Diary of Carl Kaas - May 10, 1940 - A Research Guide for Students Diary written by Carl Kaas originally in Dutch, edited by I Leefor English structure, grammar or spelling only as needed. Diary Entry Date: May 10, 1940 For several years, ever since Hitler became the Head of State in Germany, rumors got around about war, would it come or not. When Hitler ordered his army to walk into Sudetenland, England was very disturbed. So Neville Chamberlain, the British Prime Minister, flew to Germany to have a good talk with Adolf Hitler.
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Great Wall of China, History, Gallery of Pictures, Travel Guide, News,... Welcome to the Great Wall Web Site Within a long time we had a thought to set up a website that could introduce the Great Wall of China to all over the world, which writings appearing in sources online and offline are often oversimple and centered generally on titles granted to the world's longest construction, and on travel information whose browsers might not know that the Great Wall is gasping under the burden of tourism. Contrasting to the contents above, little has been mentioned about the origin of the Great Wall, and its significance why and how in military affairs during more than 20 dynasties who built it. What's worse, quite a few sources even hold wrongly about the building time and the length of the Great Wall, and arbitrarily about the role it played in the international world. All these may lead people to a false impression of the Great Wall.
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The nineteen-twenties era bears many parallels to today. It was a fascinating period of time and you can learn all about it here. We have attempted to cover all aspects of the 1920s, particularly as it applies to the U.S.A., so we hope you enjoy the articles and images that will take you back in time to this interesting era... an era that helped shape the world as we know it today.
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