Category Archive: History

May
20

Bhutto Reminds Me of Mujeeb

Murderers of Mujeeb Hung

Sheikh Mujeeb-ul-Rehman, the hero of Bangladesh’s independence movement and the leader of “Awami League”, was assassinated by junior officers of the Bangladeshi army. General Zia-ul-Rehman’s did not let this matter get to the court. However, Sheikh Haseena, the daughter of Sheikh Mujeeb-Ul-Rehman, filed a case in the court against her father’s murderers after she was …

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May
05

Cinco De Mayo: Party Time

Mariachi Cinco De Mayo

I remember waking up to loud Mexican music on the 5th of May. I was in my dorms and the music was too loud for a car stereo. I got up, pretty mad, and got out of the dorms to see what was going on. The campus was overrun with loud Mariachi bands. Girls were …

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May
02

Osama: “Never Was a Death So Celebrated”

People Celebrating OBL's Death in

“He’s Killed… Dead… He’s No More“ The news was a huge surprise and everyone all around the world rejoiced. People at the Times Square sang praises of the government. Those in front of the White House rejoiced. The fire fighters and police officers paid their respects to the victims of 9 11. The families of …

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Apr
29

How Tobacco Helped the Colonization of America

Starving Time, Colonists Turned to Cannibalism

America was a golden opportunity for the European Masters. However, England was falling behind in the in the race to occupy the newly discovered land. It was the dawn of the 17th century and England had not been able to make a viable claim in the new world. In 1606, King James established the London …

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