We watched our favorite childhood cartoons a million times over that’s why we remember most of the dialogue.
Today Rad Beaver brings you several stories from an entirely unexpected side.
Basically, on the real story of Hua Mulan, the plot was based, trained by her father in martial arts, horse riding, archery, and swordplay. Mulan went in her sick father’s stead when the Emperor mobilized all men to war. She received numerous decorations, in 12 years of service, and her deceit was never found out.
Daughter of the last Russian Tsar, Nicholas II was a real person behind the cartoon Anastasia. In 1918 the girl was executed with the rest of the royal family. Although 30 women have declared themselves to be the “miraculously rescued” Grand Duchess, however, their tricks were revealed.
In a district of Seattle, the construction of a skyscraper began in 2006, where the house of Edith Macefield was. In the area, the 85-year-old woman was the only resident who refused to leave her home. Around $1 million offer was made to her which she refused.
4. Snow White
The Snow White was the first version of Maria Sophia Margaretha Catharina von Erthal, born in 1729 in the ancient castle of Lohr am Main.Now the castle is a museum where the “magic” mirror is stored and no portrait of the lady was left.
This mirror was given as a gift to his beautiful wife from the girl’s father. Artisans of mirror craft made a tricky sound mechanism, and it actually “talked” to its owner.