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25 Interesting Historical Facts That Will Mess Up With Your Perception Of Time

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25 Interesting Historical Facts That Will Mess Up With Your Perception Of Time

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Except you’re an amateur historian, it’s very possible you can’t appear to recognize how Titanic and Ecstasy have one thing in common. You probably might also be unable to figure out that Queen Elizabeth and Marilyn Monroe are somehow correlated.

Don’t think it! They’re not sisters, and we won’t be discussing conspiracy theories but rather thing founds out on human history, including old era, ancient times, modern era and interestingly the future.

If you’re thinking what I am thinking, your mind would then not be able to accept these discovered facts listed in this article. Regardless, you can still have a glance!

#1 Ecstasy was made the year the Titanic sank in 1912.

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#2 Calculus was actually invented years after Harvard University was established.

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#3 Barack Obama won the election the year the last widow of a civil war veteran passed away.

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#4 Auschwitz prisoners didn’t know the taste of McDonald’s which was founded days after they were sent there in 1940.

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#5 1967, NASA was already exploring space. Meanwhile, scientists finally agreed on tectonic plates.

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#6 Mother Teresa died 5 days after Princess Diana died on August 31, 1997.

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#7 London Underground used to be transportation that also takes you to see public hanging.

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#8 The Oregon trail was first trodden by wagon in 1843, the year when fax machine was invented.

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#9 Swiss women were granted their rights to vote during the year US drove a buggy on the moon in 1971.

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#10 Pilgrims made it Plymouth Rock when ‘Palace Of The Governors’ was already erected in New Mexico.

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#11 The last person on death row for the guillotine in France died when Star Wars came out in 1977.

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#12 This Bristlecone Pine is the oldest tree alive and was 1,000 years old when Wooly Mammoth died out.

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#13 Anne Frank was the same age as Martin Luther King (1929).

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#14 Japanese was playing Nintendo when Jack the Ripper was still haunting London in 1889.

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#15 George Washington doesn’t know the existence of dinosaur as he died in 1799, 25 years before the first fossil was found.

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#16 Oxford University is hundreds of years older than The Aztec Empire (1428)

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#17 The Egyptians were building the Pyramid in 2660 BCE when Mammoths were still roaming the earth.

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#18 This tortoise is Harriet who passed away back in 2016. It’s also the only tortoise who’s seen Charles Darwin in person.

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#19 Marilyn Monroe and Queen Elizabeth are shaking hands here during a movie premiere in London, 1956. They were both 30 then.

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#20 America’s 10th President, John Tyler (1970) has two grandsons who are still alive today, in 2019.

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#21 Eiffel Tower Was Inaugurated In 1889 For The World’s Fair, Which Was The Same Year Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ Was Painted

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#22 The First Underground Line In London Was Opened On January 10, 1863. At That Time, The Civil War Was Still Raging In The United States

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#23 Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Was Published In The Summer Of 2007. The Same Summer First Iphone Model Was Released

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#24 The Brooklyn Bridge Was Being Built During The Battle Of Little Bighorn (1876)

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#25 Microsoft Was Founded While Spain Was Still A Fascist Dictatorship (1975)

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