A historical uniform of soldiers from world war 2.

Easy History Fun Facts

Can you name the first Mughal or the Mongol emperors? Read about them and their significance in this history facts section.

They are known to immensely contributed to the history of the Asian continent.

Easy History Fun Facts

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The Great Wall of China was built by Qin Shi Huang, also known as China's first ruler.
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The Second World War lasted for 6 years from 1939 to 1945. The war led to the fall of the Nazis in Germany and saw the start of the nuclear age.
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Sir Edmund Percival Hillary, supported by Sherpa Tenzing Norway, was the first person to climb Mount Everest in 1953. It is the highest peak in the world.
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Genghis Khan, born in 1162, was the founder of the Mongol dynasty. He is credited with uniting the Mongol tribes. He conquered large parts of Asia and China.
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Babur, born in 1526 in Uzbekistan, was the first Mughal emperor. After becoming the ruler of Afghanistan, he invaded the Indian subcontinent.
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The pyramids are said to have been built in the city of Giza between 2,500 and 4,000 BC. The earliest pyramids are believed to have been erected during the rule of Pharaoh Anedjib.
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Titanic was on its maiden voyage in 1912 in the Atlantic Ocean when it was hit by an iceberg and sank.
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The United States of America was a British colony until 4 July 1776, when it declared its independence from British rule.
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India, which was ruled by the British for more than 200 years, attained independence on 15 August 1947. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru became the countries first Prime Minister post-independence.
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The Apollo 11 spacecraft launched in 1969 in an attempt to have humans land on the moon. Neil Armstrong was the first man step foot on the moon, followed by Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin.