World history

  • The Gun Powder Plot

    The Gun Powder Plot
    Guy Fawkes was apart of a conspiracy to blow up parliament. He was caught in the underground part of parliament with a few tons of gunpowder
  • King Charles l was executed

    King Charles l was executed
    King Charles l was beheaded after he lost the english civil war.
  • Leviathan published

    Leviathan published
    Thomas Hobbes published his book on his perspective on humanity and it was humans are born evil and selfish and that to succeed in life we need an absolute monarchy the government.
  • Death of Oliver Cromwell

    Death of Oliver Cromwell
    Oliver Cromwell died from malaria. Was the leader of the round heads and when he died nobody was really sad because he was a mean and strict ruler.
  • John Locke dies

    John Locke dies
    John Locke died and he that humanity was born happy and good And he died of old age.
  • Wealth of Nations is published

    Wealth of Nations is published
    This book was written by Adam Smith about capitalism and how if people make money then it is a healthy nation
  • Storming of Bastlie

    Storming of Bastlie
    An angry mob stormed Bastile trying to get gun powder. It was the first major thing that started the revolution
  • Women’s Bread March

    Women’s Bread March
    The march began among women in the marketplaces of Paris who, on the morning of 5 October 1789, were near rioting over the high price and scarcity of bread.
  • The Brunswick Manifesto

    The Brunswick Manifesto
    The Brunswick Manifesto threatened that if the French royal family were harmed, then French civilians would be harmed.
  • Execution of Louis XVI

    Execution of Louis XVI
    One day after being convicted of conspiracy with foreign powers and sentenced to death by the French National Convention, King Louis XVI is executed by guillotine.
  • Execution of Queen

    Execution of Queen
    She became Dauphine of France in May 1770 at age 14 upon her marriage to Louis-Auguste, heir apparent to the French throne.
  • Napoleon declares himself Emperor

    Napoleon declares himself Emperor
    Napoleon declares himself emperor in 1804. It is said that he did it so he says that he is even above the church. He took all power.
  • The Continental System

    The Continental System
    Napoleon didn’t let other countries trade with Britain because he want Ed to hurt Britain
  • Abolish of the slave trade

    Abolish of the slave trade
    The slave trade from Africa to Britain was abolished. Slave were not abolish but selling them was
  • Abolition of slavery

    Abolition of slavery
    The abolition of the slave trade was earlier but slave could still be owned.
  • The peninsular campaign

    The peninsular campaign
    During the first few weeks after their 1808 invasion of Spain, French forces captured Pamplona and Barcelona and on March 19 forced King Charles IV of Spain to abdicate.
  • Napoleon attacks Russia

    Napoleon attacks Russia
    Napoleon hoped to compel the Emperor of All Russia, Alexander I, to cease trading with British merchants through proxies in an effort to pressure the United Kingdom to sue for peace.
  • Greece get independence

    Greece get independence
    Greece gain their independence from the ottoman empire. They became a free country. They are also the only country not to have a revolution in a time when all of your help was having revolutions.
  • Iron horse race

    Iron horse race
    A race between two different types of transportation. One a horse and buggy. One a metal horse, a train. They face off to see which one is best.
  • 10 hour days

    10 hour days
    Michael Sadler proposed to parliament that people should work 10 hour days
  • Queen Vitoria takes the crown

    Queen Vitoria takes the crown
    Queen Victoria takes the throne at age 18. She is one of the longest ruling monarchs of England. She served until she died on January 22, 1901
  • Treaty of Nanjing

    Treaty of Nanjing
    It was the end of the first opium war. Between China and the United kingdoms
  • Cholera break out 1848-1849

    Cholera break out 1848-1849
    There was a bad cholera break out. It was because of over crowding. They were so close together that it spread really easily
  • Crystal palace being built

    Crystal palace being built
    The crystal palace is a place where mainly British history is but there are some other countries history was.
  • Louis Napoleon

    Louis Napoleon
    He was napoleons nephew. He made himself emperor and the people agree with him as emperor.
  • Sepoy mutiny

    Sepoy mutiny
    The Indian solders were mad because the gun power cans were sealed with pig and cow fat. Cows were holy in India and pigs were unclean. They rebelled because of it.
  • Sued canal opening

