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Execution of Louis XVI by Georg Heinrich Sieveking (1793)
Historical events don’t happen in isolation. Events on one side of the globe can have far-reaching and long-lasting impacts on the other and the French Revolution (1789-1799) is a perfect example of this. 1,032 more words
In The Turmoil Booth Tarkington has crafted a novel about human and national ambition that illuminates while it entertains.
Sheridan — he’s called only by his last name — built his town into a city by hard work, business acumen, including some shady deals, and luck. 243 more words
August 2, 1966: The Charles R. Drew medical school (later Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science) becomes part of the State of California as a private, nonprofit, educational institution. 861 more words