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25 Most IMPORTANT Events In History

Have you thought about which are the most important events in history? History is full of major defining moments, but which of these moments are the most important moments ever? Today, we’re going to find out. Check out these 25 most important events in history.

Not all historical moments are created equal. Some of these moments have had a significant impact on the world we live in today. In fact, you can say that our world would not be the way it is today if it wasn’t for these historical moments. Check out the most important events in history (and our photo credits and sources) and let us know in the comments below which of these historical moments do you think is the most important:

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The black death killed an estimated 75 million people making it one of the most important events in history. Even today, the name is synonymous with death. Another important event in history is the industrial revolution. We would not be where we are today as far as technological advancement if it wasn’t for the industrial revolution. Of course, there are also wars such as World War I and II, Greco-Persian wars, and the American Revolution. Check out other events that shaped the world as we know it as we explore these 25 most important events in history.

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