    Sued canal opening
    Construction began in April 1859, and at first digging was done by hand with picks and shovels wielded by forced laborers. It was tuff labor.
  • The first telephone call

    The first telephone call
    It was crazy people talking over something that’s not them in front of each other. It was history Alexander Grahmbell created the first telephone. He changed the world.
  • The Berlin conference

    The Berlin conference
    A conference to divide the African land. The African leaders were not invited to this meeting. The were very angry
  • The First Flight

    The First Flight
    Wilber and Orville Wright flew the first working plane. They flew for 50 second. They also lived in Ohio and had a bike shop in Dayton.
  • The treaty of Portsmouth

    The treaty of Portsmouth
    It was signed on Maine.the end of the Russo-Japanese war.
  • First model T

    First model T
    The first model T was sold. This was very good because now cars were affordable. It was around $235. Around 15 million were sold by 1927.
  • Assembly lines

    Assembly lines
    On December 1, 1913, Henry Ford installs the first moving assembly line for the mass production of an entire automobile. His innovation reduced the time it took to build a car from more than 12 hours to two hours and 30 minutes. This changed the whole way factories made stuff.
  • Arch duke franz Ferdinand assassinated

    Arch duke franz Ferdinand  assassinated
    Arch duk Ferdinand was assassinated and that was the start of world war one.
  • The schlleffen plan

    The schlleffen plan
    It was an attack by Germany to take dance and then not have it be a two front wat
  • Sinking of the Lusitania

    Sinking of the Lusitania
    A boat full of civilians was sunk cause the Germans thought there was stuff the help the allies.
  • Edith Cavell is executed

    Edith Cavell is executed
    A nurse who helped a lot of people. She saved lives on both side was executed for treason by the Germans. Even though she was British
  • The red barons death

    The red barons death
    He was an amazing pilot. He has the most recorded kills in ww1 plane history. Sadly he died in the war
  • Rasputin murdered

     Rasputin murdered
    Rasputin was brought in to help cure Alexis’s hemophilia and he helped the bleeding stop. He became very trusted with in the family. But a lot of people didn’t like him so a prince and fellow conspirators tried to kill him. They put cyanide in his drink but he did not drink it so they shot him and he didn’t die so they beat him and threw him into a feeding river.
  • Czar Nicholas 2 leaves the throne

    Czar Nicholas 2 leaves the throne
    Czar Nicholas the second we use the throne after revolutions have broke our ad they start taking over. It got bad when his own soldiers wouldn’t listen to him anymore.
  • Lenin is exiled

    Lenin is exiled
    Lennon was a communist and he wanted to take over Russia. He wanted to make it a communist country he was exiled because he was kind of crazy. Russia was tired of a Cesar and that’s what Lennon wanted to have.
  • The people act

    The people act
    The women wanted the same rights as the men. Like to vote. With this law women over 30 can vote in later it was changed to 21.
  • Mati hari death

    Mati hari death
    She was a famous dancer and also a spy during world war one. She worked for France has a spy she delivered lots of important messages but sadly it was caught and died by a firing squad from the germans
  • Bolsheviks attack.

     Bolsheviks attack.
    The Bolshevik party was calm a communist party they were the ones who captured The czar and killed him. They attacked the government and took over as much as they could of Moscow and Russia.
  • Armistice day

    Armistice day
    It is when the politicians came to the agreement and it is when they ended the war
  • Testy of Versailles is signed

    Testy of Versailles is signed
    The Treaty of Versailles was the most important of the peace treaties that brought World War I to an end. The Treaty ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers.
  • The Kronstadt revolt

    The Kronstadt revolt
    It was a revolt against Lenin. The workers revolted because Lennon and force this thing called war communism and they did not like it. The reason it is called but it is is because they revolted against a naval base that was called kronstadadt.
  • The gulags

    The gulags
    The gulags were slave labor camps where people who disobeyed Stalin or did something wrong one. Stalin would send people there who would compete with him in politics or just didn’t like them. Stalin throughout his lifetime head over 1 million kills himself and 12 million deaths that he was responsible for in the labor camps.
  • Burning down of the crystal palace

    Burning down of the crystal palace
    One of the artifacts started to burn and another caught on fire. A huge fire broke out and the whole palace burnt down.