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100 Years Later, Twitter Account Reenacts WWI

100 Years Later, Twitter Account Reenacts WWI

One hundred years ago, on June 28th 1914, World War One began with the assassination of the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand. To ensure we remember the sacrifices, hardships and historical significance of that time, a group of students has created a Twitter reenactment of the first Great War.

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Follow The Titanic’s Ill-Fated Voyage On Twitter

Are you a history buff? If so, you should check out the Titanic twitter feed. It allows followers to “experience Titanic’s epic journey with day-by-day and minute-by-minute tweets as if from on board the ship itself.” A little spooky, but very cool.
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Twitter’s 13 All-Time Most Epic Tweets (And The Stories Behind Them)

In its 5-year history Twitter has accomplished a heck of a lot. Because the platform has been so readily adopted on computers and (especially) mobile handsets around the world, Twitter is so often right there at life’s important moments, which are then quickly documented with a tweet.

And at other times, tweets are used to provide follow-up information, commentary and even apologies. And with the network’s 250+ million users, that news gets shared (and re-shared) at an incredible pace.

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