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The household items that you never knew had an expiration date

After a long hard day at work an old reliable pair can seem like the most comforting thing in the world – it’s no wonder we’re reluctant to throw them out.However, according Bright Side our comfy footwear is the perfect environment for spreading fungal infection.In order to avoid the spread of infection slippers should be washed properly and as often …

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Women in World War I

During WWI (1914-1918), large numbers of women were recruited into jobs vacated by men who had gone to fight in the war. New jobs were also created as part of the war effort, for example in munitions factories.

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Rare Color Photos Of Paris Taken 100 Years Ago

Tired of the endless series of black and white photos that were popular in the day, French banker Albert Kahn decided to do something about it. In 1909, he commissioned four photographers to take their cameras all around the world, and using Autochrome Lumière, to document in color what they saw.One of the cities on the list was Paris, and …

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The first light aircraft that made in homeland

homeland Aircraft Manufacturing Industrial Company (HESA), is an persian aircraft production company. Established in 1976, it belongs to the Iran Aviation Industries Organization (IAIO) and is located at Shahinshahr, Isfahan. The company has thousands of square meters of available grounds and 250,000 square meters of shops and hangars are allocated to A/C part manufacturing, assembling, laboratories, flight test facilities and …

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Russian child soldiers trained in battle tactics

Some parents would gasp at the thought of their children playing with a toy gun, but these Russian children are actually encouraged to take up real arms.Military sports club, ‘Berkut’, (meaning golden eagle), trains up young Russian, who dream of joining the elite units of the Russian army and fighting under the command of President Vladimir Putin.A young boy is …

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The Oldest Objects Ever Discovered

Oldest Brassiere This bra was used between 1390 and 1485 in Austria. Earlier historical descriptions for “breast bags” do exist, but they had never been seen.

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Kuwaiti hijacked airplane lands at Mashhad airport

On April 5, 1988 Flight KU 422 had 112 passengers and crew aboard, including three members of the Kuwaiti Royal Family. It was about three hours out of Bangkok, over the Gulf of Oman when a number of Lebanese men armed with guns and hand grenades took control of the plane.

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The strangest jobs you can get working for the Royal Family

The Royal Shoe-Wearer — 2000 One of the Queen’s wardrobe staffers is responsible for breaking in her shoes. Her stylist Stewart Parvin explained it’s necessary so she doesn’t get uncomfortable or painful feet while wearing them at events, according to The Telegraph.

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