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Infographic on the Mongol Empire

Infographic on the Mongol Empire

In honor of the centennial of World War I, we're remembering the momentous period of history that forever changed the world as we know it. July 1914 was the month that changed the world. On 28 June 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated, and just five weeks later the Great Powers of Europe were at war. But how did it all happen?

In honor of the centennial of World War I, we're remembering the momentous period of history that forever changed the world as we know it. July 1914 was the month that changed the world. On 28 June 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated, and just five weeks later the Great Powers of Europe were at war. But how did it all happen?

Via the Fall 2013 issue of Lapham's Quarterly (the theme of which is "Death") comes a morbidly fascinating way of measuring the loss of life.

Via the Fall 2013 issue of Lapham's Quarterly (the theme of which is "Death") comes a morbidly fascinating way of measuring the loss of life.

Northern Crusades XIII cnt.

Northern Crusades XIII cnt.

Niam Niam: the Cannibal Map of the World | Big Think

Niam Niam: the Cannibal Map of the World | Big Think

The Cannibal Map of the World. Early 20th century. This map, from the German/Austrian publisher A. Hartleben, dating from the early 20th century by the look of it, presents a map of the range of anthropophagy, both contemporary (in red) and historical (in yellow).

The Cannibal Map of the World. Early 20th century. This map, from the German/Austrian publisher A. Hartleben, dating from the early 20th century by the look of it, presents a map of the range of anthropophagy, both contemporary (in red) and historical (in yellow).

old infographic - Cerca con Google

old infographic - Cerca con Google

“A View of the Comparative Lengths of the Principal Rivers and Heights of the Principal Mountains in the World”, published by Orr & Smith in London (1836), featuring 44 rivers and a hundred or so mountains.

“A View of the Comparative Lengths of the Principal Rivers and Heights of the Principal Mountains in the World”, published by Orr & Smith in London (1836), featuring 44 rivers and a hundred or so mountains.

This map, made by Harold Fiske in 1944, shows the many historical meandering routes of the lower Mississippi river.

This map, made by Harold Fiske in 1944, shows the many historical meandering routes of the lower Mississippi river.

A Evolução Dos Armamentos 1066 ~ 2014

A Evolução Dos Armamentos 1066 ~ 2014