Historical İncidents That Turned Out To Be False

3 False History ‘Facts’ Everyone Knows

3 False History ‘Facts’ Everyone Knows

Our view onto the world, it is present and past may be wrong. Something us are taught in school, something parents. But you do not have to believe to everything!

We present to your attention 3 history facts, which turned out to be a common lie.

3 False History ‘Facts’ Everyone Knows

George Washington – the first us President

3 False History 'Facts' Everyone Knows

He was not the first President. And who? Peyton Randolph!

It was this man who first headed the continental Congress, which was the first “revolutionary” body. It was he who created the Continental army.

3 False History 'Facts' Everyone Knows

Peyton Randolph engaged in the appointment of people to military positions. He appointed Washington commander-in-chief.

This fact is disputed because his presidency was too short, and the United States was not a full-fledged state (colony of England).

Independence day USA – July 4 (1776)

3 False History 'Facts' Everyone Knows

The Declaration of Independence was signed on this calendar day. But the problem is that the war continued anyway. All decided the Treaty of Versailles, which was signed in early September 1783 in Paris and Versailles.

The Treaty was signed by the United Kingdom and the North American colonies. Britain was recognized as a defeat in the war, which lasted 9 years. And the United States of America was recognized as a sovereign and independent state.

The great wall of China is built of bones

There is a very common myth, which is mentioned by teachers at school, if the dead builders immediately walled up in the wall. And the bones were added to the solution, so the surface has an unusual gray-white color.

But it is no more than a legend. During construction, quicklime and sticky rice were used, so this special color. And the dead builders were buried not far from this grandiose building or under it.

 

 



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