When this Oklahoma school decided to replace and modernize their equipment, they came to a shocking conclusion. Where you would normally find wires and other nonsense, there were chalkboards behind. Not just chalkboards, but chalkboards with old drawings and lessons on it. Dating almost a hundred year ago. Needless to say they were gonna
To be fair i don’t know much about Asia. Sure i had history lessons and a lot got covered. But only looking at how China developed itself in the last hundreds of years is staggering. From the days of the dynasty’s to the land they now got united. Most of the things changed now,
We all know certain historical events. Either we’ve been there or we’ve seen it. The second one is either via some sort of media. Most of the time via pictures. The most historical things we remember from the really old days are photo’s. One guy standing up against a whole line of tanks (and
I don’t care about politics, or about the huge invoice of refugees we’re getting. The only thing i care about is i don’t have to worry about fierce animals shredding or eating me to death. I can safely walk into the woods, or swim in a lake and not get eaten alive by one
Once thought to be the most densely populated place on Earth, with 50,000 people crammed into only a few blocks, these fascinating pictures give a rare insight into the lives of those who lived Kowloon Walled City. Kowloon Walled City was a densely populated, largely ungoverned settlement in New Kowloon, Hong Kong. Originally a
Camera’s have been around for a long time. Nowadays most of the pictures being shot are useless anyway since it’s more quantity than quality. Also they didn’t have a narcissism-stick aka selfie-stick. Apart from character shots, most photo’s had to be good on the first try. They had to tell something, they needed to
Ah yes, camouflage. Perfect for snipers. Or… ships. Camouflage on ships is actually way more interesting than concealment. The designs are not necessarily meant to conceal the ships as much as it was meant to make it more difficult to determine the actual shape, type, or distance from the ship by changing the silhouette.
Strange and unusual ancient weapons. Unless you play D&D in which case you’ve probably heard of most of these. History is so big and with every minute getting bigger, and it’s impossible to recognize and remember everything. Personally i liked history lessons, but to a certain point. A lot of knowledge is forgotten, so
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