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  • Gautam Gambhir Retirement - A Tribute to India's unsung hero (2018)
    Gautam Gambhir Retirement - A Tribute to India's unsung hero (2018)

    Gautam Gambhir retirement from cricket comes after waiting for more than 6 years for his International comeback. A true warrior, an emotional cricketer. an unsung hero, or a man with a golden heart, Words just fail to completely Capture the man he his.
    2 IPL titles, 2 World Cups, No. 1 Test Player, the man has done it all on the biggest of occasions.
    Gautam Gambhir was at the prime of his form in 2008 and 2009. The Best Test batsman and his opening partnerships with Virender Sehwag were absolutely classic.
    The Top Scorer in World Cup 2011 Final, the man gifted a billion people a smile on their faces. Now it is time for us fans to recognize what he has done for the betterment of Indian Cricket.

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    Like any other great player in the history of cricket, Gambhir also went through a low phase in his career, and 2012 marked the point of his downfall with India tour of South Africa.

    Despite all the hiccups, he won the silverware that every cricketer dreams of.

    Besides enjoying success in the gentlemen’s game, he never shied away from helping and serving his countrymen. Showing his golden heart, Gautam Gambhir Foundation came up a community kitchen to feed the poor and needy.

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    A PNG user shares her happy experience of uninterrupted clean fuel supply #AageBadho

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  • Welcoming Reuters' new South Asia Bureau Chief Martin Howell at FCC on 25 10 2018
    Welcoming Reuters' new South Asia Bureau Chief Martin Howell at FCC on 25 10 2018

    Watch Welcoming Reuters' new South Asia Bureau Chief Martin Howell at FCC on 25 10 2018 With HD Quality

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  • Aravinda Sametha Collections I Box Office India I jr Ntr I Trivikram I RECTV INDIA
    Aravinda Sametha Collections I Box Office India I jr Ntr I Trivikram I RECTV INDIA

    Aravinda Sametha Collections , Box Office India , jr Ntr , Trivikram
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    Aravinda Sametha Shocking collections ,,,,Aravinda Sametha has collected Rs.3.10 lakhs gross from Sudharshan theatre. Pooja Hegde is playing the love interest of Jr NTR and apart from the lead pair, the film has other stars like Eesha Rebba, Supriya Pathak, Sunil, Naga Babu and others in supporting role. The film is bankrolled by S. Radha Krishna under the banner of Haarika & Hassine Creations banner and it has the music by Thaman
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  • Jasbir Jassi Performing at Delhi Day Celebration Part 5 - 37th iitf 2017
    Jasbir Jassi Performing at Delhi Day Celebration Part 5 - 37th iitf 2017

    Watch Jasbir Jassi Performing at Delhi Day Celebration Part 5 - 37th iitf 2017 with HD quality.

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  • Media Briefing by Secretary (East) during State Visit of President to Vietnam
    Media Briefing by Secretary (East) during State Visit of President to Vietnam

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  • Earthquakes - Nature's Most Deadliest Force | Flashback Friday
    Earthquakes - Nature's Most Deadliest Force | Flashback Friday

    Earthquakes are considered to be nature's most deadliest force that has devastated hundreds and thousands of lives and properties since the earth was formed. In this century alone, earthquakes have taken over a million lives. 20th century's most devastating earthquake's epicenter was at Tangshan, Hebei, China, in July 1976, and had a magnitude of 7.8. It killed more than 242,000 people. Northern Pakistan and Japan were also victims of major earthquakes that scaled to more than 6.9 on Richter magnitude scale. According to seismologists, the sand and dryer faults around San Andreas in southern California is a time bomb for a major earthquake to struck at any time.

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  • Steve Irwin A Tribute to The Crocodile Hunter | #Flashback Friday
    Steve Irwin A Tribute to The Crocodile Hunter | #Flashback Friday

    Steve Irwin a.k.a The Crocodile Hunter was born on 22nd February 1962 to wildlife experts Lyn and Bob Irwin in Essendon. Steve has been working with crocodiles from the age of 9 under his father's guidance. He rose to fame due to his hit Television Show - 'The Crocodile Hunter' which aired on Australia TV in 1996, which he co-hosted with his wife Lyn Irwin. The Show was also picked up by popular channels like Discovery Network and Animal Planet. While filming for the documentary- 'Ocean's Deadliest', in 1996, Steve was stung by a stingray and was later declared dead due to the injury sustained. Many fans dropped flowers at the Australian Zoo to show tribute to the crocodile hunter. His daughter, Bindi, carried out the family's legacy by hosting her own wildlife documentary show called Bindi The Junge Girl.

