Biggest Events in Human HistoryList that contains immense events through human history.
Hitler is jealous that England won world war 1
The Nazis almost took over the world.
Big technologies change.
A crime against mankind.
It is the only way for a just and righteous God to reconcile sinful people to Himself. Jesus died, the just for the unjust in order to bring us to God.
This event is really the only event, when believed upon in faith that has made it possible for people to live eternally with their Creator in peace. So the gift of eternal life through faith in Jesus's death and resurrection on our behalf, goes well beyond the few years of our earthly existence.
This event divided history in two. Every date is divided before Christ and after Christ. It changed the world. Christianity is the largest faith in the world. It influences everyone from the humanist atheist to modern secularist. As for believers it is the most important reason for their belief.
Whatever you're religious or not,we have to admit,the death of this man divided a lot of people if he was really the ''son of god'' or not. And created the vatican which later it's pretty much a very important part of human history.
The event that caused history to be divided as we know it and who sparked a following that has lasted and flourished into the modern world. Christianity as a movement has inspired countless historical figures and shaped civilisations. And that is an objective view, if you consider the prospect of salvation offered to an entire race then Christ wins hands down without competiton.
I thought this was a major event because it was a race between the USA and Russia to land on the moon successfully and well, we did it.
This will be more important in the future because it will mark the first time that people went on a place other than earth.
In 10,000 years, only 2 things on this list will be remembered, the Moon Landing, and the first atomic warfare.
It still blows my mind we were able to achieve this. What's next, a frigging gas giant landing?
Started obesity epidemic, physical interface, pear-shaped bodies as the norm.
It has changed our lives today, it made them easier and harder in certain ways
An average person in Europe uses internet two ours a day
Without WW1 there would have been no ww2, korean war, vietnam war, cold war or war in the middle east.
This should be number 1
The worst thing ever
The Hell Of The World
No one can ever forget this every year at every school in America you see them talking about this event. It's because it was so horrible and it was tragic...
Security checks at airports increased, homeland security was invented, and American Nationalism rose
This terrorist attack still effects our life now because now we can't look at a jew without thinking "Terrorist"
The bombing at Hiroshima showed that man could destroy himself. The bombs also were the culmination of decades of racism against Asian peoples in America which was likely an extension of the global "East-West" conflict.
Huge events to be sure, but calling them "culmination of racism against Asian people" is so much revisionist claptrap.
No offense america but you put the 9/11 bombings above this is insane yes the twin towers and the pentagon being destroyed was a tragedy but it fails in comparison to the amount of death and tragedy of the Japan bombings
The discovery of the americas by the europeans, it was inevitable since some civilizations there already made trips around the world (The incas made a trip to the polynesia islands and had trades with the tribus there)
But this was the thing that made USA,canada,mexico,brazil,etc and a lot of resources came from the americas (especially the potato)
They didn't discover the new world, there were already native americans
A famous French explorer Christophe Colomb discovered America and new civilizations in 1492.
We wouldn't have bacon if it didn't happen
Should be first, brought Quran which his a miracle in itself.
It should be first
The birth shaped the course of history:
so on and so forth
Must be first
How was this not on here? Without it, we would still be nomads!
Agricultural Revolution should be #1~
The Muslims conquered the capital of the Roman Empire. More specifically it was the Turks who were once a backward people who were kicked out by the Mongols.
Constantinople still exists as Istanbul, Turkey.
No one can imagine the most powerful 1300 years stronghold of the roman empire will fall to the hand of a new era
Rightly so, This has been voted as the highest the 1001-2000 millennium. The advent of the printing press brought reading to the masses. Could ideas like democrarcy have spread, revolutions have happened without this?
Happiest moment in world history.
Changed the history showing the power of the hippie culture
Most tragic event. Over 6 million innocent people died and I was lucky enough to meet a survivor. I will never forget his story.
Millions died and it changed the course of history forever on how we view literally everyone.
Death toll and effect on people
An indirect conflict between two sides: East, URSS and West, the American.
The first big, fancy(For the most part) ship failed, many died, and the captain who was going to retire died on his last voyage.
Everyone should choose this or vote this
theres a movie about this ship called ''titanic'' it is Harland and wolff shipyard who built it
The Black Society was able to have more rights and allowed them to have more successful lives.
What this was so important
This effected everyone in the world...
Worse than the Black Death, more than 40 million people died.
The most powerful earthquake ever recorded at magnitude 9.5.
This was terrible. This earthquake and it's resulting tsunami killed over 230,000 people, caused a train wreck in Sri Lanka and caused devastating damage in the Indian Ocean coastline areas.
Watching the video of this event gets me every time
Worst natural disaster on record
This was bigger than 9/11