Were you ever curious about anything related to History but have no idea where to start? Is it because most information you find online are just too comprehensive to your liking and filled with assumptions of background knowledge? Our Historypedia was made for people like you.

This blog is designed to ease everyone- highlighting dilettantes- to understand more about anything related to the past by summarizing facts and eliminating jargon such as certain archaic words if avoidable. Most of our posts are biographies and we try to make them as informal as possible. So to those of you who think that you've known nothing about a certain topic or have no clue regarding a certain eminent figure-- fret not! To reiterate, the posts in this blog are made in such a way that you're reading about these famous people like those protagonists you see in fictional books, only that this time, they're real people and their life stories are true to the best of our knowledge.

Please note that you should click on the labels tab if you want to find out more about a certain category, because some posts are linked to one another and you might only understand some posts by reading the other related ones beforehand. However, some of these posts are not in forms of biographies but random reviews or background information. You are still recommended to search for your desired category though; as mentioned above, the posts are mostly in forms of sequels.

On a side note, as much as we enjoy sharing our knowledge by typing our thoughts to words, this wise quote seems clearer to us now:

"The greatest part of a writer's time is spent in reading, in order to write; a man will turn over half a library to make one book."
- Dr. Samuel Johnson

To us, the library and 'quality book' is analogous to our newly found knowledge (such insight that we've gained!) and compiled work we have created. Not to mention the fact that we get the opportunity to hone our English skills. Anyways, enjoy! Read more and you'll know exactly what this is about!
"The only way to ensure absolute accuracy is to ask the man who've made his history himself. Then again- he could lie. Okay you know what, scratch that."- Celine Wan
Do note that some phrases or sentences may be plagiarized and there are possibilities that stories may be different from other sources of information. These articles are posted after thorough checks to ensure accuracy of information. However, absolute precision is not guaranteed. Welcome to our Historypedia.


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