Germany’s invasion of the Soviet Union on June 22, 1941, is widely interpreted by historians as an unprovoked act of aggression by Germany. Adolf Hitler is typically described as an untrustworthy liar who maliciously broke the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact he had signed with the Soviet Union.
First Chief Justice John Jay [from "Academic Freedom on Religious Campuses" by James R. Otteson, as published in the August, 1999, issue of THE FREEMAN, the journal of the Foundation for Economic Education, pp. 55-53]: "anything in the Constitution can be made to mean anything."
Apr 22, 2019 · The first bill would add new restrictions on the export of tear gas, riot gear and other ítems that can be used to control crime. The second measure urges the Trump administration to provide up ...
Jan 30, 1970 · By Monina A. Mercado. First published in her column, It’s a Long Story, in Graphic, March 4, 1970, p. 18. When a conventful of nuns in Makati, listening over the radio to the progress of the January 30 street battle, concluded that their enclave would probably be besieged next, they reportedly filled buckets of water to put out whatever fires are set in their house and exclusive school.
Aug 16, 2010 · As the cross-examination of Charles Taylor's 19th defense witness moves into a second week, prosecutors today put to Issa Hassan Sesay that Sierra Leone's main rebel group was created and supported by Mr. Taylor, an assertion that the witness disputed.
The defense had little objection so long as it could introduce equally irrelevant testimony concerning the actions of citizens prior to the crucial events. The court permitted the lawyers to have their way. Of the Crown's first witnesses, only one made a major point. The town watchman, Edward Langford, described the death of a citizen, John Gray.
THE FIRST SETTLERS.--The first settlement was made by a company of about. twenty gentlemen and three hundred artisans and laborers. They were led. and accompanied by two of Lord Baltimore's brothers, and by two Catholic. priests. They came over in 1634 in two ships, the _Ark_ and the _Dove_, and not far from the mouth of the Potomac founded St ...
One reason I am particularly interested in the stories of Safi and Qazi Amin is that they both have a connection to the “heroes” of my previous book: Safi is the youngest son of the tribal chief Sultan Muhammad Khan, and Qazi Amin’s father was a cleric and disciple of one of the Mulla of Hadda’s principal deputies.