Today in World History: September 29

The Munich Agreement was created on this day in 1938. The conference, attended by the major powers of Europe, save for the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia. During Hitler’s militarization of Germany and the Rhineland, he began demanding territory taken from Germany following the end of World War One be returned to him, and so targeted […]

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Today in World History: September 27th

On this day in 1821, the Army of Three Guarantees marched into Mexico City, marking Mexico’s independence from Spain. Following the Grito de Dolores, in which war was declared on Spain, rebellions began forming throughout Mexico, during the decade in which nearly all of Spain’s overseas possessions in South America broke away. The rebellion grew […]

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