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Chevy Chase was a battle that took place on the english-Scottish border in 1388.

Chemical and biological warfare have been used long before World War 1. During the Peloponnesian War in the 5th century BC, Spartans used sulphur and pitch to overcome the enemy. During ancient and medieval times, soldiers sometimes threw bodies of plague victims over the walls of besieged cities, or into water wells. During the French and Indian wars in North America (1689-1763), blankets used by smallpox victims were given to American Indians in the hope they would carry the disease.

The first reference to a handgun was made in an order for iron bullets in 1326.

In 1998, the US spent more than $35 billion on its nuclear weapons programme.

The first recorded revolution took place at around 2800 BC when people from the Sumerian city of Lagash overthrew bureaucrats who were lining their own pockets but kept raising taxes.

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It was during the 100-years war that direct taxation on income was introduced, a British invention designed to finance the war with France.

The doors that cover US nuclear silos weigh 748 tons and opens in 19 seconds.

There are 92 known cases of nuclear bombs lost at sea.

During the 1991 Gulf War, the Allies dropped more than 17,000 smart bombs and 210,000 dumb (unguided) bombs on Iraqi troops.

In 1997, the US exported $15,6 billion in arms to developing countries, 54% of which went to non-democratic regimes.

Although the two-finger V for Victory sign is synonymous with Winston Churchill, it actually was the idea of a Belgian refugee in London, Victor De Laveleye.

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