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Mumbia Terror Attack - History

Mumbia Terror Attack - History

A terror attack in Mumbai shccked Inda. A total of 166 people were killed by 10 terrorist who attacked multiple targets. The terrorist had come from Palistan.On Wednesday night November 26th,2008 gunman from the Lashkar-e-Taiba, terrorist group from Pakistan attacked 10 targets around Mumbai India. Their main targets included a crowded railroad station, the two largest hotels in the city, the Taj Mahal the Oberoi Hotel, and the Chabad Jewish Community Center.

Conspiracy of Amboise, March 1560

Conspiracy of Amboise, March 1560

Conspiracy of Amboise, March 1560The Conspiracy of Amboise (March 1560) was an unsuccessful attempt to overthrow the Guise brothers, the dominant figures in France during the short reign of the young Francis II.On 10 July 1559 Henry II died of wounds he suffered during a tournament on 30 June, and was succeeded by his young son Francis II.

The plague in Marseille

The plague in Marseille

The Dedication of Monseigneur de Belsunce during the plague of Marseille in 1720.MONSIAU Nicolas André (1754 - 1837) View of the town hall and part of the port of Marseille during the plague epidemic of 1720. RIGAUD Jacques (1680 - 1754) View of the Cours de Marseille (boulevard de la Canebière) during the plague epidemic of 1720.

Did Iqbal offer funeral prayers for the killer of someone who wrote a blasphemous book?

Did Iqbal offer funeral prayers for the killer of someone who wrote a blasphemous book?

In 1929, Ilmuddin killed a man called Rajpal for writing a blasphemous book against Muhammad. He was later hanged by the British government. According to several sources (like here), the national…

British Troops on London Buses, c.1908

British Troops on London Buses, c.1908

British Troops on London Buses, c.1908 The most famous example of soldiers being moved by public transport was the use of the Paris taxis during the Battle of the Marne, but that wasn& 39;t the only example. Here we see a convoy of London buses carrying British troops. This picture shows De Dion buses and probably comes from the War Office Trials of 1908, the first large scale attempt to move British troops using public transport.

Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright

Without formal training in architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright nevertheless established himself as the most influential American architect of the 20th century. At an early stage in his career, he adopted the concept that & 34;form follows function,& 34; which led him to design some of the most innovative designs for structures that ranged from modest homes to the Guggenheim Museum in New York City.