Topic for History

A place to talk about war history, and past civilizations. Maybe add some interesting stuff like conspiracy theories about past leaders or fun facts about history in general. AND IF YOU DO TALK ABOUT THE CRUSADES, WW1, WW2 OR ANY OTHER WAR PLEASE BE RESPECTFUL AND FOLLOW DISCOURSE RULES.

Joseph Stalin’s death conspiracy theory

Aw man I wanted to talk about CodingCrusader


You can, just be respectful, and not that crusader this one:

(it was a joke)

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Well he is the coding CRUSADER :slightly_smiling_face:

someone photoshop a computer and a code symbol onto that photo and we’ll have the coding crusader XD

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A battle was named after me:

Battle of Jacob’s Ford

This was during the crusades

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where’s the computer

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wait nvm


I fought in the great clodibg crusade it was grusum many codes where deleted or bugged


oh no

did you survive?

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With my bugs and errors I survived

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There is a theory that George Washington was the cause of the great fire in New York:

Was George Washington the one who burned New York?

Did you know that 633,000 died at the Battle of Stalingrad, but 1,000,000 died at Leningrad?

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This day in history:

The animated TV series The Simpsons aired its 636th episode, surpassing Gunsmoke (1955–75) to become the longest-running scripted prime-time show in the United States.

In what was thought to be the lowest-attended baseball game in MLBhistory, the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Chicago White Sox, 8–2, in an empty Camden Yards, Baltimore; the game was closed to fans because of rioting in the city following the death of an African American man who was fatally injured while in police custody.

Riots erupted in Los Angeles in response to the verdict of a highly publicized trial of four white Los Angeles police officers who were acquitted of charges related to the 1991 beating of Rodney King, a black motorist who had resisted arrest.

A tropical cyclone struck Bangladesh, killing an estimated 140,000 people and causing 10 million to lose their homes.

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld, whose television show Seinfeld was a landmark of American pop culture in the late 20th century, was born in Brooklyn, New York.

The U.S. Seventh Army liberated tens of thousands of inmates at the Nazi concentration camp in Dachau, Germany.

Orchestral conductor Zubin Mehta was born in Bombay (Mumbai), India.

About 10,000 British troops surrendered to Ottoman Turks at Al-KĹ«t, Iraq, following a five-month siege during World War I.

American composer, bandleader, and pianist Duke Ellington, among the most significant figures in jazz history, was born.

British explorer James Cook made his first landing in Australia, at Botany Bay.

French national heroine Joan of Arc and her troops entered the besieged city of Orléans during the Hundred Years’ War.

From: On This Day - What Happened Today In History | Britannica


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Clint Eastwood in A Fistful of Dollars

Italian director Sergio Leone—who popularized the “spaghetti western” with his hugely successful Dollar trilogy, which included the masterpiece The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966)—died at age 60. Test your knowledge of cinema

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc.


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The South Vietnamese capital of Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) fell to North Vietnamese troops during the Vietnam War. Discover the key events of the Vietnam War


Adolf Hitler

German dictator Adolf Hitler and his wife, Eva Braun, committed suicide in a bunker in Berlin. How much do you know about Adolf Hitler?

Heinrich Hoffmann, Munich


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The National Broadcasting Company made the first public television broadcast in the United States, at the New York World’s Fair.


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American country singer and songwriter Willie Nelson was born. Test your knowledge of musical forms and styles


Bessie Coleman

Aviator Bessie Coleman, the first American woman to obtain an international pilot’s license from the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, died after her plane crashed during rehearsal for an aerial show. Take our quiz about famous firsts for women




U.S. President William McKinley signed the Hawaiian Organic Act, which made Hawaii a territory of the United States. Sort fact from fiction in our quiz about Hawaii

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Casey Jones

American railroad engineer Casey Jones, later made famous in song, died in a train wreck. Take our quiz about American personalities

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J.J. Thomson

English physicist J.J. Thomson announced that he had discovered the electron, which helped revolutionize the knowledge of atomic structure; he later was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics. Test your knowledge of physics

From Practical Physics by Robert Andrews Millikan and Willard R. Pyle, 1922

From:On This Day - What Happened Today In History | Britannica

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