• August 9, 2018

Another Top 10 Events That Made the World Stand Still

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Some things are memorable for all the wrong reasons. From mass shootings, to widespread disease, to unthinkable disaster, these events had everyone breathless. WatchMojo counts down Another Top 10 Events That Made the World Stand Still.

#10. Columbine School Shooting
#9. The Black Death
#8. The Titanic
#7. Cuban Missile Crisis
#6. The Chernobyl Disaster
#5. Pearl Harbor
#4. The Crusades
#3, #2 & #1???

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10 thoughts on “Another Top 10 Events That Made the World Stand Still

  1. Sorry, but im just gonna say it. Most of the entries on this list only made america stand still. Although the rest of the world (well at least here in europe) we rolled our eyes. Take the school shooting, that ONLY happens in america on such a schale. Over here we dont give kids assault rifles, so were we shook? Maybe, but we were mostly just sighing at how stupid you have to be to make this possible in your country.

  2. EXCUSE ME! Germany alone had killed 3.2 million Jews, which is 100,000 less than what the Soviet Union had taken out. The total number of Jews that dead in Europe (minus England, Sweden, and Denmark) was 9 million. GET YOUR GODDAMN FACTS STRAIGHT!

  3. Not trying to be funny, but there wasn’t ‘millions more’ of disabled, gay, romany, slavs or pows exterminated. While many were sent to the camps, the figures actually much lower than you might think and it is exceptionally Jewish dominated – Not that watchmojo has ever cared much for accuracy.

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