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Simple, informative, great. Interactive map about how the World War I changed the countries of Europe: http://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2014/07/daily-chart-21?fsrc=tumb/chart

Simple, informative, great. Interactive map about how the World War I changed the countries of Europe: http://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2014/07/daily-chart-21?fsrc=tumb/chart

World War 1 Infographics

World War 1 Infographics

November’s Infographics & Interactives Galore – Part Two | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

November’s Infographics & Interactives Galore – Part Two | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

USNS Mercy's participation in #RIMPAC2014 is just one example of the world's navies coming together to work on common interest. Mercy and her Sailors are helping to train other nations  during #RIMPAC2014 response best practices for Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief efforts (HADR) #Infograhic

USNS Mercy's participation in #RIMPAC2014 is just one example of the world's navies coming together to work on common interest. Mercy and her Sailors are helping to train other nations during #RIMPAC2014 response best practices for Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief efforts (HADR) #Infograhic

Just six countries export a whopping 74 percent of the world's weapons, with the US making up 35 percent of the global total. In July, UN member countries will debate the adoption of a global Arms Trade Treaty. Let's use this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to keep weapons out of the wrong hands.

Just six countries export a whopping 74 percent of the world's weapons, with the US making up 35 percent of the global total. In July, UN member countries will debate the adoption of a global Arms Trade Treaty. Let's use this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to keep weapons out of the wrong hands.

The Most Important Event of the 20th Century? How the Assassination of Franz Ferdinand Can Still Be Felt Now - Made From History

The Most Important Event of the 20th Century? How the Assassination of Franz Ferdinand Can Still Be Felt Now - Made From History

By 1914 Europe was divided by two major Alliance systems: The Triple Alliance between Germany, Austria Hungary and Italy and the Triple Entente, between France, Russia and Great Britain.

By 1914 Europe was divided by two major Alliance systems: The Triple Alliance between Germany, Austria Hungary and Italy and the Triple Entente, between France, Russia and Great Britain.