What are some cool history facts?

What are some cool history facts?

Here are 50 such tidbits, in no particular order.

  • Turkeys Were Once Worshipped Like Gods.
  • Paul Revere Never Actually Shouted, “The British Are Coming!”
  • The Olympics Used to Award Medals for Art.
  • One Time, 100 Imposters Claimed to Be Marie Antoinette’s Dead Son.
  • Napoleon Was Once Attacked By a Horde of Bunnies.

What is the most interesting fact of today?


1. Hot water will turn into ice faster than cold water.
2. The Mona Lisa has no eyebrows.
3. The sentence, “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog” uses every letter in the English language.
4. The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue.

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What happened on this Day in history in Australia?

On This Day: Australians first to reach South Magnetic Pole Mawson, David and Mackay braved frostbite, starvation and 2028km of difficult Antarctic terrain to reach the South Magnetic Pole.

What happened on the 26th of January?

Observed annually on 26 January, it marks the 1788 landing of the First Fleet at Sydney Cove and raising of the Union Flag by Arthur Phillip following days of exploration of Port Jackson in New South Wales….

Australia Day
Type National
Significance Date of landing of the First Fleet in Port Jackson in 1788

What is special about January 27th?

January 27th is the twenty-seventh day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, Germany first observed International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Finnish Civil War began, and the University of Georgia was founded, becoming the first public university in the United States.

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