Large population increases meant
many traditional communities in Eastern Europe were becoming too
Severe persecution meant many people
fled to America to escape.
Poverty and famine drove also drove
many to the U.S.A where the economy was booming.
There were pl…
Tsar Russia was in WW1 together with Allies but after the Revolution it was Soviet union (SU/USSR) which contained Poland before the war, but gave it up afterwards. Learn history please, but not in America, because nobody there knows history correctly. Peace. Sorry for my bad English. Kniaz new w…
GermanyAustria-HungaryOttoman EmpireBulgariaFranceAllies and associated powersSerbiaRussiaFranceBritainBelgiumRomaniaUS (entered in 1917 only after a German u-boat sunk a boat full of civilians) The British Commonwealth countries: Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, etc. Can…
From 1914 until 1919, France was involved in World War One. Several diplomatic crises erupted between France and Germany during the 1900's (First Moroccan crisis, Second Moroccan crisis). The Dreyfus affair ended by 1906. Jean Jaurès, France's most famous peace activist ever and initiator of the …
France and Germany were each seeking to control parts of Africa.
Bolsheviks, who took over in the Russian October Revolution of 1917. a very bad group indeed. BolsheviksBolsheviksBolsheviksBolsheviks
Bolsheviks, who took over in the Russian October Revolution of 1917.
It increased competition and tension among a number of European countries
The Titanic had 4 elevators, 3 in first class and the other
1 in second class.
A little-known fact reveals that there was also a lift for crew to
use to transport food between the galley and the orlop deck at the
bottom of the ship, where refrigerated items were held. It was able
to stop at some d…
The Russian revolutionaries who took control of the government in
November 1917 were the Bolsheviks. They were co-founded by Vladimir
5,892 tons (5,344 t.) of coal were on board the Titanic when she left England to sail on her maiden voyage.
stonemasons, blacksmiths, shopkeepers, squatters, farmers that kind of stuff
It wasn't time-limited, except by World War 1. It was superseded by
the Treaties of Neuilly (1919) and Sevres (1920), of which the
latter fared even worse, being in turn completely replaced by the
Treaty of Lausanne (1923).
A brief summary from good ol'Wikipedia:The Elkins Act is a 1903 United States federal law that amended the Interstate Commerce Act of 1887. The Elkins Act authorized the Interstate Commerce Commission to impose heavy fines on railroads that offered rebates, and upon the shippers that accepted the…
Sugar, oil, string, foil
Improved:•1939 World War Two begins•1939 - Petrol rationing (ended May 1950 )•8 January 1940 - Rationing of bacon, butter and sugar•11 March 1940 - All meat was rationed•July 1940 - Tea and margarine were added to the list of rationed foods.•March 1941 - J…
Most died from the freezing water.
A movie maker
A little over 2,220 passengers and crew were on board Titanic on her maiden voyage.
2:20 to 2:30 a.m
Since it was the great depression, milk was $400 a gallon in 1910! WHOA! Ayalnesh's virus-free milk was the BEST! :)
I LOVE CHEESE
Life in 1914 was centered on the cities. As jobs became more
available, people moved from farming to working in factories and in
The economy grew in the 1920's due to World War I. Many industries
and businesses were created in the 1920's as a result of the war.
Royal Merchant Ship
His full name was Edward John Smith.
The very general name given by archaeologists to stone tools is lithics. More specific names are given depending on the particular shape of these tools and in this early period include choppers, discoids, polyhedrons, scrapers, spheroids, proto bifaces, awls and burins. The overall name for the part…
The spanish Flu epidemic killing thousands and organised crime with ganglords like Squizzy Taylor starting to become serious
Most of the time, Queen Elizabeth II and her consort, Prince Philip, live at Windsor Castle in Berkshire. She also often resides at Buckingham Palace in London, which is her official residence, and where her principal offices are maintained. She sometimes lives at her other private residences, Sand…
well, it kind of depends on what class you were, if you had money then it would have been a wonderful place, if you were poor then not so good. Britain was still very very powerful at this time, it had the largest navy in the world and was very very rich, it was also the worlds financial centre ( a…
Royal Mail ShipRoot Mean SquareRoyal Microscopical Society Please see the related links.
In 1912 life was very hard for many people economically people were poor and everyone had less food and resources , businesses went bad and life was hard Also for women they had to work in factories also cocaine/coke was legal. The titanic also sank which was a very tragic and bad event.
3rd class : $33 ( you have to share a room )
1st class : $258 ( 1st class state room )
most expensive room would be $2900 ( with a private deck )
Iron & steel, followed by food, machinery and textiles.