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  • Joseph Stalin | Great Purge During Stalin's Reign | Flashback Friday
    Joseph Stalin | Great Purge During Stalin's Reign | Flashback Friday

    Joseph Stalin, born on 18 December 1978, was the leader of Soviet Union from 1922 to 1953. He held the post of General Secretary of communist party from the mid-1920s till his death in 1953. Joseph organized a series of purges from 1936 to 1939, known as the 'Great Purge'. Under his guidance, the USSR military carried out 39,488 executions from August 1937 to November 1938 alone. Anyone who spoke against the political rule or refused to fight against the German forces were killed without going through any judicial process. Watch this video to follow a special expedition that was carried out to find the ground zero of all the executions.

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    Joseph Stalin was born on 18 December 1978, to an ethnic Georgian family in the small town Gori (now part of Georgia). He became the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Soviet Union in 1922 and held the post until his death in 1953. He became the 'Premier of the Soviet Union' during his time at the office. After the death of Vladimir Lenin, Stalin strengthened his position at the office by eliminating any opposition to his role.

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  • Rainier III Prince Of Monaco | FlashbackFriday
    Rainier III Prince Of Monaco | FlashbackFriday

    Prince Rainier III, who has ruled the Principality of Monaco for almost 56 years, is known as one of the longest ruling monarchs in European history. Though internationally known for his marriage to the American actress Grace Kelly, he was also responsible for reforms to Monaco's constitution and for expanding the principality's economy beyond its traditional casino gambling base. Gambling accounts for only approximately three percent of the nation's annual revenue today, but when Rainier ascended the throne in 1949, it accounted for more than 95 percent.

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    On May 9, 1949, Prince Rainier took authority of Monaco, thus succeeding his grandfather Prince Louis II. Monaco was near bankrupt and had lost its glory through neglect and scandal. In addition, much of Europe’s wealth had been lost during World War II and there was very little left to gamble at the legendary casino, Monaco’s main source of income.
    Prince Rainier married American actress Grace Kelly on April 19, 1956, after a whirlwind romance.

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  • The Munich Massacre | Genocide Attack at Summer Olympics 1972 | #Flashback Friday
    The Munich Massacre | Genocide Attack at Summer Olympics 1972 | #Flashback Friday

    The Olympics games of 1972 is one of the most popular sporting event in the history of the world and not for the right reasons. The sporting event was greatly overshadowed by the attack on Israel Athletes and Coaches, by Palestine terrorists that resulted in two Israeli athletes being killed at that instant and nine taken as hostages. After 18 long hours, the Palestine terrorists and the hostages were taken to the nearby military airport of Fürstenfeldbruck, where a subsequent gun-firing took place between the German authorities and the Palestine attackers, in which all of the Israeli hostages were killed.

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    The Summer Olympics of 1972, also known as the Games of the XX Olympiad, is amongst the most popular Olympics Games that took place from August 26 to September 11, 1972. The event is not known for the sporting activities that took place, but because of the famous Munich Massacre that took lives of eleven Israeli athletes and coaches, and a West German police officer.

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  • Karl Doenitz World War II German Naval Commander | #FlashbackFriday
    Karl Doenitz World War II German Naval Commander | #FlashbackFriday

    Karl Doenitz was born on September 16, 1891 in Berlin, Germany. Being a German naval leader, he was famous for his command of the Kriegsmarine during World War II and for his twenty-three-day term as President of Germany after Adolf Hitler’s suicide.

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    Doenitz admired Adolph Hitler and was a strong supporter of the National Socialist German Workers' Nazi Party. In 1942, he was given the Knight's Cross and was promoted to admiral. This was quickly followed in 1943 with his promotion to grand admiral. Doenitz succeeded Admiral Raeder as supreme commander of the German navy. After three months, he received the Oak Leaves of the Knight's Cross and on January 30, 1944 he was accorded with the coveted Golden Party Badge for his allegiance to the party.

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  • Berlin Wall - World War II | August 1961 November 1989 | #FlashbackFriday
    Berlin Wall - World War II | August 1961 November 1989 | #FlashbackFriday

    The Berlin Wall, built by the German Democratic Republic, was a barrier that divided Berlin from 1961 to 1989. Beginning from 13 August 1961, the wall completely cut off West Berlin from surrounding East Germany and East Berlin until it was opened in November 1989. For the next 28 years, the heavily fortified Berlin Wall stood as the most tangible symbol of the Cold War – an ‘iron curtain’ dividing Europe. Its demolition officially began on 13 June 1990 and was completed in 1992.

