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10 Events in History That have Amazingly Altered the Life Today

10 Events in History That have Amazingly  Altered the Life Today
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As old as a History Lecture sounds; its relevance to the present day is beyond doubt. Have you ever wondered what would happen if Vaccination was never discovered? Probably the Human race must have ceased to exist. Time is cyclic; but it never repeats itself. It moves in a helical form; continually enhancing its limits. So here we bring to you those events in History that shaped the future today. They Either made a perfect romantic movie, made you mourne , inspired you to push your limits or gave you a JOB.! 

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The Renaissance

The Renaissance

Renaissance or rebirth was a movement where culture, knowledge and way of living changed, only to become better. This great period of cultural evolution during 15th century led to discovery of unexplored lands by Vasco da Gama, Leonardo da Vinci. Also this era saw great painters and mind benders like Picasso, Michelangelo. It was the time of a bliss which inspired then and inspires even today.

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Death of Adolf Hitler

Death of Adolf Hitler
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Hitler was one the great and ruthless ruler, Hitler committed suicide. As improbable it sounds, as true it is. When the Russian armies came closing on him, he had little choice. Considering how he tormented people, killed masses, raped women, plagued children; he had more than death coming his way. Nazis believe in 'Death before Dishonor' and hence he engulfed Cyanide and ensured his death by taking a gunshot through his head on April 30, 1945.

Murder of John Lenon

Murder of John Lenon
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John Lenon was a great American singer who rose to fame as founder of the Beatles. During his later years he became an active politician. He was shot by Mark David Chapman. There are many stories as to why Chapman killed Lenon. Some say he was insane and thought he was the real Lenon but Lenon's wife Ono believed that he was hired by the government to kill him. Several of John's fan mourned on his death and millions of people gathered in Central Park and paused for 10 min to silently pray for Lenon. The radio and every other media did go off air to pay their respect to this great Legend.

Sinking Titanic

Sinking Titanic
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On the night of April 14, 1912; the largest passenger liner ship at the time met its fate by hitting an iceberg. 1,500 people including crew members died; making it one the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in history.

The Medical Revolution

The Medical Revolution
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The discovery of penicillin and vaccination are landmarks in the medical history. If not, the human race had long been extinct. Necessity is the mother of Invention and hence we live a life of health and sanity because someone fought hard to find solutions.

Tiananmen Square protests of 1989

Tiananmen Square protests of 1989
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Also known as '89 Democracy Movement was a student led demonstration in Beijing. This was later joined by city residents and many other people of China.

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The first Step on the Moon

The first Step on the Moon
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On the auspicious day of July 20, 1969 ; the Apollo 11 was launched and six hours later Neil Armstrong became the first man ever to step in the surface of the Moon.

The attack on Pearl Harbour

The attack on Pearl Harbour
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On December 7, 1941 the attack Imperial Japanese Navy attacked the US Naval Base at Pearl harbor. The US Army was taken by surprise and this attack made them enter the World War II.

Chernobyl Disaster

Chernobyl Disaster
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Measured on the scale of International Nuclear Scale, the Chernobyl catastrophe is the supposed to be one of the worst in terms of cost and number of deaths. On 26 April, 1986 ; the life of the all living things altered permanently with the advent of the harmful radiations through this explosion. And its effects still prevails.

The Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution
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With the invention of the printing press, the steam engine and manufacturing machines, the industries began to grow and flourish. It created jobs and a better standard of living. The Industrial revolution changed the course of history.

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