Agriculture still surpassed any of them, though it generated only
half the value of manufacture as a whole.
Reason Notre Dame Cathedral Is FamousBig, beautiful, center of Paris and took over 100 years to completeAlso, one of the many reasons this cathedral is so important is because it was the first cathedral built with flying buttresses. Flying buttresses are what help the cathedral to be so tall.
Jack Dempsey, Benny Leonard, Harry Greb, Mickey Walker, Jack Britton, among others.
On June 28, 1914, the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand was
assassinated by Gavrilo Princip, a Serbian nationalist.
On July 28, 1914, Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia.
On August 2, 1914, the Ottoman Empire (Turkey) and Germany sign a
secret treaty of alliance.
On August 3, 1914, Germany dec…
White sweat socks, a lot of cologne, plaid shirts, white t-shirts with the sleeves rolled up around a pack of cigarettes, wing tip shoes, black high heel sneakers, fedora hats, men wore double breasted jackets, teens wore black leather jackets.
people in the old stone age used land physically and they invented alot of stuff that we use today.
Based on the Italian's treatment of the Libyan people, which
sometimes rose to the level of war crimes, the relationship was not
a good one. The Libyans attempted to rebel, but were soon defeated
by superior Italian military. To the Italians' credit, they passed
laws in the thirties, which gave the …
The price of gas was about $.07
Vaudeville was popular. Primitive silent films existed, although they were only considered suitable entertainment for the lower classes. Ragtime music was at its peak.
The Bolsheviks under Vladimir Lenin were the Russian revolutionaries that took control of the government in 1917. In March 1918, they changed their name to Communists.The Bolsheviks, later calling themselves Communists, were the Russian revolutionaries who took control of Russia in 1917.
This question can be taken two ways:
What was the Titanic's top speed?
The Titanic was designed to achieve a top speed of 24 knots (nautical miles per hour), which converts to 27.6 miles per hour and 44.4 kilometers per hour.
Titanic's sea trials were cut short, so no maximum speed test was pe…
i would like to say they used letters and walked and actually spoke to the people they got a lot more excercise I'm assuming that the question has to do with long-distance communications. Written letters send by surface mail or ships were the most common method. Telegraphs were now common, and were …
Skirts below the ankle and long sleeve petty blouses
The Northwest Ordinance was an act that created the Northwestern
territory which includes the now states of Ohio, Illinois and
Wisconsin. It also covered the states of Michigan and Indiana.
its when the seasons are changing and the animals are not used to that climate so they stalk up food and go some where else then when there old climate that there used to comes back they come out
In the year 2000, the population of Australia was an estimated 19
Cars of 1912 had a top speed of around 60 mph for a luxury model. The most popular car of that era, the Model T Ford had a top speed of 45 mph. The roads were so bad that any more speed was dangerous.
Some causes why world war one happened are the assassination of
Archduke Francis Ferdinand, the sinking of The Lusitania,
the Zimmerman Note, and the breaking of the Sussex Pledge.
The number one cause of World War 1 was that
every single major European Power at the time
wanted war and was just …
President Woodrow Wilson wrote and spoke a great deal.Searching the Internet has not so far produced a definitive statement from him about freedom although as he was involved in pursuing the peace process after World War I he would have had many concerns about Freedom.The questioner can help researc…
get high and then you will know what the spartrans were inventing BONGS!
thats why they were at war. the other greek people were stealing there weed.
so go home and smoke bongs now ;D
to all whom read.
morgan didnt do this.
dont stay in school. fu***c up your life with drugs, but do it right. make m…
March 1918 to June 1920.
More than 60 000 Canadian soldiers were KILLED in world war one, but much more than that were wounded. MOst Canadian soldiers who died, died from the machine guns, poisen gas, submarine shots and airplane bombs.more than 600000 canadians served in ww1, most were volunteers who werent skillfully trai…
Honestly, there wasn't much of one. Haha. Mostly neon colors and geometric patterns.
It started in 1914, when Ferdinand was assassinated.
It gave them a sense of identity and purpose in life. peace XD yea XP
Palmer house was bombed and he blamed it on the communists along
with Americas other problems.
