20 Memes To Teach You Some Weird History Facts
Ah, the good old days. The days when phones had cords, music came on cassette tapes, and the internet was just a twinkle in Al Gore's eye. If you're feeling nostalgic for a time you may or may not have actually lived through, then the subreddit "History Memes" on Reddit is the place for you. This community is dedicated to sharing memes that focus on historical events and figures, from ancient Rome to modern-day politics.
You'll find everything from Wojak characters dressed as a Roman centurion to memes about the founding fathers. But the best part of the subreddit has to be how the users add their own historical knowledge and puns to it, making for some truly laugh-out-loud moments. If you're a history buff with a sense of humor, you've come to the right place. You'll learn something new and get a good laugh along the way. Just be prepared to explain all the inside jokes to your non-historian friends. So presenting you 20 memes taken from Reddit's /r/historymemes to make you laugh while making you learn.
Paleontology is history too!
When you realize they didnt evolve or get any changes as well.
It was still a living hell in both places.
Living between 1914 and 1918 was really horrible in every continent.
Literally a white elephant gift.
20 years ago today, one man could've saved hundreds of lives (and chose not to.)
Mackensen is the definition of a full life.
Inventors of human rights.
They at least tried?
Always the media.
A wild guy for sure.
The bravest in the battlefield too.
They feared Germany's entry as much as any European country.
Didn't play by the rules.
Legally insane but still executed.
A literal bruh moment.
No, it's not a drill, save him.
Lafayette, we're here.
The monk refused the cleric's offer.
He's not worth it.
What's Poland doing in there?
This is the list that comes up when you search "which countries won the most wars?"
WW2 could've been avoided if he was alive.
Imagine if he was alive he could've stopped or at least delayed WW2!
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