World War 2: Germany Enters AfricaWorld War 2: Germany Enters Africa3 years ago in Settings More Like This
Into the Balkans
With the Italian forces annihilated by the British the Germans were now put into a tough position. Adolf Hitler would now have to decide to either abandon Benito Mussolini and his ambitions for Italy even if it was his most powerful ally or he could help them in the Balkans and Africa. He decided to help and now prepared a campaign into the Balkans. The five Balkan nations were Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, and Greece. Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria were already allied with Hitler and were in the Axis. However, a revolution had turned the pro-German government in Yugoslavia into a pro-British one. Its neighbor Greece was also pro-British so in April 1941 500,000 German troops invaded Yugoslavia and Greece. This would be the beginning of Germany getting stuck into Mussolini's ambitious dreams of recreating the Roman Empire and would force them to send forces that could have been used in Operation Barbarossa to other places instead.
Nevertheless, the Balkans Ca
My new Life... -Part 1-A new school. A new class and new friends.My new Life... -Part 1-4 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Each time the same ...
"Hajimemashite. Watashi wa desu Delia. Deli de ii desu. Yoroshiku onegai shimasu."
With this sentence, I always placed myself in front of my new class.
And as always replied to me: "Oh." & "Ah."
But here ... They stared at me.
It was quiet. Very quiet.
The teacher said I should introduce myself and just put on a free place, but that wasn't so simply.
I had an uncomfortable feeling in my stomach ...
None of them greeted me or said anything to me.
Some just stared at me with big eyes and the other grinned.
Suddenly the door opened.
There were five beautiful boys with a small smile on they're faces and one of them was my brother Aido.
"Deli'chan! At last you've arrived," said my brother Aido smiled. "Is everything okay with you?"
"Hai ... Subete ijo nashi."
Which meant translated: "Yes ... Everything OK."
Again it was quite quiet.
But then said a beautiful boy with brown hair: "Hello De
The Holocaust MuseumToday I went to the Holocaust Museum, in Dallas, Texas.The Holocaust Museum2 years ago in Settings More Like This
I have never been to a place that seemed so haunted...
You could almost feel the eerie chill of the spirits that moved around you, their definitive white lines floating strangely in the half-lit rooms.
I have never been to a place that was so quiet...
We were told to quickly grab an audio headset, and head to the Boxcar Exhibit. The still pictures of motionless bodies scared us to our bones. Time stood still. I felt the pictures should be moving, something should be happening, a voice should be sounding, but nothing happened. It wasn't right.
The only voice you could faintly hear was the audio set talking softly, the guide's voice solemn.
Then the spirits came.