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The faith. Christians and the Crusades

The faith. Christians and the Crusades

Bogdan U. March 20, 2019 0

“Warriors involved in the fighting received spiritual merit.” The remarkable Crusades were military expeditions performed by Western European Christians for defending and sharing the Christianism Religion. They were called holy acts of sacrifice for

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The deadliest campaign in American History. The Meuse-Argonne Offensive

The deadliest campaign in American History. The Meuse-Argonne Offensive

Bogdan U. March 11, 2019 0

“With the weapon in hand, they made their stand.” The operation began by the end of the all-known First World War that brought heavy losses and was recognized for being the deadliest campaign in

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The despondent battle for Hill 3234

The despondent battle for Hill 3234

Bogdan U. March 5, 2019 0

The battle for Hill 3234 was a significant performance completed by the brave 9th Company of the 345th Soviet Independent Guards Airborne Regiment. It is also known as the decisive operation „Magistral,” performed by

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An Unusual WW2 Aviation Squad: The Night Witches

An Unusual WW2 Aviation Squad: The Night Witches

Bogdan U. February 25, 2019 0

It’s a story about a full-female Russian aviation squad – Night Bomber Regiment 588 that acted in the silence of the night, changing the whole path of World War II. Women of war It

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Intriguing Facts About the Manhattan Project

Intriguing Facts About the Manhattan Project

Bogdan U. January 27, 2018 0

We have all heard about the Manhattan Project, but in fact, we still ignore a lot of important details about this very well-kept secret on a major research which started the nuclear age, with

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The Economic Crisis of 2008 – Collapse and meaning

The Economic Crisis of 2008 – Collapse and meaning

Bogdan U. January 16, 2018 0

The crisis began in September 2008, with the collapse of a financial giant, the Lehman Brothers bank and its effects are still running through the world economy. Even if the start was given by

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Romania’s Last King: Michael the 1st

Romania’s Last King: Michael the 1st

Bogdan U. December 17, 2017 0

Michael of Romania was born on October 25, 1921, in Sinaia, at the Peles Castle. He was the son of Prince Carol and Princess Elena and his grandparents, King Ferdinand I and Queen Mary

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The Life of Jean Calvin

The Life of Jean Calvin

Bogdan U. April 18, 2017 0

In less than two decades, the ideas of the Protestant Reformation have grown from one man’s crusade to reform the church, to a revolution that sweeps through Europe in the 1530s. At the same

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The opening of the Eiffel Tower

The opening of the Eiffel Tower

Bogdan U. March 10, 2017 0

With the occasion of the French Revolution centenary (1789 – 1799), the French government decided to celebrate and mark this spot in history by building something special that would stand as a memory in

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The funeral of Joseph Stalin

The funeral of Joseph Stalin

Bogdan U. March 6, 2017 0

  Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin, born 18 December 1878 and died 5 March 1953, was the leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death in 1953. The first politburo was created in

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