The History of Concorde Airplanes

The History of Concorde Airplanes

The concorde turbojet was one of only two examples of supersonic transports to ever be operated commerically, and was operated from 1969 until 2003.

The Three Mile Island Accident

The Three Mile Island Accident

On March 28, 1979, the Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station in Pennsylvania caused mass panic when it experienced a partial meltdown.

The Great Lakes Refugee Crisis

The Great Lakes Refugee Crisis

Over two million Rwandans fled from their home-country to the neighboring countries of the Great Lakes region in the aftermath of the Rwandan...

Countries That No Longer Exist

Countries That No Longer Exist

Since the turn of the 1900s, there have been a number of countries whose name and shape have changed as a result of politics and war.

Falklands War

Falklands War

For ten weeks, Argentina and the United Kingdom fought over two British overseas territories in the South Atlantic.

Who Was Charlotte Amalie?

Who Was Charlotte Amalie?

Charlotte Amalie is the name of the capital city of the U.S. Virgin Islands, named after Charlotte Amalie of Hasse-Kassel.

What Were the Friendship Games?

What Were the Friendship Games?

In an act of boycott against the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics , the Soviet Union held their own international multi-sport event called the...