper censor.” Another, who was infamous for debauching youths and for adultery, he only admonished “to indulge his youthful inclinations more sparingly, or at least more cautiously ;” adding, “why must I know what mistress you keep?” When, at the request of his friends, he had taken off a mark of infamy which he had set upon one knight’s name he said, “Let the blot, however, remain.” He not only struck out of the list of judges, but likewise deprived of Roman citizenship, an illustrious man of the highest provincial rank in Greece, because he was ignorant of the Latin language. Nor in this review did he suffer any one to give an account of his conduct by an advocate, but obliged each man to speak for himself in the best way he could. He disgraced many, and some that little expected it, and for a reason entirely new, namely, for going out of Italy without his license; and one likewise, for having in his province, been the familiar companion of a king; observing, that, in former times, Rabirius Postumus had been prosecuted for treason, although he only went after Ptolemy to Alexandria for the purpose of securing payment of a debt. Having tried to brand with disgrace several others, he, to his own greater shame, found them generally innocent, through the negligence of the persons employed to inquire into their characters; those whom he charged with living in celibacy, with want of children, or estate, proving themselves to be husbands, parents, and in affluent circumstances. One of the knights who was charged with stabbing himself, laid his bosom bare, to show that there was not the least mark of violence upon his body. The following incidents were remarkable in his censorship. He ordered a chariot, plated with silver, and of very sumptuous workmanship, which was exposed for sale in the Sigillaria, to be purchased, and broken in pieces before his eyes. He published twenty proclamations in one day, in one of which he advised the people, “Since the vintage was very plentiful, to have their casks well secured at the bung with pitch :” and in another, he told them, “that nothing would sooner cure the bite of a viper, than the sap of the yew-tree.”
  6. He undertook only one expedition, and that was of short duration. The triumphal ornaments decreed him by the senate, he considered as beneath the imperial dignity, and was therefore resolved to have the honour of a real triumph. For this purpose, he selected Britain, which had never been attempted by any one since Julius Caesar, and was then chafing with rage, because the Romans would not give up some deserters. Accordingly, he set sail from Ostia, but was twice very near being wrecked by the furious north-wester, upon the coast of Liguria, and near the islands called Stoechades. Having marched by land from Marseilles to Boulogne, he thence passed over to Britain, and part of the island submitting to him, within a few days after his arrival, without battle or bloodshed, he returned to Rome in less than six months from the time of his departure, and triumphed in the most solemn manner; to witness which, he not only gave leave to governors of provinces to come to Rome, but even to some of the exiles. Among the spoils taken from the enemy, he fixed upon the pediment of his house on the Palatine, a naval crown, in token of his having passed, and, as it were, conquered the Ocean, and had it suspended near the civic crown which was there before. Messalina, his wife, followed his chariot in a covered litter. Those who had attained the honour of triumphal ornaments in the same war, rode behind; the rest followed on foot, wearing the robe with the broad stripes. Crassus Frugi was mounted upon a horse richly caparisoned, in a robe embroidered with palm leaves, because this was the second time of his obtaining that honour.
  7. He paid particular attention to the care of the city, and to have it well supplied with provisions. A dreadful fire happening in the Aemiliana, which lasted some time, he passed two nights in the Diribitorium, and the soldiers and gladiators not being in sufficient numbers to extinguish it, he caused the magistrates to summon the people out of all the streets in the city, to their assistance. Placing bags of money before him, he encouraged them to do their utmost, declaring, that he would reward every one on the spot, according to their exertions. During a scarcity of provisions, occasioned by bad crops for several successive years, he was stopped in the middle of the forum by the mob, who so abused him, at the same time pelting him with fragments of bread that he had some difficulty in escaping into the palace by a back door. He therefore used all possible means to bring provisions to the city, even in winter. He proposed to the merchants a sure profit, by indemnifying them against any loss that might befall them by storms at sea; and granted great privileges to those who built ships for that traffic.
  8. To a citizen of Rome he gave an exemptions from the penalty of the Papia-Poppaean law to one who had only the Latin rights of citizenship, and to women the rights which by law belonged to those who had four children: which enactments are in force to this day.
  9. He completed some important public works which, though, not numerous, were very useful. The principal were an aqueduct, which had been begun by Gaius; an outlet for the discharge of the waters of the Fucine lake, and the harbour of Ostia; although he knew that Augustus had refused to comply with the repeated application of the Marsians for one of these, and that the other had been several times intended by Julius Caesar, but as often abandoned on account of the difficulty of its execution. He brought to the city the cool and plentiful springs of the Claudian water, one of which is called Caeruleus, and the other Curtius and Albudignus, as likewise the river of the New Anio, in a stone canal; and distributed them into many magnificent reservoirs. The canal from the Fucine lake was undertaken as much for the sake of profit, as for the honour of the enterprise; for there were parties who offered to drain it at their own expense, on condition of their having a grant of the land laid dry. With great difficulty he completed a canal three miles in length, partly by cutting through, and partly by tunneling, a mountain; thirty thousand men being constantly employed in the work for eleven years. He formed the harbour at Ostia, by carrying out circular piers on the right and on the left, with a mole protecting, in deep water, the entrance of the port. To secure the foundation of this mole, he sunk the vessel in which the great obelisk had been brought from Egypt; and built upon piles a very lofty tower, in imitation of the Pharos at Alexandria, on which lights were burnt to direct mariners in the night.

