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Articles about poland

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
Aircraft That Flew in the Spanish Civil War

The Spanish Civil War, in 1936, was not merely a war in Spain. Even though it was a Civil War both the Republicans and the Nationalists were supplied by a number of European countries such as Germany, Italy, Britain and the USSR. The Germans and Italians supplied a variety...

Business & Money
by askformore
7 years ago
A Book about How to Succeed in Business

I have recently read a book about how to get success in business. Well, I have myself been a successful businessman for many decades, and over the years I have read many books about how to become successful in business (Some of the books I have read were good,...

Travel & Places
by classicalgeek
9 years ago
Czech Republic

Czech RepublicThe Czech Republic (formerly the western half of Czechoslovakia) is in Central Europe, directly above Austria. Culturally, it is divided into three regions: Bohemia, on the west; Moravia in the east; and Silesia, which borders on Poland. The Czech Republic's official language is Czech, a West Slavic language which is spoken natively by about twelve million people. It has been a continuously inhabited and settled area since Neolithic times and became organized politically in the 9th century, and remained a significant political power through the Middle Ages, until it became part of the Hapsburg dynasty in the early 1500s. After World War I it was joined with present-day Slovakia (formerly a part of the Austro-Hungarian empire) until dissolving peacefully into the Czech Republic and Slovakia on January 1, 1993.[read the rest]

Entertainment
by egdcltd
3 years ago
Movie Review: Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

After his grandfather is murdered, teenager Jake travels to a remote island in Wales to find the school where his father lived during the war.

History
by weianow
8 years ago
The History of NATO

Why was NATO formed and what is its purpose today? Who belongs to NATO?

Entertainment
by DubeluWriter
5 years ago
Command And Conquer: Red Alert: The Best PC Game Of All Time?

Are you a fan of RTS (Real-Time Strategy) games? You may agree that Command and Conquer: Red Alert was one the greatest games of all time.

History
by egdcltd
8 years ago
15th September 1940 - The Day the Nazis Lost World War II

It may seem strange to say that the Nazis lost World War II on the 15th September 1940. The war between Britain and Germany had only been going on for just over a year, since the declaration on 3rd September 1939 after the German invasion of Poland. The Nazi war machine had crushed Britain's allies on the Continent. The only countries still fighting against Nazi Germany were Britain and its Empire and Commonwealth. Winston Churchill’s famous "The End of the Beginning" speech would not be made until 10th November 1942; over two years away. How, then, could this be considered the day the Nazis lost the war?

History
by weianow
8 years ago
The History of the United Nations

The United Nations (UN) has been involved in many conflicts over the past few decades and is often the topic of headlines and debates.   Many people are unclear about the purpose of the UN and which countries are members of the organization.  What is the United Nations and how did it all begin?

Technology
by JudyE
9 years ago
Australian Marsupials - The Feathertail Glider

The feather-tail glider is an Australian marsupial. It frequents the eastern seaboard of the continent, with its range extending into South Australia. The glider is tiny, measuring only 65 to 80mm with the tail nearly as long again. It weighs 10 to 14 grams. Membranes connecting the fore- and hind-legs allow it to glide through the trees for distances of up to 25 metres.

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
Germany's Involvement in World War One

Germany's involvement in World War One was significant in both Western and Eastern Europe. The Germans had the strongest military of their alliance, and indeed perhaps the rest of Europe. As such, their alliance, which included Austria-Hungary and Ottoman Turkey, almost entirely depended on German military support. Upon the outbreak...

History
by Januarius
9 years ago
The game that never ends:Muammar Gaddafi

                                                The game that never ends:Muammar Gaddafi   “Politics” as the saying goes is a “Dirty game.” The actors who possess the dominant personality in the game are men of influence, rhetorics and wealth. The masterminded campaigns are strategically planned to lobby for supporters; to all...

Entertainment
by ElizaM
3 years ago
Ten Brilliant Composers Who Died Before the Age of 40

Despite tragically short lives, these ten classical composers left behind a wealth of wonderful music. This list means to honour those lives and that music as well as the great music that could have been.

History
by DubeluWriter
5 years ago
Why Were Nazi Germany's Allies So Abysmal?

Do you really think that Nazi Germany could have won World War II? The conflict was not just about military capabilities, but many other crucial factors as well.

Pets & Animals
by JudyE
8 years ago
Introduced Pests of Britain - The Muntjac Deer

The Muntjac deer is also called the Mastreani or the 'barking' deer because of its loud bark. It may bark for 20 minutes or more if attempting to find a mate nearby. It is native to south-east Asia but was introduced into Great Britain in 1900 and has become a serious nuisance in the countryside.

Travel & Places
by ricsvaigs
8 years ago
Riga, Capital of Latvia

Riga is the largest city in and the capital of Latvia. Among travelers, the city has become famous for its beautiful Old Town, its Art Nouveau architecture and its nightlife.

History
by kmancloquet
8 years ago
Napoleon Bonaparte

This article is a biography of Napoleon Bonaparte. In this article you can learn about napoleons life from his birth to his death.

Sports
by Scansorial
8 years ago
La Vuelta a Espana Preview: Week 1

La Vuelta a España, professional cycling's third and final 3-week grand tour of the season, begins on Saturday, August 20 in Benidorm, Spain. Madrid will host the final stage on September 11 after 3,295km (2,047 miles) of racing. This year's edition of the race promises to be exciting with...

by Marcin
7 years ago
mrsztuczkens' August 2012 Earnings Report

This is my first income report and I'm not very active on the forum (I read it frequently but post very rarely), so I assume that most people reading this don't even recognize my name. I'm writing this partly to motivate myself, partly for accountability and hopefully to inspire others.

Entertainment
by Eileen Kersey
10 years ago
Book Review-The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas

After seeing a few short clips of a film, which was called, 'The boy in the striped pyjamas' I made a mental note to check it out. It looked an interesting film and something that was a little different. I have seen the film recently but, before I could...

Health
by Boudica
5 years ago
Weird Ways to Fall Asleep When Warm Milk Isn't Working

You want to get to sleep. You've tried the lavender pillow, the warm milk. It isn't working. Here are some weirder things to try. What do you have to lose?

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