Military Deception played a pivotal role in World War II, with both sides employing various strategies to mislead and confuse their adversaries. In the midst of this global conflict, AGENT GARBO emerged as one of the most remarkable and successful deception campaigns of the war.
The Vile Garrote was a procedure for executing a convicted person by compressing his throat with a rope twisted with a stick, with a metal ring or by pressing the neck with a screw.
Romería del Rocío is Spain’s most important religious celebration and it attracts over a million visitors every year during the weekend before Pentecost Monday and exactly 50 days following Easter.
The Palomares atomic bomb disaster of 1966 was a major nuclear accident that occurred in the small agricultural and fishing town of Palomares, located in the Southeastern region of Spain known as Almería.
The Dolmen of Guadalperal, also known as the “Spanish Stonehenge”, is an ancient megalithic monument located near the town of Cáceres in the Extremadura region of western Spain.
Maundy Thursday – The Miserere, a religious legend by Gustavo Adolfo Becquer