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Israel digitizes the contents of its museums

Israel digitizes the contents of its museums

The new Internet portal that Israel has launched is a door that allows the general public around the world in a simple, simple and fast way to access the collections of Israel's museums from a computer, smartphone or tablet. "Museums in Israel-the National Portal" portal is the first project of its kind to showcase Israel's efforts to preserve culture and heritage in the digital age.

Europe: Chained by History, Larry J. Hilton

Europe: Chained by History, Larry J. Hilton

Europe: Chained by History, Larry J. HiltonEurope: Chained by History, Larry J. HiltonThe basic idea of this book is to use the history of Vienna to explore the wider history of Europe, and then to come up with a suggestion for how Europe could solve its current problems.The text falls into three parts.

The Yonaguni Ruins: A Mystery of History

The Yonaguni Ruins: A Mystery of History

The island of Yonaguni belongs to the Japanese archipelago of Ryūkyū and under the waters that surround it a series of rock formations were discovered in 1986 that did not seem to have a natural origin, and many experts believe that they are really remains of an ancient city with more than 10,000 years of antiguaty.

British Infantry attacking Yewe, Burma

British Infantry attacking Yewe, Burma

British Infantry attacking Yewe, Burma Here we see British Infantry from the 14th Army attacking the village of Yewe, 12 miles south of Meiktila, during the British reconquest of Burma early in 1945.

Bassetki Tablets reveal the location of the royal city of Mardaman

Bassetki Tablets reveal the location of the royal city of Mardaman

The translations of the Bassetki Tablets, in Assyrian cuneiform script carried out by the University of Tübingen, have revealed a secret that until now had not been discovered in history: Bassetki, the place in Iraq where the tablets were found, is actually the royal city of Mardaman.

1. Message From Chairman Khrushchev to President-elect Kennedy Moscow, November 9, 1960. - History

1. Message From Chairman Khrushchev to President-elect Kennedy Moscow, November 9, 1960. - History

Message From Chairman Khrushchev to President-elect KennedyMoscow, November 9, 1960.ESTEEMED MR. KENNEDY, Allow me to congratulate you on the occasion of your election to the high post of the President of the United States.We hope that while you are at this post the relations between our countries would again follow the line along which they were developing in Franklin Roosevelt& 39;s time, which would meet the basic interests not only of the peoples of the U.