Royal Mail Ship
Thomas Edison demonstrated the first talking motion picture in
1910, paving the way for the movies of today. The first neon lamp
was demonstrated to the public on December 11,1910, by Georges
Great Britain, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Spain and Portugal
Entertainment in 1912 was simple. There were dances and short
movies. People read books, played checkers, horseshoes, marbles,
and chess. People also entertained themselves with church
RMS before a ship's name can stand for "Royal Mail Ship" "Royal Mail Steamer" or "Royal Mail Steamship" meaning the vessel was authorized to carry mail from port to port (see related link below)
No. According to the description in the back of the Dear America book called Voyage on the Titanic: "While the events described and some of the characters in this book may be based on actual historical events and real people, Margaret Ann Brady is a fictional character, created by the author, and he…
The sinking of the RMS Titanic extremely affected people around the world because she was supposed to be "unsinkable". Plus, all the lives that were lost affected their family members.
They would do stuff. Sometimes.
my family has a 1916 knee action luger that my grandfather brought back from WWI. My Uncle, an avid gun collector and former police officer for 27 years, offered my grandpa $15,000 for it in the early 80's. He was the kind of guy that would certainly not offer what it was worth, so my guesstimate wo…
The Cold War happened which changed major influences(music) in the United States
The cold war had nothing to do with it.
Migration from the south by blacks to the cities in the north like Chicago and Detroit saw country blues develop into electric blues which then branched off into R&B and sou…
First Class £870 ($69,600 today)
Second Class £12 ($960 today)
Third Class £3 to £8 ($172 to $640 today)According to one source, Titanic tickets were as follows: First Class (parlor suite) $870-$4,350 (today's price $50,000). First Class (berth) $30-$50 ($1724 today). Second Class $12-$60 ($69…
There were only five Native American tribes living in what later became Maine during the 1700s.
The Abanaki were in southern Maine (Portland, Windham, Wesbrook and parts of New Hampshire. The Penobscot were in middle Maine and the Passamaquoddy were in the ocean regions near Canada and Maine. The M…
RMS stands for Royal Mail Ship (because the Titanic carried mail as well as passengers)Titanic means huge, after Titan the giant. Her sister ship Britannic was originally going to be called Gigantic. Her other sister ship was called Olympic after the place where the Giants lived before the Gods.The …
It means royal mail ship. ( :
so some interesting facts about trenches? hmm....let me see....... 1.people got diseases called trench foot,trench fever,and trench mouth 2.bodies of the people that died would stay in the trench until someone could take a break from fighting and bury them. 3.trenches were not dug straightly;ins…
There were several major events to occur in 1918. In 1918, Russia
was declared a Soviet republic and Britain granted women the right
no she did not then she died:(
A double standard is when a set of set of principles or code of norms are acceptable for one group but considered unacceptable for another.
There were no movies at this time. Movies were not invented until the 1930`s.
The Birth of a Nation - 1915 - About the Klan in the aftermath of the Civil War.
Here is my top 10 of that decade:
10. Gertie the Dinosaur
08. True Heart Susie
07. Tin Minh
05. Les Vampires
04. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
03. The Birth of a Nation
02. Broken Blossoms
7 of these films are in the top 1000 movies of all time
The Prince of Wales is currently HRH Prince Charles, who is the eldest child of the current Queen.
White Star Line and built at the Harland and Wolff shipyard. constuction began in 1907 and ended in 1912.(this inclueds the construstion of the hull, the "Fitting Out", Sea trails and final preperations)
Titanic [yard number 401] was laid down: 31st March 1909.
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Displacement from their ancestral land and loss of cultural values
are some of the problems that the people faced in the 1910's as the
cities grew larger.
Buckingham Palace, London, England
A 100 years ago would make it 1913, so they taught pretty much the same subjects. High schools were just starting and so were school bus routes. How the classrooms looked were much different. Desks were wooden one piece items, there were no white boards and chalkboards were used. The rooms wouldn't …
An ordinary ship would be SS (Steam Ship) or MV (Motor Vessel). RMS is Royal Mail Ship -( not only a steam ship, a sailing vessel can be RMS as well ) It's a distinction because of the carriage of the mail.
Portugal, which played an important role in both the beginning of
the Atlantic Slave Trade as well as the Asian Slave Trade, always
used slaves for economic reasons. They originally used slaves as a
medium of trade.
One answereer says 2,208 people, but I believe it was 2,224 including the crew.
Kids in 1910 wore things like sailor suits and garments made of
knitted material. After World War I, the length of their socks
became shorter and reached the ankle instead of the middle of the
calf. Children often worse shoes made of canvas or short boots made
There were 2224 passengers on Bord.
The amount of Stability and Respect from back then is remarkable. Some of the values are most likely respect and how they worked together and farmed for what they have.The amount of Stability and Respect from back then is remarkable. Some of the values are most likely respect and how they worked tog…
Royal Majesty's Ship?
RMS stands for "Royal Mail Ship".
gunnar brooks, or in other words the most badass mob leader ever and andy.