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    As World War II ended in 1945, a pair of Allied peace conferences at Yalta and Potsdam determined the fate of Germany’s territories. With the splitting of the defeated nation into four “allied occupation zones”, the eastern part of the country went to the Soviet Union, while the western part went to the United States, Great Britain, and France. Even though Berlin was located entirely within the Soviet part of the country, the Yalta and Potsdam agreements split the city into similar sectors. The Soviets took the eastern half, while the Allies took the western. This four-way occupation of Berlin began in June 1945

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  • World War II Holocaust | Nazi’s Anti-Jewish Policy 1933-1945 | #FlashbackFriday
    World War II Holocaust | Nazi’s Anti-Jewish Policy 1933-1945 | #FlashbackFriday

    The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored genocide in which approximately six million Jews were killed by Adolf Hitler's Nazi regime and its collaborators along with the additional five million non-Jewish victims of Nazi mass murders. The eleven million k​illings took place throughout Nazi Germany and German-occupied territories.

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    From 1941 to 1945, Jews were systematically murdered in one of the largest genocide in history. It was a part of a broader aggregate of oppression and killings of various ethnic and political groups in Europe by the Nazi regime. Every member of Germany's bureaucracy was involved in the logistics and the carrying out of the genocide, thus turning the Third Reich into "a genocidal state". Other victims of Nazi crimes included Romanis, ethnic Poles and other Slavs, Soviet POWs, communists, homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses and the mentally and physically disabled.

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  • Marlene Dietrich | The Famous German-American Actress & Singer | #FlashbackFriday
    Marlene Dietrich | The Famous German-American Actress & Singer | #FlashbackFriday

    German-American actress Marlene Dietrich, who gained much popularity as a magnetic movie star and singer, was a symbol of glamour, beauty and sexual freedom during 1930! Marlene has always been much more than a star or an actress or a singer! Since the beginning of her amazing career, she developed her identity as an icon, a trendsetter who created style and fashion! The alluring diva successfully traded on her glamorous persona and exotic looks from America, cementing her super-stardom and becoming one of the highest-paid actresses of the era!


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    Marlene’s career in Germany began to take off in the late 1920s as the actress acted in several stage plays and silent films. Her performance as “Lola-Lola” in “The Blue Angel”, directed by Josef von Sternberg, brought her international fame gaining her a contract with Paramount Pictures. Making film history, she was cast in Germany’s first talking picture “Der Blaue Engel” by Josef. “The Blue Angel”, an English language version, was also filmed using the same cast. In April 1930, shortly after the premiere of “Der Blaue Engel” in Berlin, she moved to America. Marlene made several more films with von Sternberg, including “Morocco”, “Dishonored”, “Shanghai Express”, “The Scarlet Empress”, and “The Devil Is a Woman”.

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Hurricane Katrina - The Most Disastrous Of All | Flashback Friday

Hurricane Katrina was the eleventh named storm and fifth hurricane of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season. Being the costliest natural disaster it was one of the five deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. Approximately 1,245 people died in the hurricane making it the most life threatening incident! Total property damage was estimated at $108 billion (2005 USD), roughly four times the damage wrought by Hurricane Andrew in 1992.Over fifty breaches in New Orleans's hurricane surge protection are the cause of the majority of the death and destruction during Katrina on August 29, 2005. Eventually 80% of the city and large tracts of neighboring parishes became flooded, and the floodwaters lingered for weeks. Watch this video and know the detailed effect of this disastrous hurricane!Watch Hurricane Katrina - The Most Disastrous Of All | #Flashback Friday With HD Quality

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  • Hiroshima’s Atomic Bombing When The World Changed Forever | #FlashbackFriday
    Hiroshima’s Atomic Bombing When The World Changed Forever | #FlashbackFriday

    The world changed forever when on August 6, 1945, it witnessed the explosion of an atomic bomb!! On this fateful day, United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima, thus becoming the first and only nation to use atomic weaponry during wartime and marking the end of World War II. It was a disaster, which nobody could have ever imagined.

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    At the time of its bombing, Hiroshima was a city of both industrial and military significance! Since 1940, the United States had been working on developing an atomic weapon after having been warned by Albert Einstein that the Nazi Germany was already conducting research into nuclear weapons. By the time the United States conducted the first successful test when an atomic bomb was exploded in the desert in New Mexico in July 1945, Germany had already been defeated. However, the war against Japan in the Pacific continued to rage. As President Harry S.