Foundation history of Rome

Foundation history of Rome

Some countries are famous in the entire world for their wide inventions, culture, lifestyle, and many more. Rome is also one of them and it has a very special place in history. You can see that still many parts of the country are highly influenced by Roman culture. Slave culture was quite famous for this particular country. People were kept slaves and they have to spend their lives serving others. But have you ever wonder about the fact that how this particular city was formed.

Myths vs facts

There are many sayings about this particular country. It is said that Romulus and this twin brother, Remus, formed this particular country. This myth was there in the fourth century B.C. Rome is quite famous because of the remarkable innovations that were done in this particular country. Since then many great things were found and now you can see that everyone has a separate place in their heart and knowledge about Rome. 

Many new traditional and cultural activities took place at this time. They worked on the various aspects and deals were done with the neighboring countries. It is said one the famous Ruler Romulus also offered many systems to the fugitive and give enough shelter for them. 

Facing problems and resolving 

Once they faced a problem of gender inequality. Due to the lack of women in the country, they came up with a unique plan and invited neighboring Sabines in the country. For this, they conducted a particular festival with a trick. Later they abducted their women and war took place. Sabine women were wise and they intervened in the war so that they can save the lives of their men. They worked in a pact and a peace treaty was there for it. Both the communities merged and a particular thing took place. 

Strategies for wars 

They have perfect war strategies and famous Trozen methodologies were also formed there for attacking and defeating the enemies. They fought many wars and started expanding their geographical area. Later they started attacking the different parts of the world and improved their army. Even you can find that many famous poems and stories are written about the various emperors of Rome. 

Famous rulers 

The most famous are Augustus and Julius Caesar about which you can find enough evidence in history and have more knowledge about the culture of Rome. Aeneas had also played a great role in the formation of their great city. Virgil poet has also written about this myth in his many poems and his journey to Rome. The city has great cultural and architectural knowledge. They put their knowledge into the work and invented many things.

The roman came to an end by the continuous attacks of the tribes. The dangerous fact is that these tribes were barbarian and they killed people in mass. Due to these regular attacks Romans has to face many challenges. The regular loss of the battle and other sectors they could not afford. This fact brings Rome to the end. 

GONE WITH THE WIND

GONE WITH THE WIND

As Part 2 opens, Scarlett is shown picking cotton in the fields at Tara. Later, when she goes inside, a Yankee straggler comes in and tries to steal what’s left of their money, but Scarlett kills him and takes all of his looted money.

The war is finally over!! (1865) Frank Kennedy wants Suellen to marry him, and Ashley comes home to Tara. But there is trouble, the Yankee carpetbaggers and southern scalawags have raised the taxes on Tara. Now they are $300 — an unreachable amount of money. Ashley and Scarlett talk at the barn. Scarlett confesses her love for him again He says that he admires her fearlessness. They kiss, and then Scarlett asks Ashley to run away, then he says that she can’t go because she has too much honor to leave Tara. Emmy Slattery and Mr. Wilkinson come to Tara and offer to buy it from them. Scarlett tells them to leave. Gerald gets on his horse to chases them away, but he falls off and dies from a fall while he is jumping.

