Historical Infographics

Evolution of the Luxury Watch

Did you know the watch is one of the world’s oldest inventions? And we have come a long way since the beginning of its history. The following infographic from takes a look at the evolution of the luxury watch.

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Women In Aviation

With more and more women taking to the cockpit, this infographic takes a look at some of the key moments for women in aviation. From Amelia Earhart to Liu Yang, this infographic shows that when it comes to aircraft, it is definitely not just a mans world.

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The History of Android

Android Inc. was founded in 2003, and has been a huge part of the mobile market ever since. Check out the infographic below to learn more about Android’s history.

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A Brief History of Sitting Fashionably

Wooden stools, flamboyant Renaissance chairs, or chic and modern sitting furniture – this infographic from The Furniture Market guides you through the history of perching and parking in style.

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Historic Royal Residences in London

London has a very rich and varied royal history. Almost all of the main royal residences are based there and most are open for tourists to visit. This infographic enables visitors to the city to gain a quick insight into the stories behind each site, ensuring they choose the residences they will enjoy most on arrival in the UK’s capital.

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The Road Back to the Sabbath

Why do Christians go to church on Sunday instead of Saturday, like Jesus did? What would Jesus do today? The “Road Back to the Sabbath” infographic examines intriguing Bible passages and Sabbath history to answer these questions and more. It’s all designed to get you thinking more deeply about a Bible subject that you might just be taking for granted.

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A Brief History of Electricity & Magnetism

Take a trip back through time and get to know the forefathers of electricity and magnetism in this infographic by first4magnets.com. Starting in 600BC in ancient Greece with the discovery of static electricity, journey through all the key developments up to the 21st...

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50 Insane Facts About Ireland

Did you know that the White House was designed by an Irishman? Or that Ireland is the biggest tea-drinking nation per capita? For more amazing facts about this lovely island, check out this infographic.

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The Elaborate Life of the Jigsaw Puzzle

A jigsaw puzzle is a tiling puzzle that involves the tedious assembly of a number of small, fragmentary pieces, which are designed to interlock when placed correctly. Each piece usually has a small part of a larger image. Jigsaw puzzles were originally created by painting a picture on a flat, rectangular piece of wood, and then cutting that picture into small pieces, and became very popular in the United States during the Great Depression.

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Making a Splash: Fast and Fascinating Water Facts

Water: seems like humans have been fascinated with it since the beginning of time. We drink it, play in it and can’t live without it. Check out the following infographic to learn some interesting facts about water and swimming.

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Nelson Mandela: Before Prisoner, Beyond President

Nelson Mandela, the well known South African anti-apartheid revolutionary and politician, is an inspirational figure for the fight against racism an oppression. With his anniversary this week, let us remember what an inspiration the figure has been to all those oppressed and deprived through this timeline depicting his life so far, which has been created by BestMSWPrograms.com.

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Protecting the POTUS

Protecting the president is a lot of work, and there have been many conspiracy theories, assassination and assassination attempts throughout the years. Check out the infographic below to learn more about the history of protecting the POTUS (President of the United States).

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Lady Liberty Shines Again

Strong winds and heavy rains left much of Liberty Island in devastation following Hurricane Sandy in October 2012. Eight foot surges left the island’s infrastructure in ruins, halting tourism. Although the island was nearly destroyed, the Statue of Liberty withstood the storm’s power and was unharmed.

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