historical events

People Debate Which Historical Events Should Be Turned Into A Movie

Why is Hollywood doing so many remakes and reboots?

There are so many stories to tell and produce.

History is at our fingertips.

Wars, death, great love, betrayal, science...

I would see all of that.

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People Share The Historical Event They Want To Know The Absolute Truth About
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The historical record is vast and changes as we make new discoveries. Our understanding of many historical events is far more different now, even stronger, than it was years ago.

But there are still so many things we do not know and barring some crazy new discovery or admission from players with the right knowledge, it's likely that certain answers might be lost to history altogether.

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The number of people killed during World War II is staggering... about 70 million for those of you who don't know.

For comparison there are only 19 countries today whose current population is bigger than amount of people that died in six years of war.

Crazy, huh? Don't underestimate the impact of this event! History is fascinating.

People shared more information after Redditor alfawolfvii asked the online community,

"What are some crazy WWII facts you know?"
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People Break Down Which Events Would No Longer Surprise Them After 2020
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One thing is for certain—there was life before 2020 and life after 2020.

Between political polarization and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it's safe to say that humanity is tired.

We're all tired. And you know what, reality just doesn't seem like it makes sense anymore.

So what could happen now?

It's 2022 and the world seems crazier than ever. There are so many possibilities.

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The Black Death is notable for wiping out much of the population of continental Europe. It was a terrible, devastating, and protracted event that was no doubt traumatic for those who managed to survive it.

But did you know that it led directly to the average person having a say in how they are ruled? With a shortage of workers, peasants found themselves with considerably more bargaining power. Migration patterns changed and different towns and cities grew out of the wreckage.

It's wild to think about: If the plague had not happened, would we all still be serfs?

But the Black Death isn't the only historical event with a macabre silver lining. People shared their thoughts with us after Redditor follopie asked the online community,

"What are some of the 'necessary evils' of history?"
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