The age of invention began in the mid-1800s (also known as mid 19th century) It was an era that humanity began to witness the coming up of many inventions that changed the way which people lived, worked and made human life better.
Examples of such inventions were the Typewriter (1867), Telephone (1876), Escalator (1859), Dynamite (1866) Electricity (1888), Moving Pictures (1877) Pasteurization (1856) among other life-changing inventions.
Answer: Harlem Renaissance was an African-American cultural movement of the late 1920's, early 1930's.
James Mercer Langston Hughes was an american writer and one of the most important for the Harlem Renaissance. He wrote poetry, novels, plays, essays, and children's books. He had a lot of racial pride, and his work influenced many people at that time.
Langston Hughes called the Harlem Renaissance of "the expression of our dark-skinned individual selves"
Akbar the Great exceeded not only the achievements of previous Mughal rulers, including his granfather Babur and his father Humayun.
The largest merits of Akbar the Great were a significant expansion of his empire, including the control of Afghanistan; the creation of a central administration combined with a lot of autonomy for local rulers-administrators who were from the Hindu elite; winning the loyalty of the Hindu people - the majority in India - thorugh an intelligent policy of religious tolerance; and, finally, having established the Mughal style of architecture that combines Islamic, Persian and Hindu design elements.
And to be specific satelite television, there was everyday material for TV from the front and Vietnam War was most tv covered conflict in history
The activity of flying 16mm release film from the battle the same day it was asked to Japan for generating and synchromesh via satellite (new technology at the time) to the U.S. for surveying on the evening news everywhere America made the war fresh and in living color into homes. For the first time, people were discussing the war almost first-hand totally uncensored.