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Germany’s Tragic Flooding May Become Political Game-Changer

Germany’s Tragic Flooding May Become Political Game-Changer

Recovering from the aftermath of recent destructive flooding in Germany will take some time. Adding to the staggering human and economic costs, there may be political repercussions. Flood risks remain high in some regions around Germany after more rainfall over the weekend reports CNBC on Monday, July 19, 2021. What Has Been Happening? Regions in Germany […]

Celebrating National Pigs in Blankets Day

Celebrating National Pigs in Blankets Day

Pretty much every day of the year has been designated to celebrate one thing or another. April 24 has been marked to celebrate pigs in blankets — a delicious and creative cuisine — and National Skip day. This article will lay out how celebrating pigs in blankets came about. Pigs in blankets is a term […]

Honoring Holocaust Remembrance Day

Honoring Holocaust Remembrance Day

Holocaust remembrance day is recognized internationally to commemorate the millions of Nazi victims. The United Nations designated January 27 as the day for remembrance in 2005. From 1941 to 1945 the Nazi Germany genocide took place — also known as Shoah the World War II genocide of the European Jews. The Holocaust is remembered on […]

Nazi Germany Gun Control Laws Gave Rise to WWII

Nazi Germany Gun Control Laws Gave Rise to WWII

Within 10 years Germany’s gun laws evolved from registration to confiscation. The latter made it easier for Adolph Hitler to imprison minorities and so-called undesirables, which ultimately brought about WWII. After WWI, Germany went through several changes in the weapon laws. The Law on Firearms and Ammunition was enacted in 1928. Under this law registration […]