# World war
The Madman Of The Middle East: The Terrifying Legacy Of Colonel Gaddafi
For four decades, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi has been the madman of the Middle East, calling to mind brutal dictators from Adolf Hitler to Pol Pot and Saddam Hussein. Recently, he has become one of the most reviled figures on Earth, as his paranoia has led him to commit horrific acts of violence against his citizens. Now that he is gone from power, there are lessons to be learned from his destructive legacy. We must learn from these lessons so history doesn’t repeat itself in other parts of the world.
The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank: The Story of a Young Girl’s Struggle and Survival during the Holocaust
The Diary of a Young Girl is a young girl’s diary of the years 1940–1944, during the Holocaust. The diary was first published in 1947 as a diary of a young girl living in Amsterdam and hiding from the Nazis. It has since become one of the world’s best-selling books. The book tells the story of Anne Frank, a young girl who is forced to live in hiding with her family during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. As the diary progresses, the Franks experience many different challenges, including hiding from the Nazi Surveillance and Concentration camp Gestapo, bad food and sanitation, and the ever-present fear of discovery and capture by the Gestapo. Despite all these horrible experiences, Anne never loses hope or gives up on her dream of a better future for her and her family. The Diary of a Young Girl is an unforgettable testament to the human spirit, resilience, and courage.
Hitler’s Watch Sold for $1.1 Million in a Controversial Auction
Adolf Hitler's watch from 1933 sold at a Maryland auctionAlexander Auction House. A watch belonging to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler was sold for $1.1 million to an anonymous bidder n a Maryland auction despite protests from Jewish groups. The watch, manufactured by Huber, is believed to have been gifted to Hitler on his birthday in 1933.
Biden's horseback didn't work, China sent fighter jets back into Taiwan's airspace
China-Taiwan tension: A few days ago, Biden said in response to a question that if China attacks Taiwan, the US will not remain silent, it will intervene militarily. This was considered to be the toughest statement ever made by a US president on the China-Taiwan dispute.
Afghanistan's Taliban Orders Government Employees to Wear a Beard at Work
According to the three sources, who told Reuters, Afghanistan's Taliban has ordered all government officials to grow beards and follow a dress code or face being dismissed, the latest of numerous new restrictions imposed by the hardline Islamist rule.
Quick History Of World War Two European Theater
Some would say that World War Two began with Germany’s Invasion of Poland on the 1st September 1939 and the ultimatum of Britain that without a German withdrawal a State of War would exist. Needless to say there was no German withdrawal and WWII began, Britain, France, Australia and New Zealand declaring war on the 3rd of September 1939.
"I hope I live to reach 100," says the World's Oldest Tennis Player in Ukraine
Amidst the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, a 97-year-old man, Leonid Stanislavskyi, dubbed as the world's oldest tennis player, hopes to reach 100. Leonid Stanislavskyi(Photo by ITF)
The Norwegian resistance that kept Hitler from getting nuclear weapons, the Bretton Woods Conference, the Crimean War
Germany was very close to building the atomic bomb — which would have changed the course of historyPhoto by Science in HD on Unsplash. The world, as we see it today, is a marriage of events that happened and the ones that didn’t. Fallen empires, lost wars, forgotten heroes, and unexpected decisions in history have shaped the present we live in. Though we celebrate many events from history and remember many historic idols, there are events from the past that do not get enough credit as they deserve. Let’s look at some of such historical coincidences that played a significant role in our existence in the present times.