• Republic Day History, importance, and why is it Celebrates
    Republic Day India We will talk about Republic Day, We will talk about some countries which are independent but not Republic We will talk about the difference between democracy and Republic We will talk about the history of Indian Republic. We can say a country as a republic country if the topmost position of the […]
  • Billy the Kid | Biography, Death, & Facts
    Born: 23 Nov 1859 New York, U.S Died: 14 July 1881 (aged21) Fort Sumner, New Mexico Territory Death Reason: Gunshot Wound Also Known as: William H. Bonney, Henry McCarty, Brushy Bill Occupation: Cattle rustler, cowboy and ranch hand, horse thief, gambler, outlaw Summary Billy the Kid was a notorious criminal of the American Wild West, […]
  • Mayans | People, Civilization, Pyramid & Empire
    Who were the Maya, and why did their thriving civilization suddenly collapse and fail? It is a question that has puzzled historians and explorers for decades—one which has given rise to a variety of theories, none of them entirely adequate. We may never know how and why a people that had endured for thousands of […]
  • Middle Ages | Definition, Time Period, Castle & Facts
    It is hard to imagine life without the creature comforts on which we have all come to rely. Forget mobile phones and computers; nowadays,  we take things like electricity, running water, and indoor plumbing for granted. During the  Middle Ages, people survived without things that we might consider to be basic human needs. Let’s look at […]
  • Battle of Ain Jalut | Summary
    Battle of Ain Jalut (1258) Ain Jalut: Baghdad had been destroyed and it was for the first time in history that no Muslim caliphate existed. Since Baghdad was in the Ashes, the Abbasi caliphate which led Muslims to 500 had also ended. In such a situation, all the cities of the Muslims were becoming part […]
  • Genghis Khan | Biography, Conquests, Achievements, & Facts
    Born: Temujin, c 1162, near Lake Baikal Died: August 18, 1227, (aged 65) Spouse: Borte, Yisui, Juerbiesu, Khulan Khatun, Yesulun Khatun, Yesugen Khatun, Moge Khatun, Ibaqa Khatun Issue: Jochi, Chagatai, Ogedei, Alakhai Bekhi, Tolui, others Empire: Mongol Empire Rise of Genghis Khan The Famous Genghis Khan—innovative leader, military genius, or violent warmonger? As the first […]
  • Inca Empire | History, Achievements, & Culture
    The Inca Empire The Inca empire covered the Maule River (in central Chile), down the Pacific coastline, and to Ecuador’s modern-day northern border. These South American Indians – and their history – have long inspired books, theories, and myths about their culture and final decline. Their capital in Cuzco (now Peru) was founded in the […]
  • Operation Barbarossa | History, Summary, Combatants, & Facts
    Date: 22 June – 5 December 1941 (5 months, 1 week, and 6 days) Location: Central Europe, (Northeast Europe), Eastern Europe Context: World War II Participants: Germany, Red Army, Soviet Union Nazi Germany Invades Soviet Union Nazi Germany launched Operation Barbarossa – the invasion of the Soviet Union – nearly two years after the start […]
  • World War II | Facts, History, & Causes
    World War 2 Causes World War II was one of the largest and most devastating events in human history, leading to over 55 million deaths worldwide. Between 1939 and 1945, relentless battles took place on land, sea, and air, with all populated continents touched by its ravages. Many horrible events occurred in its name, including […]
  • Taj Mahal | Definition, Story, History, & Facts
    Taj mahal In Agra The Taj Mahal, a beautiful white marble monument in the city of Agra, is a mausoleum complex in Uttar Pradesh, India. The Taj Mahal was built in memory of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan (reigned 1628–58) in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died in childbirth in 1631 after becoming […]