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This Independence Day, India will remember her 1.3 million troops of WWI - Times of India

This Independence Day, India will remember her 1.3 million troops of WWI - Times of India | History and geography (premieres) | Scoop.it
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This Independence Day, India will remember her 1.3 million troops of WWI
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In the killing fields of Gallipoli in 1915, Australia and New Zealand found their national identities.

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Joy Kinley's curator insight, July 22, 2014 10:57 AM

Even though WWI was a global war, we in the West seem to think of it as a purely European War (or using the primarily European descent former colonies).  Millions of people from throughout Asia  and Africa fought in this war as well and their contributions should be honored and remembered.

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Transport in European cities

Transport in European cities | History and geography (premieres) | Scoop.it

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World War 2/II in Colour / The Second World War in Colour [FULL FILM DOCUMENTARY]

"The Second World War in Colour" or simply "Colour of War" as it is released here in Belgium is a very good documentary about WWII and how it affected life a...

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Martin Luther King: the speech - interactive

Martin Luther King: the speech - interactive | History and geography (premieres) | Scoop.it
Fifty years after Martin Luther King delivered his 'I have a dream' speech at the march on Washington of 28 August 1963, Gary Younge explores a defining moment in civil rights history that changed America and the world...
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10 Creepiest Abandoned Cold War Missile Silos

10 Creepiest Abandoned Cold War Missile Silos | History and geography (premieres) | Scoop.it

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Mapping the divide: Adrian Frith’s street-by-street language and race maps of South Africa | The South African

Mapping the divide: Adrian Frith’s street-by-street language and race maps of South Africa | The South African | History and geography (premieres) | Scoop.it
This fascinating map series will help South Africans - and interested foreigners - to better understand just how physically divided the Rainbow Nation still remains, and how much opportunity there is for more and better mixing...
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WATCH: Europe's History In Just Minutes

WATCH: Europe's History In Just Minutes | History and geography (premieres) | Scoop.it
Always wanted to learn more about European history but could never find the time? Look no further than the time-lapse map in the video above, which has boiled down the continent's history into just three-and-a-half minutes.

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Joy Kinley's curator insight, September 4, 2013 3:17 PM

You can see the rise and fall of empires.