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50 Insane World War 1 Facts That Will Shock You!

World War One officially started on July 28th, 1914, and ended on November 11th, 1918. The number of casualties differs, depending on what source you read, and finding exact numbers is, of course, impossible. It’s generally thought this devastating war involving multiple nations ended with about 20 million deaths and
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US Healthcare System Explained

If you look at lists regarding which countries have the best healthcare and landed in rather unsual places seems rather strange I know but hear me out For some reason places turned a dark red and Japan followed cause Japan and another hand fell on the Islands Big list of
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Can Russia Invade Europe?

In 2017, Russia conducted a series of military exercises known as Zapad, or “exercise West”. With their roots in the Soviet Union, Zapad military exercises have traditionally been shows of force, meant to let NATO know that Russia was willing and ready to fight. Despite assurances that Russia’s 2017 Zapad
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Which is the Country with Most Universities in the World

– Hello everybody. Pavel from QS here. We have another video from the trivia series and today, we’re gonna find the answer to the question. Which country has the most universities in the world? Let’s go! Which is the country with most universities in the world? – America. – America.
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50 Insane Cold War Facts That Will Shock You!

Ok, so before we start this Cold War epic, we should probably explain to you what the Cold War was. The Americans and Soviets were more or less buddies during the Second World War, fighting together against the Axis powers. But the U.S. was very concerned about communism and the
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High School vs College – How Do They Compare?

Before we start, let’s make something clear. Someone asks on Quora, “Why do Americans call university, college?” It is a little bit confusing if you’re not from the U.S. When Americans talk about college they are usually talking about institutes of higher learning that you attend after you graduate high
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