This Facebook Group Shares Curious Historical Artefacts From The Past, Here Are 50 Of The Most Interesting

Archaeology, anthropology, genetics, and languages all contribute to our understanding of and study of world history, which is the tale of humanity's past. Since the development of writing, primary and secondary source texts have been used to study human history. 

And the likelihood is that you studied a considerable lot of this topic in high school, and if you hadn't slept off, you'd know much more about it today.

According to a New York Times article, just 22% of American students have understood history well enough in high school to recognize Lincoln's two contributions to the nation. The problem is, it might have been written today even though it was published in 1943.

Fortunately, there is a Facebook page devoted to presenting some of the most fascinating and obscure historical facts. While it won't need us to start from scratch on everything, it will undoubtedly reignite our interest in bygone eras.

The page, titled "The World Of History," serves as a reminder of how comparable and unlike humanity were hundreds of years ago and now. Scroll down and take in some of the most fascinating posts that were posted here, which we've summarized below.

 

#1 A Victorian Couple Trying Not To Laugh While Getting Their Portraits Done, 1890s

#2 An East German Border Guard Offers A Flower Through A Gap In The Berlin Wall On The Morning It Fell, 1989

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#3 A Serbian Soldier Sleeps With His Father Who Came To Visit Him On The Front Line Near Belgrade, 1914/1915


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#4 Noodle Delivery Boy In Tokyo, 1935


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#5 A Native American Mother And Her Child, 1900s


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#6 During WWII, Jews In Budapest Were Brought To The Edge Of The Danube, Ordered To Remove Their Shoes, And Shot, Falling Into The Water Below


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#7 On July 17, 1967, A Florida Lineman Named Randall Champion Accidentally Touched A High-Voltage Line — Which Sent 4,000 Volts Of Electricity Through His Body And Stopped His Heart


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#8 Injured Dog In An Animal Ambulance Used During Ww2


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#9 3 People Pose For A Photo Whilst Wearing Face Masks During The Second Wave Of The Spanish Flu In California; 1918


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#10 Father, Son, Grandfather And Great Grandfather, New Guinea, 1970


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#11 Children Going To School Having To Cross A River By Pulley, Modena, Italy, 1959


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#12 Double Leg Amputee Railway Signalman, James Wide, Photographed Working Alongside His Pet And Assistant, Jack Baboon, In Cape Town During The 1880s


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#13 Knife Grinders In France 1902, They Worked Lying Down To Save Their Backs And Had Dogs Sit On Their Legs For Warmth


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#14 A British Sailor Removing The Leg Chains Off An Enslaved Man Who Had Worn Them For Three Years


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#15 18th Century Device That Allowed Researchers To Work/Read Up To 8 Open Books At A Time


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#16 The Moment When President Bush Was Informed About The 9/11 Terrorist Attack, 2001


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#17 This Is About A Victim, Not About Who Is To Blame. It Would Be Lovely To Honor Her And Others Who Lost Their Lives Here, And Debate Specifics Elsewhere


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#18 Berlin, Germany, 1985-2018


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#19 A Photograph Of A Filipino-American Family Taken More Than A Decade After The Us Colonization Of The Islands. The Photo Dates Back To 1912

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#20 The 2800 Year Old Kiss!

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#21 British Soldier Retrieving Bandages From The Kit Of A Dog During Wwi, 1915


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#22 Residents Of West Berlin Show Their Children To Their Grandparents Living In East Berlin, 1961

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#23 A Berlin Boy Sells Lemonade Using A Portable Lemonade Dispenser, 1931.

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#24 Meeting Around A Baguette. France 1950. Photo By: Robert Doisneau


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#25 16 Year-Old Anti-Aircraft Soldier Of The German Army, Hans-Georg Henke, Cries From Combat Shock As His World Falls Apart. He Was Captured By The Us 9th Army In Hessen, Germany In 1945

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#26 Canadian And German Soldiers Sharing A Cigarette During The Second Battle Of Passchendaele, November 1917


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#27 Seems Legit


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#28 Vietnam War Helmet Graffiti, 1967- “War Is Good Business- Invest Your Son”


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#29 Sisters In Cigarette Break, England, 1960s


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#30 Town Of Rysstad, Norway, 1888 - 2013


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#31 Abraham Lincoln At Gettysburg During The Civil War. Left: Allan Pinkerton, Right: Gen John Mcclernand. 1863. (Colorized)


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#32 The Statue Of Liberty - Paris, France - 1886 (Before It Was Transported To America)


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#33 A German Woman With Her All Belonging Sitting Alone In War Ruined Cologne. 1945


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#34 Anatoly Golombievsky, A Soviet Veteran Who Lost Both His Legs During The Battle For Novorossiysk, During World War II, Takes The Salute Of 4 Cadets At The Nakhimov Navy School On V-Day In Leningrad, 1989


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#35 The 3,300 Year Old Sandals Of King Tutankhamen


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#36 Electric Charging Cars In 1917


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#37 Tricycle Of 3 Year Old Boy Named Shin, Who Died 1,500 Meters From The Hypocenter Of Hiroshima Atomic Bombing, 1945


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#38 The Queen Of England And Her Husband At The Horse Races In 1968


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#39 2 Year-Old Elvis Presley With His Parents, 1937


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#40 A Woman Walks Through The Ruins Of Berlin During The Battle Of Berlin, May 1945


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#41 Acrobats Balance On Top Of The Empire State Building, C. 1934


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#42 General George S. Patton’s Pet Dog On The Day Of His Owner’s Death, December 21st, 1945


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#43 Rejected Designs For The Eiffel Tower


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#44 Pope John Paul II Talks With Mehmet Agca, The Man Who Tried To Assassinate Him, In An Italian Prison, 1983


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#45 "4 Children For Sale", 1948


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#46 1910, Mailing A Child Via Parcel Post In The USA, The Post Office’s Parcel Post Was Introduced In 1913


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#47 A 'Knocker-Up' In London (1929). Before Alarm Clocks, People Were Paid To Wake Clients Up For Work By Knocking On Their Doors And Windows With A Stick


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#48 Mummified Head (Mokomokai) With Moko Facial Tattoo


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#49 New York City, 1900s. (Colorized)


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#50 Dimple Making Machine Made In 1936


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