The map above shows every bomb dropped by the British and Americans during World War 2, along with a limited amount of bombs dropped by the Australians, South Africans, and New Zealanders.
The map above shows the outcome of a federal plebiscite on the prohibition of alcohol that was held in Canada on September 29, 1898.
It was the first national referendum in the history of the country. It followed agitation over many decades by the temperance movement, which had succeeded introducing prohibition at the local (county) level in some areas, but wanted it extended nationally.
Poland has not been one of Europe’s luckiest countries.
It’s gone from being the largest country in Europe to being wiped off the map, not once but several times.
The map below traces the history of Poland’s borders from 1635 right through to the present day.