On September 1, 1939, Germany invaded Poland and started WW2.
The common misconception about the German invasion of Poland is that Germany basically rolled over Poland, which was helpless and unable to defend itself while Great Britain and France are remembered for having declared war on Germany and standing by their Polish ally.
Nothing could be further from the truth. The whole strategy of Poland in 1939 was based on the fact that the UK and France, which had signed defe
Saddam Hussein was a brutal, genocidal, dictator who commited many crimes, but he was also a former unofficial US ally, which supported and sanctioned his crimes and brutalities because it served US interests in the region.
Saddam first rise to power happened in 1963, when a CIA coup in Iraq ousted the existing government of General Abdel Karim Kassem, and bought the Ba'ath party, Saddam being a prominent party member and later its leader, into power.
In 1980, encouraged a
On August 23, 1939, Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany signed the Molotov - Ribbentrop pact, named after the Soviet foreign minister Vyacheslav Molotov and the Nazi German foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop.
The biggest historical misconceptions regarding the Molotov - Ribbentrop pact is that it was a "non aggression" pact while in fact it was the exact opposite.
In reality it was in fact an "aggression" pact which made Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany allies, and enabled H
Ben & Jerry’s embody the term 'Corporate Hypocrisy'. The ice cream empire is mostly known for their “woke” and very outspoken political stances and opinions, supporting political movements such as “Black Lives Matter”, pro migrants and against child exploitation.
The problem starts when you take a closer look at how exactly B&J built their business and how they run it.
It is actually the opposite of what they preach and virtue signal about.
B&J openly support open borders
At the end of WW1 the Ottoman empire was defeated and in shambles with European armies occupying large parts of it and its capital Constantinople.
After 600 years the once mighty and great Ottoman empire which used to rule over three continents lay shattered and in ruins, the question on everyone's minds, most notably in the Ottomans, was what will come after it.
With allied troops occupying the Ottoman capital, representatives from the war’s victorious powers signed in 192