The French are artistic people. When cornered, they could be as furious and determined as the wounded tigress! French Resistance in the Second World War is a brilliant example of French Nationalism.
Algae are a diverse group of primitive autotrophic plants with an undifferentiated plant body. The Hub gives an insight about Algae-Definition, Distribution and Classification based on cell structure.
Simo Hayha was the deadliest sniper ever. Called "White Death" by Russians, he killed 542 Soviets in about 100 days in the Winter War between Finland and Soviet Union just after the beginning of WWII.
Erwin Rommel, the famous "Desert Fox" was linked to the failed 20th July plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler. He was then forced to suicide as Rommel was a national hero and executing him would be risky!
Erwin Rommel, nicknamed "the Desert Fox", was a popular military leader of Hitler's Germany. He was respected and appreciated for his outstanding victories in the World Wars even by the Allies.
King of the Franks, Charlemagne’s military conquests and forceful propagation of Christianity posed a threat to the existence of the Pagan Vikings. This may be a reason for the famous Viking raids.
The Vikings were a fearful Scandinavian tribe famous for their bloody battles. However, there is a long speculation that they started as maritime traders before they raided and plundered England.