Nearly 37 million soldiers and civilians are estimated to have been killed in World War I and many people view the 1914-1918 war as unnecessary.
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The Phoney Victory raises some interesting propositions regarding the participation of the United Kingdom in World War Two. However, it fails to consider the alternative geopolitical outcome.
Leaders of France, Canada and Britain says failure to provide good quality schooling can be “catastrophic” as they call on their peers to educate girls.
New Zealand has marked the 125th anniversary of a historic move to give women the vote. It was the first country in the world to enact suffrage for women.
On this day, 118 years ago, Queen Victoria of Britain made the Royal Proclamation of the Commonwealth of Australia, declaring its creation on and after the first day of January 1901.
A handful of highly placed Russians have discovered their secrets seeping onto the web. The man behind the disclosures says more are coming.
Electoral Commission fines the official Brexit campaign group for violating campaign spending limits
Our country is a more miserable place to live in because of greed. We now have corruption at a level where our government and ruling class only want to screw us over and may sell us out to Russia.
The bloated infantile persona in diapers carting a cell phone is perfect. The man has had a pampered life and has always done what he wants regardless of the effect on others. He only cares for his needs.
Blimp depicting Donald Trump as an angry, orange diaper-wearing baby during the U.S. president’s visit to the British capital