Shadows and Foreshadowing at Nagasaki
Atomic shadows at Nagasaki When U.S. Secretary of War William Howard Taft arrived in Nagasaki Harbor on July 31, 1905, he and the huge imperial retinue about the SS Manchuria were given a rapturous welcome. As the ship departed that evening, notes James Bradley in his infuriatingly informative history The Imperial Cruise, Nagasaki's mayor toasted Taft and his party with champagne. The Sumo-sized American functionary then led the throng in a war chant to celebrate Japan's battlefield triumphs…
“I didn’t want to be a war photographer in the first place, I wanted to show landscapes and peace, which is what I am doing now, and which I find much harder than photographing war. It doesn’t take...
Gul Afrooz, non sa quanti anni ha. "Sono diventata così per le botte di mio marito. Ho un piede deformato per una frattura non curata, non ci sto con la testa e i miei 5 figli non mi riconoscono come madre. Le capre che mi sono state donate mi danno gioia. I malati mentali vivono una c
Women Victims: The Real Heroes of Acid Attack [SLIDESHOW]
Violent assault in the form of acid attack is most common in many countries. According to Wikipedia, these attacks are most common in Cambodia, Afghanistan, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and a few other countries. According to statistics, 80 percent of victims of these acid attacks are female and
Top 10 Worst Moments in Human History - Listverse
So often we publish lists that praise events in human history - tales of victory over diseases, disastrous situations, and the like. But, alas, history is also replete with events that we must remember so as to not repeat them, but we wish had never happened. This list looks at ten of the worst moments in history when man showed that he can act with utter contempt for the rest of man.