Would the capture of Moscow have altered the outcome of World War II? Moscow was more than the administrative capital of the Soviet Union: it was also a vital rail hub and production center. There was also the symbolic value: totalitarian dictators, like Hitler and Stalin, crafted images of themselves as all-knowing leaders of their nations.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is finally, finally here on Thursday, but some lucky people got to see its world premiere over the weekend, so we can live vicariously through them, for now. Details are light at this point, which is a good thing, but the early impressions are in, and they're about as positive as you'd expect.
The potato allowed farmers to grow more on less land, therefore making land less valuable and less likely to be fought over.
This weekend, Star Wars. The Last Jedi was unleashed on the crowds attending its world premiere in Los Angeles, which meant we got our first teases and reactions to the movie (surprise, people liked it!). But the highlight of the premiere was Kelly Marie Tran having an absolutely outstanding time. More »
Michael Peck Security, Europe Would the capture of Moscow have altered the outcome of World War II? Would the capture of Moscow have altered the outcome of World War II? Losing their capital has often led nations to seek peace. Moscow was more than the administrative capital of the Soviet Union: it was also a vital rail hub and production center. Show More Summary
The photographic world of Pixel and Pixel 2 owners just got more interesting now that Google Inc. has released its augmented reality stickers. The owners of Pixel phones running the recent release of Android 8.1 Oreo now have accessShow More Summary
In certain circles, I’m sure – among those who don’t know an elf from an Ewok – cosplay is considered weird. Even for me, a self-identified geek, the world of cosplay always seemed to be the ultimate boss level reserved for uber-nerds only. Show More Summary
Both Hitler and Roosevelt believed that war was inevitable, and they were both probably right. Restraining the war machine in December of 1941 might have bought some additional time for Germany in the Med and (possibly) in the skies, but would have forced the Kriegsmarine to forego an offensive that it believed could win the war.
A new featurette for Star Wars: The Last Jedi takes a behind the scenes look at many of the gorgeous real world locations used in the upcoming film. The Last Jedi is set to blast its way into theaters on December 15th, 2017. Behind the Scenes Look at Star Wars: The Last JediA Look at...
Politicians in Moscow are taking turns saluting Putin and Russia's troops and blast the U.S. for getting "no significant results" on the battlefield.
Robert Farley Security, The big what-if question. Both Hitler and Roosevelt believed that war was inevitable, and they were both probably right. Restraining the war machine in December of 1941 might have bought some additional time...Show More Summary
Sebastien Roblin Security, The unique Kugelpanzer, or “ball tank”, was built in Germany and at some point shipped over to Japanese-occupied China. The kinship with World War I-era prototypes ties the Kugelpanzer’s concept to an era in...Show More Summary
Hilde Zadek was evacuated from Poland as a German at the end of the First World War. She fled Germany as a Jew to Palestine in 1934. Thirteen years later, she joined the Vienna State Opera as one of its Golden Age cast, singing there for 20 years. She is still going strong. This […]
This is a tough question for most people. Who is the worst president of them all since World War II? It’s funny that we choose World War II as a
With Los Angeles wildfires, nuclear war with North Korea, and Jake Paul’s Christmas video – what will cause the world to end? Here are 11 of the greatest threats to humanity! [ASAP Science] The post The 11 Greatest Threats To Humanity appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Star Wars fans—the reactions are in. Twitter was alight with fervor Saturday night after the world premiere—and first ever public screening—of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the eighth instalment in the Skywalker saga, directed by Rian Johnson. The movie’s stars including John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Mark Hamill and Lupita Nyong’o walked the red [...]Show More Summary
YouTuber It’s a Small World is back, but her musical calculators have multiplied for her latest performance – a fun cover version of John Williams’ Star Wars opening theme, complete with the iconic 20th Century Fox music.
Prepare for "more goosebump moments" than ever before in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." Episode VIII had its big world premiere on Saturday, with reactions pouring onto social media. Since the biggest takeaway is the suggestion to avoid spoilers at all cost, there are no spoilers in these early review tweets. Show More Summary
The cast of Star Wars: The Last Jedi traveled around the world to work in otherworldly places that could pass for a galaxy far, far away. That includes the Bolivian salt flats, Skellig Michael in Ireland, and Dubrovnik, Croatia. Yeah, it's a tough job, but someone's gotta do it. Show More Summary
At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's new on Netflix and TV, we've got you covered. New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital "Dunkirk" Will Christopher Nolan's World War II epic win Best Picture at the 2018 Oscars? We'll have to wait until March to find out. Show More Summary