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Basic History Fun Facts

Debates and speeches on television are a common norm these days. But do you know when the first time a President of a country televised his speech was?

Read on these basic history fun facts to get the answer and many such important facts of history.

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American President Franklin D. Roosevelt was the first American president to have delivered a televised speed in 1939. The first debate was in 1960 between Vice President Richard M. Nixon and U.S. Sen. John F. Kennedy.
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Emperor Shah Jahan loved his wife, Mumtaz Mahal, to the extent that he built the Taj Mahal in her memory. Their graves are placed alongside each other in the basement of this monument.
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England was in a war with France for a hundred years. This was during the period 1337 – 1453 and involved five generations of kings.
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The German general Rommel was nicknamed “Desert Fox” during his service in the Nazi Army in the Second World War. He called so due to his surprise attacks on the enemies.
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The word Fascism was coined in 1919 by Bento Mussolini. This led to establishing the first fascist state, and the ancient Roman fasces was adopted as his symbol.
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King Phillip II called Aristotle to tutor his son Alexander who inspired Alexander to show interest in philosophy, literature, science, and medicine. Alexander was just aged 13 at that time.
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In order to prevent the spread of the technology of nuclear weapons, a treaty was signed in 1968, which came into force in 1970. This treaty was known as the nuclear non-proliferation treaty.
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Karl Marx was a German philosopher who believed that history was based on material conditions instead of ideas. Historical materialism was one of his major theories.
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The British army defeated the Napoleon army in 1815 in the battle of Waterloo. This war is considered the final defeat of Napoleon.
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13 American colonies adopted the declaration of Independence in 1776, which led to the British ceding their reign over the United Colonies, which is today known as the USA.
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