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Ephemeris of August 26

Ephemeris of August 26

1789: The French National Constituent Assembly votes the adoption of a "Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen". This defines the natural and imprescriptible rights of humanity. 1648: The people of Paris rise up against the regent Anne of Austria after the arrest of Councilor Broussel.

Ephemeris of August 4

Ephemeris of August 4

1944: Anne Frank and her family are arrested by the Gestapo. His journal would become a posthumous literary success. 1914: World War I: despite the country's neutrality, the Germans invaded Belgium. 1789: French Revolution: the National Constituent Assembly proclaims the end of feudal rule and the abolition of privileges .

Ephemeris of April 5

Ephemeris of April 5

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Suez Canal, from its construction to the 1956 crisis

Suez Canal, from its construction to the 1956 crisis

The Suez Canal is an artificial waterway that crosses the Suez Isthmus from north to south in Egypt. It was notably pierced thanks to the decisive intervention of the French diplomat Ferdinand de Lesseps, who also began work on the Panama Canal, without however completing his project.

Menlo College

Menlo College

Menlo College is situated on the San Francisco Peninsula in Atherton, California. Menlo is just an hour drive from Stanford University, Santa Clara University, and the University of California Berkeley.The college was opened as a two-year junior college. Finally, they decided to remain as a two-year lower division college and an active feeder school to Stanford University.

70th anniversary of the invasion of Poland

70th anniversary of the invasion of Poland

Exactly 70 years ago, German troops entered Poland, triggering the armed conflict of World War II. This invasion follows Poland's refusal to cede Danzig to the Reich and under the poor pretext of responding to a provocation actually orchestrated by the SS themselves (the Gleiwitz incident fomented by Himmler).