Scarlett decides that she’ll go see Rhett in Atlanta and ask him for the $300. She dresses up in a dress that she made out of curtains. Rhett is in jail, and he says that he can’t get his money out because it is hidden in Europe. After this Scarlett runs into Frank Kennedy. She marries him for the $300 , and then she starts a lumber business with Ashley. As Scarlett is on her way to the mill, she is attacked by hobos, but Big Sam saves her life.

Later that night, the women are all together, and India tells off Scarlett for all of the things that she has done. The husbands have gone to the woods to attack the men who attacked Scarlett. Rhett tries to save them from doing it but it is too late, Ashley was shot and Frank Kennedy was killed. (Poor Scarlett, widowed again!) Rhett makes up a lie to tell the Yankees of them being at Belle Whatley’s house, so that they can get back inside without Ashley getting arrested. Melanie invites Belle to her house to thank her for saving Ashley’s life.

Scarlett and Rhett are talking and he again asks her to marry him, and this time she says yes. They go on a grand honeymoon to New Orleans. Scarlett wants to go back to Tara. They go back, and build a mansion in Atlanta. They have a baby girl named ‘Bonnie Blue’ Butler. Scarlett doesn’t want to have anymore children because she is still in love with Ashley. They separate, and Rhett goes to see Belle and she convinces him to go back, because the Bonnie needs him. Rhett gets drunk one night after Melanie’s party and he wants to rid Ashley in Scarlett’s mind forever. This is the famous ‘carry her (to bed) up the Grand Staircase’ scene.

The next morning he apologizes then says he is going to London and taking Bonnie with him. Bonnie hates it there and says that she wants to go home and see her mother. Rhett takes Bonnie home, and then says he’s leaving. Scarlett tells him that she is pregnant, they both say that they don’t want the baby and Rhett says maybe Scarlett will have an accident. As he says this she falls down the stairs. Scarlett lost the baby. After some time, Mellie tells Rhett that Scarlett is better. They are on the patio talking and watching Bonnie, when Bonnie decides that she will jump. But she does not make it and dies, just like Gerald.

Mammy calls on Mellie to help her, because Scarlett and Rhett are both distraught. But Mellie is very ill, and falls when she is at their house and never recovers. Mellie dies shortly after. Scarlett realizes as Mellie dies that her love for Ashley never existed, and that she really loves Rhett. She rushes home to tell him, but it is too late. He has already made up his mind to go to Charleston. Scarlett begs him not to go, “where shall I go …. what shall I do?” But Rhett says, “Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn.”

Scarlett believes that she needs to get him back so she says she’ll go to Tara to think, to the place that gives her strength. “After all,” Scarlett says, “tomorrow is another day.”

Starting off the great wall of china

Starting off the great wall of china

The great wall of china is said to be the most important and historical place in the entire world. People prefer to know about every part of history which involved this largest wall in the world. It is said that from the sky you can see only one thing from the naked eyes and that is the great wall of china. This wall has a great history and the reasons why it was built. However, many myths and other legends are famous for this great wall of china. But today we are going to mention some great facts about the building of this structure.

Origin of the idea

Originally emperor Qin Shi Huang came with this particular idea of creating the great wall of china. He ordered the construction of the great wall nearly 221 B.C. You can see that it is a huge structure and at that time no advanced resources were available that are available at present. People worked hard on every aspect and they created this wall with the conventional methods only.

The huge labor force was put on the work and they started building the great wall of china. You will not believe in this fact but this is the truth that more than millions of people were involved in the work were also died during the construction. The other thing that you will be surprised to know that many people were also buried in the wall itself when it was being created.

Different dynasty

Many dynasties worked towards the wall but it is said that after the death of the Qin Shi Huang and Qin Dynasty not many things were done with the progress of the wall. Due put the huge loss to the wall. After the fall of the Han dynasty, many tribes seized the control of northern China. Furthermore, one dynasty of china recognized the importance of the wall and played a major role to reinstall the structure in the right sense. The name of this particular dynasty was Northern Wei. They worked towards the repair, expansion, and maintenance of the wall to protect themselves from the regular attacks of the world.

Creation and expansion

Further, one more king put a significant contribution in this direction and started building the great wall of china. It is said that he worked in the same direction and repaired or build nearly nine hundred miles of the wall. It is said that he could not rules for a long time but his contribution to the wall was significant. This is so because during his reign he orders to expand and repair of the wall in several folds. They are known as the Bei Qi Kingdom and Sui Dynasty, which rules 550-577 and 581-681 considerably.

