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33 Rare and Weird World War II Facts - Part 2 - Fact Republic

1. During World War 2, the British maintained an entirely fictional army, the “4th Army” that they successfully used to draw German forces away from invasion targets on multiple occasions, including the Normandy landings.

Last Words of 50 Famous People | Fact Republic

1. Leonardo Da Vinci's last words were: "I have offended God and Mankind, by doing so little with my life."

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I don’t know about you, Pandas, but cool facts are like Pringles to me: once you have one, then you want another, and soon enough you just can’t stop yourself from having more and more. And I’m not the only one with an appetite for learning new things!

25+ Plot Holes in Movies And TV Shows That Were Actually Ex...

If you find yourself criticizing movies and TV shows constantly, you might need to work on your “suspension of disbelief” – the willingness to avoid overthinking about every little detail and just enjoying what you’re watching.Okay, we admit that plot holes can be very annoying, to the point where they can even ruin an entire film. But these specific plot holes or “unexplained” things, actually have very reasonable explanations – and here they are.

Weird History

Probably one of the best things about education in the digital age is just how accessible it is. One click away and you get some of the best bits of knowledge you otherwise would have gone all the way to the library for, hoping to find what you were looking for. The problem with that is that you always have to know what you’re interested in in the first place.