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This Board is created with the objective to study and review the human history in easy to understand step. We are very much concerned with our own history, with the development which has made us (mankind) what we are today.
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In 550 BC the Persian king Cyrus defeated the Medes and made himself ruler of a new empire. It was known as the Achaemenid Empire, after and ancestor of Cyrus who was named Achaemenes. Read More About PERSIAN EMPIRE : http://historyonweb.com/11/The%20Persian%20Empire

Cyrus Achaemenid King of Iran. In scope and extent his achievements ranked far above that of the Macedonian king, Alexander who was to demolish the country in the but failed to provide any stable alternative. —Charles Freeman in 'The Greek Achievement'

The great religions of the world all began in Asia. Three of them Judaism, Christianity and Islam began in the same area of west Asia. Hinduism and Buddhism began in India.

The great religions of the world all began in Asia. Three of them Judaism, Christianity and Islam began in the same area of west Asia. Hinduism and Buddhism began in India.

Ajmal Kasab’s journey from first crime to jihad

Read About India Attack And Ajmal Kasab Details

Read About India Attack And Ajmal Kasab Details

Ajmal Kasab’s journey from first crime to jihad

Which people in history are overrated? Read About Nelson Mandela

Which people in history are overrated? Read About Nelson Mandela

Eastern Religions

The great religions of the world all began in Asia. Three of them Judaism, Christianity and Islam began in the same area of west Asia. Hinduism and Buddhism began in India.

Which people in history are overrated? Read About Nelson Mandela

Which people in history are overrated? Read About Nelson Mandela

DID YOU KNOW: The late Middle Ages stand in the gap between the Norman Conquest of England, in 1066, and the modern period, which begins with Renaissance. Read More http://www.historyonweb.com/14/The%20Late%20Middle%20Ages

DID YOU KNOW: The late Middle Ages stand in the gap between the Norman Conquest of England, in 1066, and the modern period, which begins with Renaissance. Read More http://www.historyonweb.com/14/The%20Late%20Middle%20Ages

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