Oct 26, 2015
Most people don't think of East Prussia when they think of Germany, but at one point in History, Germany owned a good chunk of what is today Poland's Baltic coast; including Gdańsk and Königsburg. Like other parts of Germany, East Prussia was ravaged and despoiled by the Soviet Red Army juggernaut which swept across the Eastern  Read More. . .
May 5, 2014
The end of the 19th century saw the rise of Nationalism, the belief that every ethnic group should be free to rule itself. By August 1914, Nationalism had erupted into one of the major causes of World War I. Austria-Hungary was an empire made up of many different ethnic groups and one of the members of the Central Powers during the Great  Read More. . .
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