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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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Shiroyama and the last stand of Samurai

Shiroyama and the last stand of Samurai

Bogdan U. February 18, 2019 0

The Battle of Shiroyama in 1877 is one of the most disastrous ones from the whole history.   The fall of the Noble warriors The 19th century Japan suffered difficult economy changes and was influenced by the instability of silver and

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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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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 atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

The atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Bogdan U. April 14, 2017 0

Throughout the history of modern warfare, only 2 atomic bombs have been used. The Hiroshima bombing happened on the 6th of August 1945. The bomb, nicknamed “Little Boy”, was a uranium gun-type. Only three

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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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The African-American Movement For Civil Rights

The African-American Movement For Civil Rights

Bogdan U. September 21, 2015 1

Many people think that the segregation between African people and the white American populous is a thing long gone, that has happened at some far-away point in history, but what a lot of people

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The D-day – Landings in Normandy

The D-day – Landings in Normandy

Bogdan U. September 18, 2015 0

One of the longest and most important days in the history of modern times is the so-called D-day – the Normandy landings. Allies’ invasion of the Western Europe The Battle of Normandy, during World

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The Vikings – Realities of the Scandinavian Warriors

The Vikings – Realities of the Scandinavian Warriors

Bogdan U. August 7, 2015 0

      The Vikings are nowadays remembered as merciless pirates, fearless Scandinavian warriors and conquerors. Their real identity is not far from the current conception, which is, unfortunately, just a bit exaggerated. The

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