Dark Ages, Schmark Ages. The De-Textbook cuts through that and so much more fake-fact bullshit.
Guoman Hotels have prepared an illustrated infographic with some of the most interesting facts about Wimbledon. The infographic includes information about most wins, longest matches, most aces and other moments from the tournament history.
lyingonabedofweeds asked: The Long March is a point of pride for Communist China because it was a decisive moment that tested the Party's resilience in the face of impossible odds. It was the first necessary step in rising up against the American puppet regime (GMD) and enabled them to kick out white imperialism from their country. Your graphic attempts to mock the PRC's decision in naming their rocket after an historic defeat, but all it does is point out your ignorance surrounding the pride that one set back inspires
This response if fab, you’re exactly what I’m looking for in making these infographics. Not a single one of them tells a complete or “true” history of the subject (after all, what description of history ever does?) but instead aims to present one point of view or argument condensed into a quick reference. I’m not trying to mock or push ignorance, quite the opposite; I want people to look at the graphics and determine whether other evidence can add to or destroy this particular point of view. You clearly feel strongly about this topic which is great - especially considering the anonymity surrounding the events of the march (due to the government in China preventing independent historians conducting research). If you want to make a counter graphic to anything I have made, please don’t hesitate in submitting it! Thanks for the ask!