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Articles about poland

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
The History of Communism in Germany

It was the German Marx who first published the Communist Manifesto during the 19th century. This book inspired various Marxist groups both inside and outside of Germany. However, left-wing politics did not really take off in Germany until Bismark resigned in the late 19th century, who had previously banned...

History
by kmancloquet
7 years ago
Biography of Adolf Hitler

This is a biography of Adolf Hitler. In this informative article learn about the man who caused the world to hide in fear of his power.

Technology
by pwarlick
9 years ago
Wind Energy Facts

What exactly is wind energy you might ask? It is an abundant, clean, renewable energy source. It is the wave of the future in the power technology industry. What started out over 5,500 year ago as a source of energy to power sailboats has evolved to a...

Lifestyle
by katmusselwhite
10 years ago
The World's Biggest Stuff

-World's Biggest Permanent Hedge Maze- The Pineapple Garden Maze in Hawaii, USA holds the record for being the world's biggest permanent hedge maze. At 3.15 acres in size, you would have to walk 2.46 miles to complete the entirity of the maze! Originally opened in...

History
by KingKong
7 years ago
Three Landmark Battles That Could Have Changed the World

This article reviews three landmark battles in the political struggle between Christianity vs Islam. If the results of any of these battles had gone the other way, the course of world history would have changed drastically from then on.

History
by MatthewA
5 years ago
Famous Ships of the German Navy

  Along its northern coastline Germany established a series of shipyards and naval bases for the expanding German navy. It was there that famous ships of the German navy were constructed firstly for the Imperial German Navy, and then during the 1930s with a series of modern battlecruisers...

Entertainment
by sbraslow
11 years ago
Video Games to Look for in 2009

As the new year rolls around a new generation of video games is in production. There are many new action, strategy and RPG games to look forward to, but there are several in particular that will prove to be the must-buy games of 2009.

The...

Sports
by MatthewA
1 year ago
Surprise Packages of the FIFA World Cup

The FIFA World Cup has had plenty of surprises throughout its history. The biggest surprise in the 2018 World Cup was perhaps Germany's first round elimination. Most pundits expected the former world champions to reach the last eight at least, but South Korea pulled off a shock win against...

History
by lissie
11 years ago
Moving Abroad - The Irish Experience

For generations people have migrated from their homes to other countries. The "New World" was built on the movement of large numbers of people from the "Old World". Some people moved because they wanted the option to practice their religion free from persecution, but many more were forced into...

Technology
by JudyE
9 years ago
The Polish Chicken - Characteristics

The Polish chicken, despite its name, had its origins in the Netherlands. It has a profuse crest of feathers which fan out from the top of the head and spill down over the face. It is once bred as an egg-layer but is now more popular as a show bird.

History
by DubeluWriter
5 years ago
The Second Iraq War: Another Theory Behind The Invasion

There are many theories surrounding the 2003 Iraq War. Have you ever heard about this one?

Lifestyle
by SamanthaDS
3 years ago
Notable World Leaders Who Weren't Natives of the Countries They Led

Many politicians in history have risen to some of the highest offices in the world who didn't actually originate from the country that they would represent.

Travel & Places
by LoveSpaces
9 years ago
Sweden

More often than not, Sweden is recognized as among the most excellent countries worldwide. It has a lot to offer as well to travelers enjoying the sceneries. Malmo, Stockholm and Gothenburg are very much brought into line by the extensive open areas and wilds which you...

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
An Analysis of World War II: The European Theatre

The outbreak of World War 2 in Europe was not met by great enthusiasm by either side. Unlike World War 1 there was no nationalistic euphoria, as the realities of that war were still felt by many. With Poland invaded, the British and French policy of appeasement was no...

Health
by noryanna
9 years ago
Health Benefits Of Bee Propolis

Bee propolis is a resinous substance created by bees. Propolis has numerous health benefits for humans and modern science has now corroborated many of the health benefits of bee propolis.

Lifestyle
by Piruli
9 years ago
The tradition of Saint Nicholas also known as Sinterklaas

Saint Nicholas is also known as Sinterklaas in The Netherlands and he is a traditional winter holiday figure in The Netherlands, Belgium, Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, The Netherlands Antilles and Surinam. Although the traditions differ per country, Saint Nicholas Day is on 5 December or the morning of 6 December...

Travel & Places
by DominikaMS
7 years ago
Wieliczka Salt Mine in Poland - Treasure of Polish History and Nature

Foreign tourists in Kraków, Poland, must see nearby Wieliczka Salt Mines as well. This world-class attraction, which features amazing geological structures, treasures of Polish history and art, made it to the World Cultural and Natural Heritage List, maintained by UNESCO.

Entertainment
by Stefan Collins
5 years ago
David Gilmour: Pink Floyd's Real Genius

A profile of David Gilmour, the guitarist whose sound was central to the artistic and commercial success of Pink Floyd.

Travel & Places
by kelsorogers
10 years ago
Mugged - The Best Places to Get It

We've all been to that shady block, street, town, city or country where the gut feeling cannot be ignored. Perhaps, even, you've not listened to this feeling and consequently got smacked, punched, or tripped and told to give up your wallet, belongings or clothes. Unfortunately, there is crime all...

Technology
by JudyE
9 years ago
Double-Muscled Cattle - The Piedmontese

The Piedmontese cattle breed comes from the region of Piedmont in the alpine region of north-western Italy. This area is a secluded pocket in the natural protection of the Alps. Piedmontese, together with Belgian Blue and Parthenais cattle, exhibit double muscling whereby repression of a protein substance allows excessive muscling of the frame.

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