28 April

Out of all the stories documenting the atrocities and horrors of the Holocaust, Anne Frank’s posthumously published work The Diary of a Young Girl offers a compelling and insightful account of the event while simultaneously tugging away at every reader’s emotional cord. The political strife and socially prejudiced persecution of Jews forced her family into […]

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28 April

If You Ever Feel Dumb, Just Remember… CamTrader brings you funny articles and posts from around the web to lighten your day. Go to the Source of this funny post if you would like to see more. CLICK HERE Author: liver: https://www.eatliver.com/feed/

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27 April

In 1938, Douglas Corrigan landed his plane at the Baldonnel Aerodrome near Dublin, Ireland. When approached by ground crews, Corrigan quickly stated, “Just in from New York. Where am I? I intended to fly to California.” “Wrong Way” Corrigan would quickly become a celebrity as a result of his “mistake,” becoming the 1st pilot to […]

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27 April

Back in 1950, a book titled Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health was published and released in stores all over America. It was a self-help book, authored by fantasy and science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard. In the years that followed, this book would form the basis of the controversial, and some would say […]

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27 April

The Hagia Sophia — or Ayasofya in Turkish — undeniably occupies the most prominent spot on the vast skyline of Turkey’s largest city, Istanbul, the bridging metropolis between Asia and Europe. Initially, it was a Christian site of worship, erected during the 4th century AD, and what we see today on the site is not […]

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27 April

Located in San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz Island has had several different purposes. After its exploration in the 1840s, it originally became home to the American West Coast’s first lighthouse. Later it became a military fort, then a military prison, and, finally, the most notorious federal penitentiary in our nation’s history. Alcatraz is famous for being […]

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27 April

Many years ago, I struggled with obesity. It was a time where I was on the 2 for 1 Burger King diet. The first 30 lbs were quite easy to lose, the remaining 90 lbs were extremely hard to shed off. The reason why it was so hard? Because I didn’t know what to do. […]

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27 April

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! The glow worm, one of Australia’s most dazzling bioluminescent creatures, is actually the larvae of a fungus gnat. The insect, which looks like a maggot, is a carnivore. They are also very tiny—just a few millimeters long—and thrive in dark, damp caves and rocky overhangs in the rainforest. […]

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27 April

Meet The Swim Reaper: New Zealand’s Water Safety Mascot If you’re gonna make stupid decisions in the water, he’ll be waiting. He’s New Zealand’s water safety mascot, and his Instagram is brilliant. Featured below are some of his funniest photos. CamTrader brings you funny articles and posts from around the web to lighten your day. […]

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26 April

While Henry VIII is best known for his six wives and for breaking away from the Pope and forcing England to become a Protestant country, he also declared war at various times throughout his reign. He invaded France twice, and twice England clashed with Scotland on the battlefield, leading to the ends of James IV […]

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