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Joseph Staline - Histoire

Joseph Staline - Histoire

Joseph Stalin1879- 1953Russian DictatorSteven Spielberg credit Gage SkidmoreSoviet strongman Joseph Stalin was born in 1879. He became a Bolshevik at the age of 24 and grew close to Communist leader, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. After Lenin& 39;s death, Stalin proceeded to ruthlessly eliminate all opposition.

Les provinces de l'Empire romain, Alpes Poeninae et Alpes Graiae, étaient-elles des provinces différentes ou identiques ?

Les provinces de l'Empire romain, Alpes Poeninae et Alpes Graiae, étaient-elles des provinces différentes ou identiques ?

There's a map I've seen that shows four separate provinces for the Alpes, including Alpes Poeninae and Alpes Graiae. However, everywhere else I've looked, I haven't been able to find any informatio…

Pourquoi les rois espagnols ont-ils à plusieurs reprises divisé leurs royaumes entre leurs enfants à leur mort ?

Pourquoi les rois espagnols ont-ils à plusieurs reprises divisé leurs royaumes entre leurs enfants à leur mort ?

Au moyen-âge, l'Espagne détenue par les chrétiens était divisée en différents royaumes et royaumes. Avant l'unification éventuelle par les « monarques catholiques » (Ferdinand II et Isabelle I), d'autres rois ont uni…

Motifs de poterie géométrique

Motifs de poterie géométrique

A detail of a 7th century BCE amphora displaying the common design motifs of the Geometric style of Greek pottery. The style was in use from 900 to 600 BCE in the Greek world and involved decorating...

Boulton Paul P.85

Boulton Paul P.85

Boulton Paul P.85The Boulton Paul P.85 was a design for a naval version of the P.82 Defiant turret fighter, but was rejected in favour of the Blackburn Roc.In 1935 the Fleet Air Arm issued Specification O.30/35, which called for a turret fighter capable of being operated off an aircraft carrier. Unsurprisingly Boulton Paul offered a version of their Defiant, using a Bristol Hercules HE-ISM engine to satisfy the naval preference for radial engines.

Recrutement pendant la Première Guerre mondiale

Recrutement pendant la Première Guerre mondiale

Read the essential details about recruitment in the First World War. On 7th August, 1914, Lord Kitchener, the war minister, began a recruiting campaign by calling for men aged between 19 and 30 to join the British Army. At first this was very successful with an average of 33,000 men joining every day.