Biggest Events in Human HistoryList that contains immense events through human history.
Tens of millions died, and it created much of the modern-world and politics we know today.
The Nazis almost took over the world.
Big technologies change.
A crime against mankind.
First instance of modern warfare that still has lasting effects on today's politics and society.
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
Because of my religious beliefs, this is the moment where God sacrificed his son for our sins. This is the moment when all of humanity was saved.
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.
Without the shedding of HIS BLOOD, paying the price for our sins, humanity would be
or our souls be burning in the inferno. Jesus defeated death, HE is Risen and sitting on the right hand of our Heavenly Father.
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.
Was a noticeable start to the very rapid development of the human race and society. Paved the way for inventions that shape our daily lives and the world around us.
Introduced a whole new way of communicating, entrepreneurship and business, entertainment and finding information.
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
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 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
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.
This is mass genocide of 6 million people. This has to be considered in the top ten. No question.
First time humanity ever physically stepped foot outside of our own planet that we've been stuck on for hundreds and thousands of years.
For the first time, SpaceX has landed the Falcon 9, bringing us closer to chances of developing technology to go back to the Moon and even to Mars.
It was a huge day.
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.
This effected everyone in the world...
Set in stone the relations between the U.S., Russia, and the rest of the world. Russia and the U.S. may be seen as vastly differently today if it wasn't for the war.
An indirect conflict between two sides: East, URSS and West, the American.
Positive or negative, it was the start of the new world, and without it, we would likely not be as advanced as we are now.
A famous French explorer Christophe Colomb discovered America and new civilizations in 1492.
They didn't discover the new world, there were already native americans
Honestly should be number 1. It introduced things like jobs, changed the way we survive, and was the key to a functioning civilisation.
Without it, our lives would be very different, and humans may have never advanced past hunting animals in tribes.
How was this not on here? Without it, we would still be nomads!
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.
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.
The Black Society was able to have more rights and allowed them to have more successful lives.
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.
Worse than the Black Death, more than 40 million people died.
Yup that's pretty big