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What did NATO AFCENT commander Bennecke do during World War 2?

What did NATO AFCENT commander Bennecke do during World War 2?

The commander of Headquarters, Allied Forces Central Europe (AFCENT) from 1968–1973 was (Konrad Max Arthur) Jürgen Bennecke, a German. In short: Bennecke's publically available bio has some gaps in…

The best value for money sunglasses

The best value for money sunglasses

Sunglasses are the queens of beaches and swimming pools in the summer, but that does not mean that this accessory is not necessary during the rest of the other seasons of the year, both on sunny days and on cloudy days. Sunglasses play a fundamental role in our health, since they protect us from ultraviolet rays, which can damage our eyes.

American Civil War: Conclusion

American Civil War: Conclusion

American Civil War: ConclusionBack: The West The Union won the American Civil War in the west. While successive Union generals attempted to capture Richmond, the western Confederacy was dismantled, state by state, city by city, until Sherman’s army was able to march through the heart of the Confederacy and threaten Richmond from the south.

Editor, Our Site

Editor, Our Site

Our Site is the UK’s biggest digital history brand across Video on Demand, podcasts, social media and the web. Its website, Our Site, receives 1m sessions a month globally.Our Site is part of Little Dot Studios, one of the world’s fastest growing next-generation media companies. Little Dot Studios’ digital history brands Timeline and Absolute History already generate more than 1m unique video views a day, with Timeline amassing 2m subscribers on YouTube alone.

Malaysia News - History

Malaysia News - History

MALAYSIAIn The News AP Names Malaysia Bureau Chief

George Floyd is killed by a police officer, igniting historic protests

George Floyd is killed by a police officer, igniting historic protests

On the evening of May 25, 2020, white Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kills George Floyd, a Black man, by kneeling on his neck for almost 10 minutes. The death, recorded by bystanders, touched off what may have been the largest protest movement in U.S. history and a nationwide reckoning on race and policing.