Who will win the latest historical smackdown for the ages? Rasputin or Stalin? Find out below.
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One churned out more inventions than you can shake a stick at, while the other had an ’80s hair band named after him. Who will win this epic musical deathmatch for the ages? It’s Thomas Edison vs. Nikola Tesla in “Epic Rap Battles of History!” Check it out below.
It’s time for another epic rap battle of history! This time, it’s an ironic smackdown between two of history’s most famous peacemakers. Watch, as Gandhi takes on Martin Luther King, Jr. Who will win? Find out below!
One bathed in dolphin blood, while another built an ice palace in the desert – but all ten of these historical rulers were more than a little bit insane. AllTime10s presents, “10 Insane Historical Leaders.” Check them out below. Who’s your favorite?
It’s a phenomenon almost as old as the telephone itself…prank calling. But what if prank calls had been around since the dawn of time? What would it have been like had Napoleon Bonaparte received a prank call, or perhaps the fictional T-1000? See some of the greatest prank calls in history below.
It took 3,000 years, but researchers may have finally solved the mystery of how Ramses III died – his throat was slit. Thanks to newly-discovered documents written on ancient papyrus, scientists now know that the ancient pharaoh’s second wife, Tiya, conspired to assassinate him in order to place her own son, Pentawere, on the royal [...]
This video illustrates why I no longer want to live on this planet…and apparently the moon wouldn’t be any better. It seems that, during the Cold War, the U.S. devised a plan to detonate a nuclear bomb on the MOON. CNN’s Brian Todd explains in the video below.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner – that wondrous day when we eat until we just can’t eat anymore then slip into a coma around 5pm. But have you ever really stopped to think about the history of Thanksgiving? Did you know that the first Thanksgiving was really a three-day harvest festival held in Plymouth [...]