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Warsaw GhettoWarsaw Ghetto by The Ovi Team
16 May 2016
May 16th 1943; in Poland, the Warsaw Ghetto uprising comes to an end as Nazi soldiers gain control of Warsaw's Jewish ghetto, blowing up the last remaining synagogue and beginning the mass deportation of the ghetto's remaining dwellers to the Treblinka (Add a comment)
Frank Baum: The Father of the Wizard of OzFrank Baum: The Father of the Wizard of Oz by Rene Wadlow
15 May 2016
L. Frank Baum (1856 - 1916) whose birth anniversary we mark on 15 May is largely forgotten as a writer while his 1899 book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz lives on through the 1939 film with Judy Garland as Dorothy and references in essays to the Tin Woodman (Add a comment)
Faith 7Faith 7 by The Ovi Team
15 May 2016
On May 15, 1963, Gordon Cooper is launched into space aboard Faith 7 on the longest American space mission to that date. Faith 7 was the capstone of Project Mercury, the NASA program that put the first American into space in 1961 and the first astronaut i (Add a comment)
Christmas Island tests Christmas Island tests by The Ovi Team
15 May 2016
May 15th 1957; Britain dropped its first hydrogen bomb on Christmas Island in the Pacific Ocean. (Add a comment)
Hans FrankHans Frank by David Sparenberg
14 May 2016
Hans Frank was the Nazi Governor-General of occupied Poland. Hans Frank was responsible for overseeing the mass murder of four million human beings. Three million Jews. One million Poles. (1 comment)
Black day in the history of journalismBlack day in the history of journalism by Ovi Magazine Guest
14 May 2016
Any journalist worth their salt understands the risks that go along with investigative reporting. Any journalist who doesn't report on a journalist receiving the death sentence aren't entitled to call themselves journalists. (1 comment)
The Warsaw PactThe Warsaw Pact by The Ovi Team
14 May 2016
May 14th 1955; the Communist states sign Warsaw Pact. The Soviet Union and its Eastern Bloc allies have signed a security pact in the Polish capital, Warsaw, after a three-day conference. Announcements in Warsaw and Moscow said the Soviet Prime Minister, (Add a comment)
Wall talk #622Wall talk #622 by Thanos Kalamidas
14 May 2016
Contemporary talk, wall to wall walk! (Add a comment)
Intersections of Logic and FaithIntersections of Logic and Faith by Brett Petruzzelli
13 May 2016
In today's world, especially, the concepts of science, logic, and reason are growing evermore apart from the belief in anything unseen; namely religion. This is undoubtedly due to the rapid advancement in the world of science and the long denial of thos (1 comment)
Hope and GloryHope and Glory by Nikos Laios
13 May 2016
Where you live I flourish, Where we love Life grows. (Add a comment)
Pope shot in RomePope shot in Rome by The Ovi Team
13 May 2016
May 13th 1981; thousands see Pope shot in Rome. The Pope has been shot four times as he blessed the crowds in St Peter's Square in Rome. Surgeons have performed a five-hour operation and say they hope he will make a full recovery. (1 comment)
Daphne Du MaurierDaphne Du Maurier by The Ovi Team
13 May 2016
May 13th; British writer Daphne Du Maurier is born on this day in 1907. Du Maurier wrote many romantic suspense novels, including the popular Rebecca (1938). (1 comment)
Hungry of Hungary - One (senti)mental journeyHungry of Hungary - One (senti)mental journey by Ovi Magazine Guest
12 May 2016
Some days ago, I achieved historical continuity between Hungary and Indonesia - well, at least in connection to my father and me. How so? (1 comment)
28M people forcibly displaced by conflict & disasters in 2015 and millions more invisible.28M people forcibly displaced by conflict & disasters in 2015 and millions more invisible. by Ovi Magazine Guest
12 May 2016
28 million people forcibly displaced by conflict and disasters in 2015 and millions more still invisible: IDMC new report highlights global crisis of internal displacement. (1 comment)
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