In Liechtenstein’s last military engagement in 1866, none of the 80 soldiers sent were injured, and that in fact 81 returned, including a new Italian “friend”.
There’s a conspiracy theory that historians manufactured 300 years of history that never happened, including Charlemagne’s entire life.
The Chinese invented the fork.
President Rutherford B. Hayes’ telephone number was 1.
The Irish were the first slaves in America.
Penguins used to be almost 5 feet tall and nearly 130lbs.
Julius Caeser was kidnapped by pirates for a ransom of 25 gold but he told them that he was worth at least 50.
In the 17th and 18th centuries, lobster was considered trash fit to be eaten by slaves and prisoners. It wasn’t until the 19th century that it became a luxury food.
In medieval times clothes were stored close to the toilet shaft, as the ammonia fumes would kill any fleas.