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71 Free Online Courses and Tutorials You Haven’t Tried Before #infographic #Education

The Bombing of Pearl Harbor – And The Exiled Queen of Holland, The First Female Billionaire

The Bombing of Pearl Harbor – And The Exiled Queen of Holland, The First Female Billionaire

Bergmann 1896 Pistol Theodor Bergmann, a German industrialist, hired a gun designer and developed a series of automatic pistols at the turn of the century.

Bergmann 1896 Pistol Theodor Bergmann, a German industrialist, hired a gun designer and developed a series of automatic pistols at the turn of the century.

Indian pistol / elephant goad (ankus), 19th century, heavy all-steel, used all over India to control Elephants and as a status symbol by the Mahout or owner (usually a Maharajah), 52 x 19 cm.

Indian pistol / elephant goad (ankus), 19th century, heavy all-steel, used all over India to control Elephants and as a status symbol by the Mahout or owner (usually a Maharajah), 52 x 19 cm.

art-of-lockpicking: Picking handcuffs, while does take practice, is relevantly simple in theory. All we need to do is mimic the form and motion of the key in the locking mechanism. This can be accomplished with any small strand of hard but formable wire such as a paperclip or a bobby pin. (via How To Pick Handcuffs)

art-of-lockpicking: Picking handcuffs, while does take practice, is relevantly simple in theory. All we need to do is mimic the form and motion of the key in the locking mechanism. This can be accomplished with any small strand of hard but formable wire such as a paperclip or a bobby pin. (via How To Pick Handcuffs)