Determining the Truth

Every village, town, city, state,¬†country, and continent has a history.¬†Each has its own rich culture, vibes, and story to tell. However, every time a story is told, something more can be added or forgotten. History is a storybook being read to others. Stories are originally from a person’s memory. Trusting a single person’s memory isnt very reliable when writing history. Each person see’s history differently and have different persepectives about what they see. This is why evidence is a key factor in identifing the real truth of history. Also, primary and secondary sources can really make a difference in accuracy.

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