Category: History

The Six Day War – Day 1

An excerpt from: On Monday, the 5th of June 1967, Israel called the bluff of the posturing Arab states at its borders when it launched its air force in the direction of Egypt. In a coordinated attack of exemplary precision, 16 enemy airfields were struck at 8.45 am local time.…

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Bob Dylan and President John F. Kennedy

An excerpt from Friends and Other Strangers: Bob Dylan Examined by Harold Lepidus John F. Kennedy was inaugurated as the 35th President of the United States, in Washington, D.C. on January 20, 1961, during a snowstorm. Bob Dylan arrived in a snowbound New York four days later. Kennedy appeared in…

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Zombie Flesh Eaters (1979)

Director: Lucio Fulci Writers: Elisa Briganti, Dardano Sacchetti, Chuck Smith Stars: Tisa Farrow (Anne), Ian McCulloch (Peter), Al Cliver (Brian), Richard Johnson (Dr. Menard) VIPCO Release: 1980 Also Known As: See below VIPCO Plot Synopsis: In Hudson Bay a sailing boat that has a neglected appearance is drifting slowly out…

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Israel and Palestine Book

Israel Palestine Book

Taken from the book Israel and Palestine: The Complete History * 39: Black September The (Palestinian Liberation Organisation) PLO was founded in May 1964 and advocated legitimate resistance to Israel in the Occupied Territories. Exiled into neighbouring lands, the Palestinians launched cross-border raids from Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon. In 1967,…

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Yasser Arafat

Yasser Arafat – Mr Palestine

From the acclaimed book: [caption id="attachment_1133" align="aligncenter" width="200"] Click On The Cover For More Details[/caption] * Yasser Arafat was born in Cairo to Palestinian parents on the 24th of August 1929, the fifth son of a businessman. Arafat is the place of a holy shrine near Mecca and was the…

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Churchill versus Hitler Book Cover

Adolf Hitler Quotes

"If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed." "As lunatics like that drunkard Churchill and Maccabeans and numskulls like that brilliantined dandy Eden are at the helm we’ve to be prepared for just about anything!" "The very first essential for success is…

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Churchill versus Hitler Book Cover

Winston Churchill Quotes

"A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject." At a dinner with Churchill, Ribbentrop had said that, in a future war with Britain, Germany would have the Italians on its side.  Churchill, referring to Italy’s poor record in the First World War, responded with…

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Hitler’s views on the British Empire to 1924

* Hitler never visited Britain or any part of the British Empire[*].       He knew essentially no English, though this did not stop him holding the opinions that “the English language lacks the ability to express thoughts that surpass the order of concrete things”, and that English spelling…

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