While there is already a lot of information on here such major events in Jewish history, world events, Jewish historical figures, Jewish literature and Jewish population, I would suggest adding major Jewish contributions to the world from Einstein to Freud, from Columbis to Salk.
Also, I found that 23% of all Noble Prizes (or 193 people) between 1901 and 2013 were awarded to people of Jewish descent--and the awards were across the fields of chemistry, economics, literature, peace, physics, and medicine.
We are not a very large people--just .2%--in terms of population, but we have a very rich history--a mixture of persecution and contribution.
Thank you Minna Blumenthal for sending me the link to this!
(Source Photo: here with attribution to Odyeda)