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Hair Color in Ancient Rome


In ancient Rome, blond hair was initially considered a symbol of prostitution, and these women had to discolor their blond hair or wear blond wigs.
After the slaves were bought from Scandinavia and Germany, the noblewomen began to wear more wigs made of their hair, and the negative stigma of blonde hair diminished in strength.

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USS Liberty AGTR – When Israel Attacked United States


The USS Liberty (AGTR) was attacked by the Israeli Air Force and by torpedo-carrying Israeli ships, on June 8, 1967, during the 6-Day War. The combined attack, by air and sea, killed 34 crew members (naval officers, two sailors and a civilian), wounded 171 crew members and seriously damaged the ship. At the time, the ship was located in international waters north of the Sinai peninsula.

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Gustl and Stephanie


August (“Gustl”) Kubizek (3 August 1888 – 23 October 1956) was a close friend from youth and contemporary of Adolf Hitler. He collected the memories of this sincere and long friendship in his book The Young Hitler I Knew, published in 1955.

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Immanuel Kant hated Jews

German Idealists. One of their common denominator is a deep hate and despise for the Jew.

Immanuel Kant, one of the greatest among these philosophers, said:

The Jews are by Nature sharp dealers who are bound together by superstition. Their immoral and vile behavior in commerce shows that they don’t aspire to civic virtue, for the spirit of usury holds sway amongst them. They are a Nation of swindlers who benefit only from deceiving their host’s culture.

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Fighting Terrorism with Nuking Deception

Fighting Terrorism, a modern struggle but what if in 1995 a book titled that way brings the sign of a particular writer like.. Benjamin Netanyahu ?

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