A bit of interesting facts about different countries, people and Nations.
Until the 20th century, humanity has reached unprecedented heights: we have discovered electricity, conquered the sky and the depths of the sea, learned to heal many diseases, to quickly send messages over vast distances, we obeyed even space and nuclear energy. However, along with these achievements, the 20th century can be called the peak of the madness of the human race, when his reckless behavior people almost put herself on the brink of defeat in two world wars., reports Rus.Media.
Almost 80% of Soviet males born in 1923 died in the Great Patriotic war.
Ivan Burilov, wrote the word “Comedy” on the ballot, received 8 years imprisonment, 1949.
Male – Protestant, wife Catholic. The community is not allowed to bury them at a cemetery. Holland, 1888.
The Creator of the popular cartoon “Shrek” by William Steig sketched his character with professional wrestler Maurice, Tie.
In 1859 in Australia at will was released 24 rabbits. For 6 years the number increased to 6 000 000 individuals…
Note Yuri Gagarin, written after the flight around the Earth.
The king of the United Kingdom of great Britain and Ireland George V and his brother, the Emperor of Russia Nicholas II.
The first picture on the Ground.
The diameter of the Soviet cigarettes – 7,62 mm caliber cartridge. A widely believed myth that all production was set up so that after 2 hours it was ready to release rounds.
Afghanistan 1973 and 2016.
“Give me 5 years and you won’t recognize Germany.” — A. Hitler
John D. Rockefeller wanted to earn $100k and live to be 100 years old. And earned $192 billion, and he died in 97. Not all dreams come true.
Terry sawchuk —the face of a hockey goalie, when the mask was not yet mandatory attribute, 1966.
Mortgage — definition of the Soviet dictionary
The Minister of women’s Affairs, Angela Merkel and Chancellor Kohl. 1991 And then 10 years later she fired him.
Stalin’s son Yakov Dzhugashvili captured by the Germans, 1941. Was later killed in the camp prisoners father refused to exchange him for captured German generals.
Public execution by guillotine, France, 1939.
Australia in the mid-20th century. Very soon the USSR will send Gagarin into space.
The hotel Manager pouring acid in the pool where one can see black, 1964. USA.
Auschwitz — the same furnace in which burned people.