Traveling through History
Pythagoras/ World War II
Pythagoras had received credit for the Pythagorean theorem for proving it scientifically. Scientifically as in putting a lot more work into the theorem. Pythagoras had many contributions to the Pythagorean theorem. Although some people think that part of the contributions was his students work in the Pythagorean School. The Pythagorean School ended up being attacked and destroyed, but had lasted two century's after the attack because of the diversity of people spreading the knowledge.
Pythagoras did "discover" the theorem, although it has been used century's before his time. The Pythagorean theorem plays a huge roll in today's mathematics. The theorem has been used for millennia and is still being used by today's mathematicians.
World War II
The Treaty of Versailles was created after the First World War with restrictions to Germany mainly. Germany was forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles. The Germans thought that the treaty was unfair, there was no positive side for the Germans. One of the main points of the treaty was a very powered low army for Germany, for Germany to not have the ability to start another war. With the German furher Adolf Hitler, instantly when the German furher was in the office he started rebuilding his army secretly, although he was not allowed.
A secret alliance was made for Germany called the "Rome-Berlin Axis Pact" for Germany to have a better chance of success in the war. The pact had included Germany and Italy. They had a good chance at the war. Although the pact was not successful. The war had created an image on every country that had fought, and was the largest war in history.