History In Pictures

History In Pictures

@HistoryInPics

Followers3.9M
Following265

Sharing the most powerful and entertaining historical photographs ever taken.

Joined on July 10, 2013
@HistoryInPics Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @HistoryInPics and found useful information for you.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
5 hours
Average replies
4
Average retweets
24
Average likes
118
Tweets with photos
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Tweets with videos
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Tweets with links
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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

17. globally and in category Hobbies

35. in category Hobbies

35. globally and in category Community

76. in category Community

161. globally

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While fans were shocked by its brutality, they might be even more surprised to know that it was based on real events. https://t.co/iMETfX8Dcs

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In 1536, Anne Boleyn was relieved of her head. So where is her body today? Much like Boleyn's life, it's complicated. https://t.co/3wuZKJAIBD

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Usually it was Sherlock Holmes solving cases—this time Sir Arthur Conan Doyle played a real-life detective. https://t.co/cOvsw6F4cG

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He's an orphan who doesn't know when he was born. https://t.co/XDtKuFbxZe

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While it's supposed to make their political statements more honest, it might be having the opposite effect. https://t.co/BVMCRMYIwn

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The Swedish Sphinx has shown up in a lot of places—in classic Hollywood films, on the streets of New York, and on Swedish currency. https://t.co/pLLCiirzCs

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Though it was largely overshadowed by 'Goodfellas' when it was released in 1990, the Coen brothers’ masterful gangster film is worth a second look. https://t.co/wAszVA2zjd

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They called it "Angel's Glow," and it took 140 years to figure out what was happening. https://t.co/NFVgsEHJpS

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Apple cider doughnuts are synonymous with fall, particularly in New England. The tasty treats have a modern history that may surprise you. https://t.co/JmKMfrb724

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8. Mike Myers thinks of it as a horror movie. https://t.co/eppgyxOi4g

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2. A catholic priest escaped the Tower of London in 1557 using invisible ink. https://t.co/RiYQ0Zypn5

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In the ‘80s and ‘90s, Lisa Frank was the epitome of cool. Here are a few things you might not have known about the brand, and the woman behind it. https://t.co/GgINNJRXs0

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Audiences loved the cult teen comedy. John Cusack? Not so much. Here are some facts about 'Better Off Dead.' https://t.co/z1Q1Hdt4Ok

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Although Vincent Price's contributions to the Hollywood are truly unparalleled, few people know that there is much more to him beyond his classic horror performances. https://t.co/jnUoRDzoke

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“Write drunk, edit sober” may sound like a sage piece of advice, but it didn't come from F. Scott Fitzgerald. https://t.co/4D1bIkJfNn

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When Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield met for a second time on June 28, 1997, Tyson gave the crowd plenty to chew on. https://t.co/KJwcSa0v0M

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The original midnight movie turns 45 today. https://t.co/xeFRtNJGyE

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Few expected that David Fincher's 'Se7en'—from a first-time screenwriter and an as-yet-unproven director—would turn out to be a modern genre classic. https://t.co/svfF4uOCfY

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The conspiracy theories about Paul McCartney’s bare feet are still alive. https://t.co/UBkBTXV3B7

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