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Destructive Warnings that were Ignored – Part II

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Operation Barbarossa

Activity Barbarossa, Hitler’s attack of the Soviet Union, started on June 22, 1941, and left 775,000 German officers and in any event 800,000 Soviet fighters dead. It likewise denoted the section of the Soviet Union into World War II. Germany’s attack was so quick and astounding that the Germans nearly caught Moscow and were just halted by the destructive Soviet winter, which changed the tide for the Soviets.

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Clockwise from top left: German soldiers advance through Northern Russia; German flamethrower team in the Soviet Union; Soviet Ilyushin Il-2s flying over German positions near Moscow; Soviet prisoners of war on the way to German prison camps; Soviet soldiers fire artillery at German positions.
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Destructive Warnings that were Ignored

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2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami And Earthquake

In excess of 230,000 individuals were executed, 500,000 were harmed, and 1.7 million were left destitute on December 26, 2004, after 9.2-greatness seismic tremor caused a torrent that influenced 14 nations in Asia and eastern and southern Africa. The episode stays one of the deadliest cataclysmic events in recorded mankind’s history.

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Indian Ocean (Jan. 2, 2005) – A village near the coast of Sumatra lays in ruin after the Tsunami that struck South East Asia. Helicopters assigned to Carrier Air Wing Two (CVW-2) and Sailors from USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) are conducting humanitarian operations in the wake of the Tsunami that struck South East Asia. The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group is currently operating in the Indian Ocean off the waters of Indonesia and Thailand. (South-West suburb of Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Village of Lampisang is visible in the upper-right corner) U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Philip A. McDaniel (RELEASED)
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Enigmatic Events From Cold War

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Nikita Khrushchev

In 1951, Soviet pioneer Nikita Khrushchev visited the United States for a gathering with President Eisenhower. During his visit, he went to Hollywood and visited the twentieth Century Fox studio and met with a couple of well known on-screen characters. Issue started when Spyros Skouras, the leader of twentieth Century Fox and an enemy of socialist, said that Los Angeles was not keen on covering anybody yet would do as such on the off chance that it ended up vital.

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Khrushchev in 1963
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Some Interesting Facts about Byzantine Empire

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The Birth of Byzantine Empire

In A.D. 324 the Emperor of the West, Constantine I, vanquished the Emperors of the East, Maxentius and Licinius, in the common wars of the Tetrarchy. Constantine turned into the primary Christian head of the Roman Empire—however the total transformation of the Roman Empire to Christianity was not cultivated during his lifetime.

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The Baptism of Constantine painted by Raphael‘s pupils (1520–1524, fresco, Vatican City, Apostolic Palace); Eusebius of Caesarea records that Constantine delayed receiving baptism until shortly before his death.
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Popular Slaves in History

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Ammar ibn Yasir

Ammar container Yasir is one of the most popular mates of Muhammad, and was among the slaves liberated by Abu Bakr. He is worshiped by Shi’a Muslims as one of the Four Companions, early Muslims who were supporters of Ali ibn Abi Talib. Ammar was conceived in the Year of the Elephant (570). Along these lines he is as old as Muhammad.

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Ammar ibn Yasir’s shrine paid tribute to by Muslims (prior to its destruction)
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Forgotten Catastrophes’s

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Aberfan Disaster

There, a mining calamity killed 144 individuals—every one of them over the ground.The Welsh town of Aberfan is settled in a valley neglected by a coal-rich mountain run. In 1966, it had a populace of 5,000, the vast majority of them utilized in the coal mineshafts. Approaching straightforwardly over the roads was a “ruin tip,” a store of waste material expelled during the mining procedure. The British National Coal Board had affirmed the area of the tip, regardless of its nearness to the town.

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The Aberfan Colliery spoil tramway in 1964, with spoil heaps at top left. The pennant sandstone building at mid-left is Pantglas County Secondary School, which lies adjacent to the junior school.
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