Gaining glory

The wall got much importance during the 18th and 20th centuries. Since then it is recognized as the most common emblem for china. This is also a symbol of Chinese strength and psychological representation in the entire world for them. Now they are controlling and maintain on the regular basis and it is open to the citizens and tourists as well.

Man Of History

Man Of History

Barack Obama, an African-American, steps into the vortex of power as America’s 44th president, with high hopes of bringing change not just to his country but the whole world.

It was a momentous event presaged by black civil rights leader, the late Martin Luther King Jnr, 46 years ago. And the outpouring of emotions, the joy, the celebrations all over the world, from Kenya, his father’s birth place to Japan, Indonesia, from the streets of New York, to London, Berlin and Paris—all underscored its historic significance. As Barack Obama, 47, stepped forward to be sworn in as America’s first black president on 20 January, hope in a new global chapter under his leadership was unmistakable. More than two million people crammed into Capitol Hill and other streets of Washington to watch Obama’s inauguration and listen to his speech. On television worldwide, about 1.5 billion watched the event. Such is the awesome response to Obama the world over.

Even in the Arab world where America is intensely disliked because of the foreign policy errors of past administrations, there is hope, as is the case in other parts of the world, that with Obama as the leader of the free world, change will come. And his middle name, Hussein, also makes him difficult to hate in the Muslim world. Salah al-Mohaisen, a Saudi man who runs a jewelry store in Riyadh said he was overjoyed at Obama’s election. “I feel that he could understand Arab suffering” he said, in apparent reference to the suffering of Palestinians, under Israel occupation.

In Iran, many of the citizens hope Obama will bring about a significant change in US policy and perhaps restore diplomatic relations between both countries. Muna Abdul Razak, a 37-year-old primary school teacher in the Northern Iraqi city of Mosal expressed the hope that “Obama will be more responsible than Bush who destroyed Iraq. “Everybody likes him. I am hopeful that he is really going to change things for the better, by transforming US policy towards the Middle East’’.

That the emergence of Barack Obama is not just a welcome departure from the brutish politics and war mongering that his predecessor, George W. Bush represented, the ascent of an African-American as president shows the country has buried many decades of racism and is poised to turn a new chapter of racial harmony.But the success story of the 47-year-old junior senator from Illinois began with the keynote address he read at the Democratic Convention in Boston in the summer of 2004. Before then, he was largely unknown outside his state of Illinois, where as a youth he cut his teeth as a community mobiliser. But that changed moments after he mounted the podium and delivered a moving speech about the American spirit and the artificial divisions working against the realisation of its full destiny.

“I stand here knowing that my story is part of the larger American story, that I owe a debt to all of those who came before me, and that in no other country on earth is my story even possible,” the young senator said.

Many who listened to his speech truly thought that he had a great future in politics, but not many would immediately tip him for the presidency. But Obama on 10 February 2008 announced his candidacy for the US top job. He had not even spent a full term as senator. He alluded to his inexperience when he said, “I know I haven’t spent a lot of time learning the ways of Washington. But I’ve been here long enough to know that the ways of Washington must change.” He faced Hillary Clinton, a former first lady, in the contest for the Democratic Party’s nomination. All political pundits and pollsters pointed to a Hillary Clinton victory against a man still seen as a political upstart.

But against all odds Obama prevailed. He trounced Clinton in the opening caucuses at Iowa, built up momentum and eventually beat her to the party’s ticket. His giant killing did not end there. For the presidential election proper he was up against Republican opponent, Senator John McCain of Arizona, who had spent close to 25 years in Congress. Though so much capital was made of Obama’s inexperience, he ran an aggressive, effective and technology-driven campaign, reaching out to Americans from all races and age, preaching the gospel of change. In mobilising Americans for the change he envisions, Obama also raised an unprecedented campaign funds of close to a billion dollars, from the people. He drove the point home that four more years of a Republican administration would be suicidal for the American people, as the ruling party had failed spectacularly to manage the economy, resulting in massive job and home losses. He made a good job of convincing Americans that McCain is not different from Bush

The rest is history. Four more years of an administration akin to that of Bush was inconceivable for Americans and so on 4 November, they gave Obama a landslide victory. His ascendance also redefined America’s electoral geography, as he won in states hitherto dominated by the Republicans.

