The Most Important Event of the 20th Century? How the Assassination of Franz Ferdinand Can Still Be Felt Now - Made From History

The Most Important Event of the 20th Century? How the Assassination of Franz Ferdinand Can Still Be Felt Now - Made From History

Can make most of these! (since I can't buy it!:( World War I by the Numbers - Infographic from the History Channel

Can make most of these! (since I can't buy it!:( World War I by the Numbers - Infographic from the History Channel

How Come They Don't Teach You This In High School History? This Is Absolutely Brilliant!

How Come They Don't Teach You This In High School History? This Is Absolutely Brilliant!

The creative work of artists taken from "The Rituals of Artists" (a book I highly recommend.) This infographic is a fascinating depiction of these daily routines. The green is their creative work. #writing

Here's How The World's Most Brilliant People Scheduled Their Days

The creative work of artists taken from "The Rituals of Artists" (a book I highly recommend.) This infographic is a fascinating depiction of these daily routines. The green is their creative work. #writing

Flags of the World: The Stories Behind Them #infographic #Flags #Travel

Flags of the World: The Stories Behind Them #infographic

Flags of the World: The Stories Behind Them #infographic #Flags #Travel

July 1914 was the month that changed the world, but who were the people that contributed to that change? We wrap up the series with a Who’s Who of World War I. #WWI #1914 #history #WW1

Political map of Who's Who in World War I [infographic

July 1914 was the month that changed the world, but who were the people that contributed to that change? We wrap up the series with a Who’s Who of World War I. #WWI #1914 #history #WW1

This "The Best..." list is a little different from previous ones. All I've done is copy and paste my World War I post from our class' United States History blog (by the way, a large part of my enti...

This "The Best..." list is a little different from previous ones. All I've done is copy and paste my World War I post from our class' United States History blog (by the way, a large part of my enti...

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