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Hitler Quotes About World War TwoThat Give A Glimpse into His Mind

Adolf Hitler, the most reviled and notorious figures and dictators of the 20th century, was well-known for some of the most persuasive speeches. Hitler’s speeches were so impressive that he was considered to be a gifted speaker. Hitler’s style of speech-making was believed to be not only enthusiastic but also truly energetic. His speeches are… Keep Reading

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The Story of Oak Island’s Treasure

There have been many theories about the secrets about Oak Island, and one of the most popular is the hidden treasure of Nova Scotia. There have only been the theories about this, but no one has ever claimed to have found it. Who has hidden it? We will try to enlist all the “parties” that… Keep Reading

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Operation Overlord: What Happened And How Successful Everything Was

Operation Overlord, best know as D-Day, occurred on 6th June 1944. On that day, Allied forces landed on the beaches of Normandy in Nazi-occupied France, and Allies managed to foothold the French coastline. Operation Overlord In Numbers 132,000 Allied forces had landed in France, and more than 2 million were shipped there, including a total… Keep Reading

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Battle of Kursk: 10 Facts You Didn’t Know

Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union had their share of battles in WWII and the biggest tank battle took place near Kursk. It was a large-scale combat and almost the most infamous battle in the entire war. How much do you know about it? Here are 10 facts. The Germans Attacked Battle of Kursk started… Keep Reading

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Henry VIII’s Children and Who They Were?

You are wrong if you thought that Henry VIII had just one child. Queen Elizabeth I of England wasn’t his only child. She certainly is the most famous figure from British history, but she had siblings. Henry VIII children were Edward, Mary, and Elizabeth. Before Elizabeth was a queen, her brother was King Edward I… Keep Reading

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Anne Frank and her diary – 7 Things you didn’t know

One of the bestselling books ever, “Anne Frank’s diary” was written during the Second World War, by the Jewish girl Anneliese Marie Frank. Anne was hiding from the Nazis with her family, in one house in Amsterdam, for more than two years. Today, Anne Frank’s house is one of the most visited places in Amsterdam.… Keep Reading

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World War I – 20 Interesting Facts

This year is a 100-year anniversary of World War I ending and important political figure gathered in France earlier in the year. It was the biggest war the world has ever seen at that point and there are plenty of things you should know about it. Here are 20 interesting facts about WWI. 20. World… Keep Reading

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