Modified Ist Admiralty Pattern Talbot, The First Armoured were modified touring cars. The chassis for the six cars of this pattern, made in November 1914. These were supplied by Clement-Talbot Ltd., of North Kensington London. They were open topped and carried two maximum machine guns which fired over the side amour.

The Armoured Cars and Tanks

Motor cars had made their appearance in the closing years of the nineteenth century. By the time that war broke out the efficiency and reliability of the internal combustion engine. On which these machines...
(Left to right) Deputy Führer Rudolf Hess, Hitler, and Gauleiter Julius Streicher.

Memorable Photographs of Nazi History

Within three years of their first electoral success, the Nazis get hold of political power in Germany when Adolf Hitler became chancellor on January 30, 1933. That beautiful clear evening Hitler stood in the...
It provided an ideal opportunity (and the first) for British aviation scientists to study the intricacies and details of Zeppelin technology at first hand.

The Wrecking and the Wreck of Zeppelin LZ33

On the night of September 24th, 1916, the Zeppelin L33 was brought down by the combined efforts of the London defenses and 2nd Lieut. A de B Brandon of 39 Squadron, flying his BE2c...
The Fax Machine with laser-quality print, produce faxes that are far more legible and durable than old ones made on heat sensitive paper, which soon faded and became unreadable.

When Was Fax Machine Invented?

When Was Fax Machine Invented? From the mid-19th century, inventors had been working on ways of transmitting words and images down the telegraph or the telephone wires. The German physicist Arthur Korn is generally...
Like the Greek historian Thucydides & American historian Francis Parkman, Samuel Eliot Morison writes his books from firsthand experiences.

Samuel Eliot Morison – Famous American Scholar & Historian

Like the Greek historian Thucydides and the American historian Francis Parkman, Samuel Eliot Morison writes his books as much as possible from firsthand experiences. Indirect contact with the events that he recorded in his...
Sake Dean Mahomed was born in May 1759. His association with British East India Company not only supported him to learn the English language.

Sake Dean Mahomed – First Indian to Publish a Book in English

Who was Sake Dean Mahomet? He was a soldier, a masseuse, a restaurateur, a doctor, a litterateur, an entrepreneur, a Muslim, and a Christian.  He was an extraordinary man who spiced up the life of an...
History of Chromatography term “chromatography” was coined by Mikhail Tsvet drawing on two Greek Roots: Chroma (color) & graphein (writing). 

The History of Chromatography

The History of Chromatography is very interesting to know. But the word might also be a play on the botanist’s own surname, which means ‘color’ in Russian. According to this interpretation, ‘chromatography’ would literally mean...
The obelisk of the Englishman's attentions was Cleopatra's Needle, sixty-eight feet tall It had been presented to England half a century earlier by the Egyptian ruler Muhammed Ali.

Obelisk’s – Symbols of Conquest and Mysterious Power

An Obelisk's Perilous Voyage Egypt's stone originally raised in homage to the sun have been coveted since Roman times as symbols of conquest and mysterious power. it is  Weighing an average of 150 tons,...
Johannes Hevelius published the first detailed map of the surface of the Moon in 1647. He was born on 28 Jan 1611 in Danzig a city in Poland.

Johannes Havelius – First Man Who Map the Moon

Johannes Hevelius published the first detailed map of the surface of the Moon in 1647. He was born on 28 January 1611 in Danzig (Gdansk), now a city in Poland. His German name was...
The History of Bulldozer began in 1923 at Morrowwville, Kanas, on the site of a pipeline being built by the Sinclair Oil Company.

The Brief History of Bulldozer

The History of Bulldozer began in 1923 at Morrowwville, Kanas, on the site of a pipeline being built by the Sinclair Oil Company. For many decades, bulldozers are getting bigger and bigger and more...
Mutt, a French Bulldog and member of the U.S. 11th Engineers in WW1, he delivered cigarettes throughout the front lines, 1918

Mutt – The French Bulldog of WWI

I recently stumble upon a brave dog who served the US military in World War 1. That is Mutt - The French Bulldog of WWI who worked as a trench messenger - From the...
The Mystery of Utsuro-Bune?

The Mystery of Utsuro-Bune?

In the year 1803, many fishermen in Hitachi province on the eastern coast of Japan reported seeing a strange vessel wash up onshore. They described the vessel as circular, hollow, and made of metal...
The last photo have ever taken of Hachiko Dog who waited for 9 years after the death of his master outside the train station every morning until he himself passed away in 1920's.

The True Devotion and Loyalty of Hachiko Dog

The last photo have ever taken of Hachiko Dog who waited for 9 years after the death of his master outside the train station every morning until he himself passed away in 1920's. That's...
The last image taken of The Titanic, 1912

The Historical Rare Pictures of RMS Titanic Ship

More than 100 years before has sailed by since the luxury steamship RMS Titanic met its catastrophic end in the North Atlantic. The ship plunging two miles to the ocean floor after sideswiping an...

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