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The bedroom of a World War One soldier, killed on the battlefield almost a century ago, has been kept virtually untouched by successive owners of the house up to the present day.
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The bedroom of a First World War soldier, killed on the battlefield almost a century ago, has been kept virtually untouched by successive owners of the house up to the present day.
French World War One bedroom of soldier who never returned
Ms. Stangneth’s book cites that document and a mountain of others to offer what some scholars say is the most definitive case yet that Eichmann, who was hanged in 1962, wasn’t the order-following functionary he claimed to be at his trial, but a fanatically dedicated National Socialist.
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Arrested Eichmann escaped in 1946 for Argentina. He was captured by Mossad in 196. Taken to Israel and charged w/ crimes against humanity, crimes against the Jewish people and membership in an outlawed organization. On December 15, he was sentenced to death. Eichmann was executed by hanging in Ramleh, Israel. His body was cremated and the ashes were spread at sea, beyond Israel's territorial waters. The execution of Adolf Eichmann remains the only time that Israel has enacted a death sentence.
The man in the glass booth: Adolf Eichmann was captured by Israeli agents in South America and stood trial in Jerusalem for war crimes. Specifically, he was mastermind of the Holocaust after the death in 1942 of Reinhard Heydrich. He was found guilty, sentenced to death and hanged in 1962. www.lberger.ca/Leon_Berger/Memoir__Lunch_With_Charlotte.html
In 1960, agents of Israel's Mossad nabbed ex-SS officer Adolf Eichmann, one of the lead figures in the coordination of the Holocaust, in his Argentine bolt-hole. A year later, his trial in an Israeli...
Researcher claims that the two atomic bombs did not end the war with Japan. Rather, it was fear of a Soviet occupation, after Stalin's surprise attack. Tsuyoshi Hasegawa used the Japanese, Russian and English-language sources to find out what happened in the High War Council in the final days.
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This day in History: Aug 6, 1945: American bomber drops atomic bomb on Hiroshima
A file photo dated August 6, 29145 shows the mushroom cloud over Hiroshima an hour after the 'Little Boy' atomic bomb was dropped on the city from the Enola Gay Boeing B-29 Superfortress bomber. Tomorrow marks the 67th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima.
In this Aug. 6, 1945 file photo released by the U.S. Army, a mushroom cloud billows about one hour after an atomic bomb was detonated above Hiroshima, Japan. Hiroshima will mark the 67th anniversary of the atomic bombing on Aug. 6, 2012. Clifton Truman Daniel, a grandson of former U.S. President Harry Truman, who ordered the atomic bombings of Japan during World War II, is in Hiroshima to attend a memorial service for the victims. AP Photo/U.S. Army via Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
Great feature about the legacy of WW1 - includes very good interactive map.
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Commemorating 100 years ... along the Marne today...
TIME Picks the Top 100 Photos of 2014 | TIME Poppies bloom amid wheat fields that were once the front line during World War I in Marne, France, June 4, 2014.
The French psychologist Anne Ancelin Schützenberger, now in her 90s, has spent decades studying what she calls the ancestor syndrome — that we are links in a chain of generations, unconsciously affected by their suffering or unfinished business until we acknowledge the past.