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.
The Only Man Adolph Hitler Feared That Ended Up Defeating Him At some point in history, a man rose up and attempted to conquer the whole world and among those who he sought to conquer, heroes stood up and stopped his reign of terror.
Vlad Dracula Vlad was prince of Wallachia in the year 1448 he used cruel methods to torture and kill people, his favorite way of killing was impalement, Vlad was known for that, he would tie the victim to horses and force the stake through the buttocks of a person till it came out of the mouth, so horrible! He enjoyed killing people he killed over 100,000 people which should be 20 percent of Wallachia's population. He was later decapitated in in the year 1476 Joseph Stalin Stalin was a dictator of Soviet Union
So many people have been a part of history and so many who haven't been able to make it into the history books.
The world we’re living in has seen many tragedies in many forms. Wars, killings, genocides, riots, and famines. The real evil lies within the architects of these inhuman practices. People who advocated crime to a level no one else could fathom. Their decision wreaked havoc on humanity and all that it comes with. Check out below 10 world's most evil people in Human history: 1. Joseph Stalin Joseph Stalin was a Georgian dictator and the leader of the Soviet Union from the 1920s until his death in 1953. He has
This is the fifth season of the Big Brother Nigeria reality TV show, and no one knows the real identity of Big Brother; neither does anyone knows the identity of the all-seeing one in past seasons of Big Brother Africa or the very first Big Brother TV show in Netherland in 1999. Even in the book 1984, no one knows who Big Brother really was. People were aware of his existence, he watches and talks and makes things happen but no one knows him really. But this omniscient and omnipresent person was inspired by
1.Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) Adolf Hitler, the Führer of the Nazi Party and Germany's chancellor from 1933 to 1945, was one of history's most intelligent, inventive, and brutal dictators.
A mystery has been uncovered, after it was revealed the world's loneliest woman who stayed in the mountains for many years, after she was fled into the forest. Being alone is one of the strangest and difficult things to happen to anyone, and surviving a great length of time alone could be unbearable, but a woman has defiled such, and stayed all alone, after she was described as the world's loneliest woman. Meet 76 year old woman called Agafya Lykova. Born in 1936 when she was fled into the forest by her family,
Usually people mention men like Ivan the Terrible, Jack the Ripper, Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin or the maniac Stanislav Rogolev when it comes to some of the most evil figures in world history. The world, however, has seen women whose violence might have outgrown men's. Their 'deeds' had inspired fear throughout the world in the hearts of men and women alike. Here's a top 10 list of some of them (number 5 is African) 1 Katherine Mary Knight (born 1955) Katherine Knight is the first Australian woman to be sentenced,
When it comes to some of the most wicked kings in world history, usually people mention kings like Ivan IV of Russia, Adolf Hitler, King Firon, Alexander III of Macedon, Joseph Stalin, Leopold II of Belgium, Genghis Khan, Maximilien Robespierre. However, the world has seen Queens whose cruelty may have surpassed that of kings. Their ‘deeds’ had inspired fear in the hearts of men and women alike around the world. Below are 6 of them: 1. Queen Ranavalona I of Madagascar Queen Ranavalona I of Madagascar was
Story of Joseph Stalin who escaped the Consequences of Killing more than 20m People during his Reign
You live by the sword, die by the sword, but the adage is not true in the case of the Russian Communist Dictator, Joseph Stalin. Joseph Stalin was born on18 December, 1878, in Georgia, Russian. Joseph was a Georgian revolutionary and the second ruler of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).
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 Battle of Stalingrad - a very brutal military campaign, was a tussle between Russian forces and those of Nazi Germany and the Axis powers during World War II. The battle is an infamous one, known generally as one of the largest, longest and bloodiest contests in modern warfare: From August 1942 through February 1943, not less than two million troops fought in close quarters – and just about the same amount of people were killed or injured in the fighting, including tens of thousands of Russian civilians.
Here are some of the most evil, to have ever been born: 1.Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) The chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 Adolf Hitler was perhaps the most intelligent, creative and brutal dictators of them all.
According to New report, Joe Biden is now in a big lead in Pennsylvania, a key state that have 20 electoral votes. The lead may be the end of the election as he (Joe Biden) has already gotten 253 electoral college votes according to CNN. Adding the 20 electoral college votes in Pennsylvania (if he eventually continue the lead till the count stop) he will now have 273 electoral college votes which is a requirements of a presidential candidate to become eligible and duly elected president of United State. President
Why is Turkey interfering in the Armenian and Azerbaijan conflict? The cause of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan dates back about a century ago and was caused by Russian President Joseph Stalin, and Turkey is trying to invest it in the implementation of its plan. During the past few hours, the Caucasus region witnessed a new tension due to the development of the dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan , the renewed military operations in the "Nagorno-Karabakh" region, and the deaths in the fighting.
Before going into the list of the top seven greatest tyrants, let us have a brief detour on what the Word TYRANT really means. Who is a Tyrant A Tyrant Refers to an oppressive leader, A crude ruler who is unrestrainable by the law or an absolute ruler who seems to be untouchable by the law and has usurped a legitimate ruler' s sovereignity.
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.
Yalta Conference, which held on February 4, 11, 1945, major World War II conference of the three chief Allied leaders. Franklin D. Roosevelt of the United States, Prime Minister Winston Churchill of the United Kingdom, and Premier Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union which met at Yalta in Crimea (Peninsula located along the Black Sea coast of the Crimean) to plan the final defeat and occupation of Nazi Germany. The aim of the Yalta Conference was to decide what to do with Germany once it had been defeated. They
1. Mariya Oktyabrskaya: When her husband was killed by Nazis in WWII, she crafted a revenge plot worthy of the movies. She sold all her belongings and bought an army tank, which she named "Fighting Girlfriend." She trained for months with Joseph Stalin's approval. The day finally arrived when she plowed through the frontlines and exacted her revenge on as many Nazis as possible. “I’ve had my baptism by fire. I beat the bastards," she exclaimed. She died in combat a month later, but she had achieved her ultimate