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World War II stands as one of the most monumental conflicts in human history, engulfing the globe in a devastating war that reshaped political, social, and economic landscapes.
Room 39 is one of the most secret organizations in arguably the world’s most secretive state. It is believed to be involved in obtaining foreign currency for the nation’s leaders.
Hanns Scharff was a Master Interrogator working for The Luftwaffe at Nazi Germany during the Second World War.
Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation-state. Muhammad Ali Jinnah did all three in 1947 as the Founder of Pakistan
On Monday 27 February 1933, after dictator Adolf Hitler was inaugurated as Chancellor of Germany, there was an attempt on the Reichstag German parliament known as the Reichstag Fire (Reichstagsbrand, in German).
Simo Häyhä was a Finnish shepherd, and one of the deadliest elite snipers in history, if not the deadliest one. With a tally of 542 soldiers wounded, and from those, at least 259 deadly casualties, he was nicknamed “The White Death” by his enemies.
In 1960, at the height of the Cold War era, the US Army developed a secret program named Project Iceworm aimed at constructing a network of movable nuclear missile launch sites beneath the Greenland ice sheet.
Project Iceworm 1960: The Secret Nuclear Tunnels Under Greenland
The Lunik Plot was a CIA operation during the Cold War in which a Soviet Union spacecraft was hijacked at a train station.
Operation Lunik: The CIA’s Plan To Steal A Soviet Spacecraft
The year was 1966. America was at war with Vietnam. Casualties were high on both sides. On America’s end, African Americans suffered disproportionately high casualty rates in Vietnam. In 1965 alone they comprised 14.1% of total combat deaths when they only comprised approximately 11% of the total U.S. population in the same year.
McNamara’s Morons: The Folly of American Foreign Policy