This Bonsai tree survived the bombing of Hiroshima.The Japanese White Pine which was potted in 1625 (396 years ago) belonged to the Masaru Yamaki family, that lived within two miles of where, 76 years ago, the bomb was dropped. The bonsai was in the care of this family for six generations.Masaru Yamaki donated the many […]
Tag: World History
This is our daily list of posts on that are shared across Twitter & Telegram and Shared here on mydaz.blog/ #AceBookDesk says here’s a list of books to celebrate ‘Black History Month’ from across our publishing panel, Twitter & Telegram with Kindness & Love❤️’ Oct.06, 2021: @AceiShop It’s Black History Month, so it’s the perfect […]
#AceHistoryReport – Sept.25: By returning these illegally acquired objects, the authorities here in the United States and in Iraq are allowing the Iraqi people to reconnect with a page in their history,” says Unesco Director-General Audrey Azoulay in a statement. “This exceptional restitution is a major victory over those who mutilate heritage and then traffic […]
FEATURED: Lighting Through The Ages Report:For most of human history, generating light was a laborious hands-on task. That was until the arrival of electricity, which brought us illumination at the flick of a switch. But how exactly has this technology changed our everyday lives? #AceHistoryDesk report
#AceHistoryReport – June.25: Before gas or electric lighting were invented, the greatest light source indoors usually came from the fixed fire in the grate. Home activities revolved around the hearth, with candlelight or oil lamps providing dim (but mobile) light around the home. Move an arm’s length from the candle, however, and you couldn’t read, […]
#AceHistoryReport – June.17: Archaeologists on the Croatian island of Hvar have unearthed an ancient necropolis, or vast burial ground, dated to between the fourth and fifth centuries A.D. Ancient Necropolis Discovered in 17th-Century Croatian Palace’s Garden: As local news outlet Croatia Week reports, the team found the burial ground in the front garden of the […]
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