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Why Was Hitler Able to Become Chancellor in January 1933?

This answer was written as part of an assessment in a History lesson, hence the more formal and formatted style. The question was worth 8 marks from a typical GCSE History paper. 372 more words

Writing

Fury: Film Review

I know this review is super late — three years late in fact. I only caught Fury on my flight home and was unable to finish it because we landed right as the climax was about to begin. 459 more words

Movies

Beautiful and Deadly: The Scharnhorst and Gneisenau

Friends of Padre Steve’s World,

I am continuing to write and research on a number of topics which I will be posting soon. So until then I am reposting another article from the depths of my vault about one of my passions, great warships. 886 more words

History

A small piece of the past

Today while exploring a low-key antique shop in downtown Kaiserslautern, I came across a small coin that immediately demanded my attention. I don’t know much about it, other than what can be observed visually. 314 more words

Things And Events

8 - Otzi’s Clothes, Stonehenge’s Wood Henge, Roman Curses and Goebbels’ Secretary

Image credit: Stonehenge, 2014 By Diego Delso, Wikimedia Commons, License CC-BY-SA 3.0

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Show Notes

This week, we analyze Otzi’s Leathers, we discover NOT a stone henge near Stonehenge, we go back to Cyprus for more mosaics and gold, we get cursed from beyond a Roman grave, and we follow up on the Reimagine the Alamo dig. 161 more words

Podcast Episode

​Ernst Nolte-The Last German

August 21, 2016  /  Gilad Atzmon

An Obituary by Gilad Atzmon 

In his book Heidegger and the Jews, the French philosopher François Léotard contends that history may promise to narrate the past, but what it does instead is conceal our collective shame. 667 more words

USA

Look who's Back!(spoiler: It's Hitler)

I recently had the pleasure of watching a German Dark Comedy and Social Commentary titled “Look Who’s Back”. The movie follows everyone’s favourite monster Adolf Hitler as he finds himself magically transported to modern-day Germany where he ends up quickly becoming a popular comedian. 942 more words

Movie Reviews