Tag: Germany

THE BITTEREST PILL….

“The Bitterest pill is hard to swallow, if I took it for a hundred years, I couldn’t feel any more pain” Are people becoming less intelligent? You could certainly be forgiven for thinking so, as only a few minutes spent watching terrestrial television programming, reading the mainstream media and the majority of social media content, […]

AND THE WINNER IS ?….

In the world of sport, there are few competitions that can compete with the Jules RIMET trophy, the Football World Cup. The biggest prize in sport however, was the once much admired and globally respected heavyweight title of the world, which was the domain of athletes at the height of their power and abilities in […]

A LAST APPEAL TO REASON….

Adolf Hitler never intended to go to war with Britain, he was simply left with no choice. Thousands of ethnic Germans were being massacred in Poland, in lands once belonging to Germany, while the Poles were encouraged by the Americans, French and the British, who were in turn, attempting by any means, to force Germany […]

THE HUMAN ZOO….

Throughout the 1950s, Africans and Native Americans  Were Kept In European Zoos As Exhibits By M.B. David Throughout the early 20th century, Germany held what was termed a, “Peoples Show,” or ‘Völkerschau.’ Africans were brought in as carnival or zoo exhibits for passers-by to gawk at. Throughout the late 19th century, and well into the 1950′s, […]

BREAKING THROUGH….

Sometimes when a story has been told time and again, each version becoming increasingly more graphic and horrific in it’s telling, it becomes difficult to know where the real story lies. When this particular story has also, over many years, been promoted as an indisputable ‘fact’ throughout countless history books, is included on the curriculum […]

GERMANY’S HIDDEN POOR….

Frank Jordans @wirereporter MONTREAL GAZETTE At first glance Christel Paweski’s small plot of land, with its garden gnome and flower beds, appears to be the epitome of comfortable German retirement. Tucked away among the flowers are rows of potatoes, peppers and cabbage that the former nurse carefully tends. But her gardening isn’t a hobby – […]

A BLESSED COMPANION….

The invention of the printing press by Johannes Gutenberg in 1440, should be included among the greatest events in the history of the world. Culture and knowledge, until then considered a privilege available only to certain classes, were brought into the mainstream by typography. By 1450, German inventor Johannes Gutenberg’s printing press process, with refinements […]

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