Car-free Paris? It was already a dream in 1790 Le Pont-Neuf et la Pompe de la Samaritaine, vue du quai de la Mégisserie, painting by Nicolas Raguenet (circa 1750-1760). Musée Carnavalet Arnaud Exbalin, Université Paris
In less than 48 hours, Suharto had roundly defeated the 30th September Movement. At about the same time, the abductees’ bodies were found in an old well in an area known as Lubang Buaya (Crocodile Hole) in east Jakarta.
The synchronicity of Richard Nixon’s resurgence in the 1980s with Gorbachev’s rise, and his curious 1991 trip to the Soviet Union, show clearly that he had an active role in the intelligence strategy that led to the fall of the Soviet Union.
In August 1939, one month before the start of World War II, Einstein sent a letter to the U.S President Roosevelt recommending the utilization of nuclear chain reactions to create an atomic bomb. In his
Genghis Khan (1162 – 1227) is known for having unified the Mongolian tribes and establishing a large empire in Central Asia. He used ingenious military tactics and ferocious brutality to defeat the Chinese dynasties in the south
On July 14th 1789, French revolutionaries stormed into the Bastille prison, a symbol of the tyrannic monarchy. They succeeded to dismantle it and signal the beginning of the French revolution. King Louis 16, his wife
This photo was not taken in the Nazi Germany. It shows the MP Sir. Oswald Mosley, during a parade of the British Union of Fascists in the 1930s. Throughout his career, Mosley explored the whole political spectrum, from the extreme left to the extreme right. This photo illustrates his Fascist episode with the Black Shirts. The uniformed and military-style organisations were later banned by the British government. After the war, Mosley formed the Union Movement, calling for the unification of Europe under one super state.