Beautiful History op Facebook.

Door Polliewop84 gepubliceerd op Saturday 29 June 15:47

http://www.facebook.com/Beautifulhistoryoftheworld

De Facebook pagina voor de historische verhalen en weetjes. Dit is mijn nieuwste pagina dus er staat nog niet zo heel veel op, maar het begin is er en ik heb er zin in.

Mijn passie is geschiedenis. Ik kijk documentaires, zoek dingen op op Google en bekijk foto's. Als ik dan wat interesants zie post ik dat op deze Facebook pagina. Zelf vind ik het leuk als ik bepaalde stukken vind wat bijna niemand weet dat dat vroeger is gebeurt. De verloren geschiedenis zeg maar.

Hieronder zie je een selectie van wat er op deze Facebook pagina al staat: 
(Dit is wel in het engels geschreven.)

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In 1927 Otto Rohwedder invented sliced bread. He made the first machine to slice and wrap bread and won a patent for the process. After only six years from invention, more sliced bread was sold than unsliced.

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The first policewoman was Alice Stebbins Wells who joined the LAPD in 1910. Because she was the first (and only) policewoman, she designed her own police uniform. Four years later, Britain had their first woman policeman.

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Santa Claus is based on a real person, St. Nikolas of Myra, who lived during the fourth century. Born in Patara (in modern-day Turkey), he is the world’s most popular non-Biblical saint, and artists have portrayed him more often than any other saint except Mary.

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The historical search for the legendary thief Robin Hood has turned up masses of possible names. One candidate includes the Yorkshire fugitive Robert Hod, also known as Hobbehod or Robert Hood of Wakefield….. The large number of suspects iscomplicated further as the name Robin Hood became a common term for an outlaw. As literature began to add new characters to the tale such as Prince John and Richard the Lionheart the trail became more obscure. To this day no one knows who this criminal really was.

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Voor verdere geschiedenis kan je dus kijken op:
http://www.facebook.com/Beautifulhistoryoftheworld

 

Enjoy!

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