Things you need to do to save humanity in you!

Things you need to do to save humanity in you!

It is almost a moral duty of every human being to perform some humanity things like kindness mercy help and so on around their surroundings, which helps you to save this word up to some extent and their moral values. Nowadays, we regularly appear from negative news like many wars happened between the world’s two nations. Whenever any War happened in the world, it not only affects the economic condition of a particular country but It also affects humanity’s overall rate in this very world, which is necessary for us to save to live our lives with peace and harmony.

Many persons exist in this world who regularly faces some significant problem just because of the particular reasons like having gone through the natural calamities and facing hate from the others. For example, in the Indian subcontinent country, many people suffer only because they are related to different caste and creed. Many high society people bring some wrong things with poor people, not suitable for humanity.

Furthermore, I would like to explain to you some things that will help you enlighten humanity in yourself and gives some kind of encouragement to others..

Take part in the cultural programs.

  • You must take part in the cultural programs where you can do various things to enlighten humanity among you. Every cultural program includes some specific items like dance dresses, and so on; many people also give some relief in the shape of real-time money to all the people who are related to the same caste and creed.
  • You need to give some money and food in this particular cultural program where you can get all the things you need to perform to become a real human being.
  • However, cultural programs also allow you to learn a few basics about your religion, which you belong to, and always help you learn humanity’s word in a more profound sense.

Be a part of welfare societies.

  • Becoming part of welfare societies is also essential for every people in this world to save humanity in themselves if you give some time to the Welfare societies, who go here and there to help all those suffering from the specific difficulty because of the natural calamities happened every year in the various parts of the world.
  • Whenever the Tornado Tsunami flood earthquake happened, many people started to suffer because of the lack of money, no place to live, and so on lost just because of the same calamity.
  • So at that time, you need to give some relief to all those suffering a lot because of the specific problems. You need to give some money in the shape of a donation to all the poor people who lost their essential family members and all the things they earn in their life.

All the above things can help you to improve your humanity standards, which you need to upgrade as a human being who wants to see peace and harmony in this world.

How the starting of big wars took place in the history

How the starting of big wars took place in the history

Great world wars brought destruction and death to the world. Several types of experiments were done to kill the enemies. In the race of collecting the most advanced wears, many people were spending their lives in research and development of advanced weapons. The world war first war, which started in a particular place but later on, spread in the entire world. In the historical records, you can find that millions of people were killed, lost, and handicapped in such wars.

Massive killing

Millions of soldiers were moving from one place to another to win the battles. One can also say that many wars were fought in history but this particular war is still famous for its large-scale operations in the battleground. Millions of people lost their lives. Civilians and combatants both were dead in the counting of millions. The worst part is that it came with the pandemic Spanish flu in which more than a hundred million people of the world died. This put a quite negative impact on the economical conditions and living standards of the people.

Signs of destruction

Some parts of the world were so much affected that you can still feel the signs of destruction in them. Centuries are gone but the pain in the heart of the people still exists whose relatives, friends, or known were affected. You can still feel the impact of the wars on their lives as well. You can say that it was the worst time for humanity. This put many negative impacts on the mind of the people and they were not able to cure for years.

Bringing death and destruction

Now you must be thinking about the negative impact of this historical event. Never forget the fact that wars are not good for anyone. Nevertheless, to be specific there were many negative impacts of world war I. this put the monarchies to the end in many countries, which included Germany, Turkey, Austria-Hungary, and Russia as well. Now people were becoming more ideological.

The other thing that it did was put colonialism to the end. People became conscious about the national value and they were paying special attention to stay as one nation. Colonial revolts were started in many countries. This spread like a forest fire and many started this revolution to put colonialism to an end.

Changing the face of war

Even after the massing death and destruction from the battle, many diseases started spreading. The world was not ready for it. Massing groups of soldiers were roaming around in the entire world and they have to travel to different places every day. Many serious diseases like Spanish flu, influenza spread in the entire world, and people started dying.

As per the estimation, nearly 25 million died because of the pandemic effect. Many new weapons were used in the battleground. This gave birth to the rat race of collecting more advanced weapons before another country does. This changes the face of the entire war and now armies of the various countries started thinking about the invention of new weapons.

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