Giorgos Katidis is a greek footballer who plays for Gamma Ethniki club Irodotos as an attacking midfielder. The 28 years old player used to be a very promising player for Greece, captaining them at different youth levels before an unfortunate incident got him a life ban by the Greek Football Federation in 2013.
History is a topic that is filled with diverse stories and events. Some are pleasant and always sought out to be heard while others are repugnant and unpleasant to the ears of anyone who comes across it. A lot of people have walked the surface of the earth way before us.
Adolf Hitler was chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, serving as dictator and leader of the Nazi Party, or National Socialist German Workers Party. World War II was the biggest and deadliest war in history, involving more than 30 countries. Sparked by the 1939 Nazi invasion of Poland, the war dragged on for six bloody years until the Allies defeated Nazi Germany and Japan in 1945.
The world has witnessed evil and violence in different forms, with killings, wars, genocides and many other vices occurring over the years. However, these terrible acts are being committed by cold-hearted men who buoy up crime and mayhems in an unprecedented manner. Here are 6 of the most wicked men to have ever lived:
1) Alexander the great: he is the most powerful man to have ever existed. He conquered nations after Nations and made many empires to crumble before him. His empire stretched to almost all parts of the world both to Asia and Northern Africa. He was tutored by the Greek philosopher called Aristotle.
The world is a cocktail of knowledge and experiences and it's virtually impossible to know everything about it, so we keep acquiring new knowledge everyday. Facts are an interesting way to gain raw data and capture useful ideas about a wide range of topics, so dear readers here are some interesting facts about a wide range of topics that will help you gain more knowledge
It is not known why, but for some reason, after the defeat of Nazi Germany, the relatives of Adolf Hitler did not even try to escape from the zone of occupation of the Soviet military. In 1945, 19 relatives and people associated with Hitler were detained.
Adolf hitler the Nazi leader according to history escaped 42 assassination attempt.Now you may likely be thinking this isn't easy imagine being attacked 42 serious times with a minimal chance of survival, but escaped through the eye of a niddle. During the heat of world war 2 Adolf hitler was a major target, he was targeted by both hit men and regular enemies hunting his life alike.
The invasion of Poland was an attack on the Republic of Poland by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union which marked the beginning of World War II. The German invasion began on 1 September 1939, one week after signing a Pact with the Soviet Union, and one day after the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union had approved the pact.
1. 'Das Boot' During the 1980s, there were a number of notable submarine movies, but more often than not, they weren’t that good. One thing Das Boot did that no other submarine film had ever done was show how maddening it can be fighting in a war while in a submarine.
The killing of Jews in world war 2 is known as the holocaust. Till this day, the holocaust remaines one of the most devastating historical events to have ever happened. In the year 1939, world war 2 broke out and it took the lives of over 75 million people world wide.
1.Adolf Hitler ( Germany president) died in 1945.Hitler is one of the well known figures in history.As the leader of Nazi Germany, he orchestrated both World War II and the Holocaust, events that led to the deaths of at least 40,000,000 people.
When ever we think about the bad things that happened in the 20th century, we always remember world war 2. World war II was so devastating that it led to the death of millions of people, destroyed the world's economy and brought destruction on properties. Even till this day, many countries that were involved in the world war II have not returned to their previous booming economy of the 20th century.
What Nigeria's recent banning of Twitter has proven is a resurgence of beliefs in the magic bullet and hypodermic needle theories of communication. But what are these theories? How has the emergence of powerful microblogging platforms and the various popular social media on the internet contributed to the revival of governments around the world fearing the power of the media?
The 20th century Europe showed that some set of experiences were though most especially when it comes to leadership, this was coupled with the rule implemented in some countries which history viewed the increase of some dictatorial figure. Adolf Hitler Photograph Credit: GettyImages Most arose after the first world war era, and the latter gained recognition during the second war.
When world war 2 was initiated, there was a genocide which aimed at Killing Jewish people. At that time, the Nazis in Germany killed 6 million Jews. The killings were carried out in different concentration camps. This happened when Adolf Hitler was appointed the Chancellor of Germany in the year 1933.
No matter who you are or where you grew up, we've all probably heard of the Second World War. The most brutal war in human history accounting for over 85 million deaths. You might also have heard of names like Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, Winston Churchill etc.
Those of us who witnessed the Holiness move of the church in the 80's must have seen movies portrayed the ANTICHRIST to be a certain man who will rule the world after the rapture. And will put the number of 666 on the foreheads and right hands of those left behind.
World war 2 began in the year 1939 and ended in 1945. Over 75 million people died in the war. Adolf Hitler was responsible for initiating the war. When he became a chancellor in Germany, he was warned not to attack Poland but he refused, he went ahead and hit Poland with a rocket bomb, the attack on Poland marked the beginning of world war 2.
(A picture collage of Bishop Samuel Ajayi Crowther, his grandson, Sir Herbert Macaulay, and Brigadier General Mobolaji Johnson) The major backwardnesses the African societies have suffered was that of the military intervention in politics and policy alterations. Nigerian society was not the least among countries plagued by the ruthlessness of the various military governments that have come and gone in the country.