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11th Annual(?) Year in Review (100 Years Later)

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By Aaron Boyes and Sean Graham We ask ourselves this question every year: how has another year passed and we get to write this 100 Years Later Year in Review? And, more importantly, why do the good people at ActiveHistory.ca continue to allow us to do it? This annual tradition is something that we look forward to completing every year,… Read more »

10th Annual(?) Year in Review (100 Years Later): And the Winner Is…

By Aaron Boyes and Sean Graham Four rounds. Sixteen events. Hundreds of votes across multiple platforms. And it all comes down to this. We are pleased to announce the result of the Enrico Palazzo Pre-Memorial Championship: Ottoman Empire Collapses defeats TV Receiver Patented (23-18) With that win, Ottoman Empire Collapses is crowned the Most Important Event of 1922 and joins… Read more »

10th Annual Year in Review (100 Years Later): Final Four

By Aaron Boyes and Sean Graham After two rounds of intense voting, we have our Final Four. And, much like in Round One, we are (mostly) in agreement with how the people have thus far voted. Elite Eight Results:¬† TV Receiver Patented over Nosferatu Released (29-5) Japan Launches Purpose Built First Aircraft Carrier over Canadian Tire (21-11) Vitamin D Isolated… Read more »

10th Annual Year in Review (100 Years Later): Elite Eight

By Aaron Boyes and Sean Graham Last week we launched our annual Year in Review (100 Years Later), but this time with a bit of a twist: reader voting to determine who moves on. After hundreds of votes on Twitter, Instagram, and through email, we tallied everything up and determined which events have moved on in their quest to be… Read more »