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International Women’s Day: The Story of March 8th

International Womens Day The Story of March 8th

A day we are dedicated to today’s woman. World Women’s Day is celebrated annually on March 8, in memory of a significant protest on March 8, 1857, by textile workers in New York who demanded better working conditions. World Women’s Day is celebrated annually on March 8, in memory of a significant protest on March 8, 1857, by textile workers ...

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The people are the driving force behind world history.

It doesn’t matter what political system it served; moreover, the political system doesn’t matter when it comes to feeding a people. The peoples have always been pioneers in the struggles for their survival. The Greek revolution of 1821 marked a new era for the creation of a new Greek state, born through the ashes of four hundred years of slavery. ...

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The cars that made World History

The global automobile industry is based on some of the obsolete models of the early 1900s. Vehicles that have, for many, laid the foundations of the automobile. But what were they and what technology first came out to the public at the time of their release? Nothing would be precisely the same if some of the “station” cars in the ...

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World Children’s Book Day 2019

World Children’s Book Day is celebrated every year on April 2, the day the tremendous Danish fairy-tale Hans Christian Andersen was born. In 2012 the Department of Mexico was responsible for the celebration material. The message was written by award-winning Mexican writer Francisco Hinojosa, who was born in Mexico City in 1954 and is one of the most prolific and ...

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World Diabetes Day

Diabetes

Diabetes Day is International Day after AIDS, the second day officially designated by the United Nations and dedicated to a severe Metabolism disorder. It was thus established that the 14th of November of each year named by the International Diabetes Confederation should be the official day dedicated to it. We now know that for type 1 diabetes, there is a ...

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