On July 31, 1905, Matumbi tribesman in German East Africa (today, mostly Tanzania, or Tanganyika as it was known then) marched on the trading post of Samanga, burning cotton fields and the trading pos
I had an exchange with a friend earlier today. They suggested that NATO’s case of the Trumps is terminal. I disagreed, but suggested that a Trump victory in 2020 might very well render NATO larg
Hmmmm….. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert on Tuesday cited the D-Day invasion during an answer about the current state of US-German relations. “We have a very strong relationshi
The first two weeks of fascist America have really endeared us to the rest of the world. This week’s cover of Der Spiegel: Maybe we can go to war with the Germans at the same time that we are at
Migrant workers in Germany are as routinely exploited as they are in the United States. Migrant workers in Germany’s construction industry are increasingly faced with abusive practices of this kind.
Welp, this exists. From 1555. I’m not sure, but I’m guessing this is a Protestant attack upon nuns. Time period certainly fits. As much as I hesitate to ever link to Reddit, there are peop
If Germany wants Greece to pay its debts, maybe Germany should pay Greece the reparations for World War II it owes the country.
Everyone loves American propaganda posters from World War I. Like this one: In fact, a selection of these posters are currently on display at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, which I will be seeing