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10 Things From History That Your Teachers Got Really Wrong (10 pics)

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Teachers have a tough job so you can't expect them to get everything right all the time. Still, they led you down the wrong path when it comes to history.

1 10 Things From History That Your Teachers Got Really Wrong (10 pics)


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10 10 Things From History That Your Teachers Got Really Wrong (10 pics)


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№1 Author: Grunt Callahan (16 Mar 2015 03:15) Total user comments: 2414


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So..... this guy is correct, and everyone else is wrong.
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№2 Author: kryptor (16 Mar 2015 03:24) Total user comments: 4823


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don't believe everything you see on the internet
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№3 Author: charliebrown21b (16 Mar 2015 06:19) Total user comments: 62


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He must be right! Even in detail.
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№4 Author: Maxid (16 Mar 2015 10:02) Total user comments: 656


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#8 - BLASPHEMER!

Seriously, though, the reference to "patriotic Americans" is out of place. Those were men and women defending a Spanish mission under siege by Mexican federale troops, in a war to gain independence that eventually resulted in a new country, the Republic of Texas. A few of the defenders happened to be from the U. S. and its territories, but there wasn't much else American about it, unless you include the broader term "North American." The Republic of Texas stood on its own for 10 years (1836-1846) before joining the United States.

Or maybe I'm just nitpicking.
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№5 Author: saint357 (16 Mar 2015 14:03) Total user comments: 2366


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no I think your spot on^
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№6 Author: Phynix4 (16 Mar 2015 15:53) Total user comments: 5461


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The Texas reference is anything but historical, probably should look at your facts a little closer...
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№7 Author: erickthered (16 Mar 2015 17:30) Total user comments: 156


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#2

Rosa Parks was a Communist
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№8 Author: Boomer (16 Mar 2015 19:28) Total user comments: 181


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Rosa Parks was a socialist and useful to the civil rights movement. But not that it matters today, it was recently reported that her original house in Montgomery (historic landmark) was looted by crackheads who stripped it of wire, pipe etc.

The Texas revolution was never about slavery, it was about the Mexican government cracking down on encroaching settlers who wanted to be better represented. The Mexican government did not protect settlers from bandits, indians, etc and the settlers that could defend themselves where perceived as a threat. Like Maxid says, a lot of the early Texas settlers where German, Swedes & and French.



Emancipation....It's well known that Lincoln had a great disdain for blacks, his wife's family owned slaves, as did most of his top generals. His original plan was to ship them back to Africa or the most cost effective, South America, but was killed first.
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