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Ulysses Grant removed William Rosecrans as the commander of the Army of the Cumberland and reached Chattanooga to help out the Union Army. He successfully commanded the troops in the battles of Chattanooga that resulted in the retreat of Braxton Bragg’s Confederate Army. […]
In the United States, Thomas Edison enthralled an audience with astounding images using his Vitascope, and around the same time, the Lumière Brothers also created films of one minute duration in France. However, their perspectives regarding the motion pictures differed greatly.
Read about the contributions of Thomas Edison, Lumière Brothers, and Georges Méliès to the world of motion pictures. […]
Irish secret societies had a pivotal role in bringing independence to Ireland. Although they had failed numerous times, they chose to learn from their past mistakes and learned what had been keeping them behind. […]
The Irish struggle to gain independence was not limited to their home country. They had extended their schemes well outside of their borders across the Atlantic. A series of events and disasters led the Irish out of their home country, with secret societies among them. […]
Irish secret societies and their resistance to gain independence dates back to many centuries ago. Plagued with factionalism, they experienced many failures through this course of resistance. Read on to see how it all started and who were the main actors. […]
Since the establishment of the first Masonic lodge in 1717, Freemasonry has spread around the world steadily. It has been connected to many other cults and has affected many political activities and even revolutions. It has been subject to many speculations since a lot of information about its origins have been lost. […]