Alexander Fleming Facts for Kids

Sir Alexander Fleming FRS FRSE FRCS, a distinguished Scottish physician and microbiologist, is best known for his groundbreaking discovery of penicillin, the world’s inaugural and widely effective antibiotic. His pioneering work in the field of medicine earned him the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1945 for this transformative achievement. EARLY LIFE OF ALEXANDER … Read more

Adolf Hitler Facts for Kids

Adolf Hitler was a man who played a significant role in history, but for all the wrong reasons. He led the Nazi Party and, in 1939, started World War II by invading Poland. Hitler’s name is forever associated with terrible deeds, including the Holocaust, where millions of Jewish people and other minority groups suffered and … Read more

V-J Day Facts for Kids

The end of World War II is a significant moment in history, not only because it ended the deadliest and most destructive conflict in recorded history, but also because it was the time that America emerged as one of the world’s two superpowers. The conflict between the US and Japan began when Japan bombed Pearl … Read more

The Cold War Facts for Kids

During World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union had fought on the same side, though they did not fancy each other a lot. Americans had been worried about Russian Communism for a long time and Russians thought that the US should have joined them sooner so more Russians would not have died … Read more

Pearl Harbor Facts for Kids

The attack in Hawaii was a surprise to many people, but the Japanese were ready for it. They had planned this attack for months. Keep reading to learn more Pearl Harbor facts. Causes The Japanese thought that they would be able to conquer Southeast Asia (modern-day Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam as well as parts of … Read more