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  • Doolittle Raid | 18th April 1942 - World War 2 | FlashbackFriday
    Doolittle Raid | 18th April 1942 - World War 2 | FlashbackFriday

    The Doolittle Raid, also known as the Tokyo Raid, was an air raid by the United States of America on the Japanese capital Tokyo and other places on Honshu Island during World War II! Executed on 18th April 1942, it’s the first air raid to strike the Japanese Home Islands. It demonstrated how vulnerable Japan was to American air attack, just four months after their surprise attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, as it provided an important boost to American morale while damaging Japanese morale. The raid was planned and led by Lieutenant Colonel James Harold "Jimmy" Doolittle, United States Army Air Forces.


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  • Rolls-Royce | The Journey of Royal Cars | FlashbackFriday
    Rolls-Royce | The Journey of Royal Cars | FlashbackFriday

    Rolls-Royce, the renowned English car-manufacturing company, is the world's leading producer of top-notch aero engines for use in the air, land and sea. With incredible designs and unbeatable services, Rolls-Royce has introduced a whole new level of sophisticated and striking features in automobiles leaving millions enjoy the pleasure of a luxury ride. Its current Chief Executive, Torsten Müller-Ötvös has this to say about the company - “Taking delivery of your Rolls-Royce is undoubtedly one of life's genuine pleasures. But this is just the beginning of a unique ownership experience.”

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  • Black Americans: An Ode To Equality
    Black Americans: An Ode To Equality

    The African-American Civil Rights Movement aimed to end the torturous racial segregation and discrimination against the coloured in America. It all started with the passing of three major amendments - 13th Amendment (end of slavery), 14th Amendment (Giving African-Americans citizenship) and 15th Amendment (giving African-American males the right to vote). The world saw several leaders including Andrew Young, the son of a slave, who fought for the rights of his people and freed them from the years of misery and suffering.

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    The Civil Right Movement in the United States marked a series of pathetic yet nonviolent events to give the black Americans their full civil rights and equality. The movement's impact on the American society have sure been fair till date, but the tales would leave anyone sick at heart. The African-American's fight to end discrimination and racial segregation gave birth to a range of political struggles and reform movements between 1945 and 1970. After the Civil War, the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments (end of slavery, African-Americans right to citizenship and right to vote respectively) were passed by the Congress. However, this led to a major uproar among the citizens resulting to the emergence of several leaders and community groups.

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  • Ronaldo | Football Heroes | Full Documentary
    Ronaldo | Football Heroes | Full Documentary

    Ronaldo, also named “Fenomeno”, has mesmerised the world with his extraordinary goals and scores. Paying a tribute to this living legend, #Fame World is here with a fantastic video focusing on the life and tremendous success of the soccer star. The video also includes several comments and thoughts of Ronaldo's near and dear ones including Barbaba Vasconcelos, Ronaldo's former neighbour; Marcinho, Ronaldo's childhood friend; Sepp Blatter, Swiss football administrator serving as the eighth and current President of FIFA; Pelé, retired Brazilian professional footballer; Dunga, former Brazilian footballer and the current head coach of Brazil; Zinedine Zidane, former French footballer and current coach of Real Madrid Castilla; Ronaldinho, Brazilian footballer playing for Mexican club Querétaro; Kaká, Brazilian professional footballer playing for American club Orlando City in Major League Soccer as well as Paulo José, Brazilian television and film actor, director and narrator.

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  • Edwards Air Force Base Home Of The Air Force Flight Test Center | #Flashback Friday
    Edwards Air Force Base Home Of The Air Force Flight Test Center | #Flashback Friday

    Edwards Air Force Base, located in Southern California, is the home of the Air Force Flight Test Center and is the Air Force Materiel Command center of excellence for conducting and supporting research and development of flight, as well as testing and evaluation of aerospace systems from concept to combat. Also, it operates the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School and is home to NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center and considerable test activities conducted by America's commercial aerospace industry.

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    Edwards AFB is named in honor of Captain Glen Edwards. During World War II, the captain flew 50 missions in A-20 Havoc light attack bombers in the North African campaign on extremely hazardous, low-level missions against German tanks, convoys, troop concentrations, bridges, airfields, and a variety of other tactical targets. The base has played a significant role in the development of every aircraft to enter the Air Force inventory since World War II. Almost every United States military aircraft since the 1950s has been at least partially tested at Edwards, and it has been the site of many aviation breakthroughs.

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  • Joseph Stalin | Great Purge During Stalin's Reign | Flashback Friday
    Joseph Stalin | Great Purge During Stalin's Reign | Flashback Friday

    Joseph Stalin, born on 18 December 1978, was the leader of Soviet Union from 1922 to 1953. He held the post of General Secretary of communist party from the mid-1920s till his death in 1953. Joseph organized a series of purges from 1936 to 1939, known as the 'Great Purge'. Under his guidance, the USSR military carried out 39,488 executions from August 1937 to November 1938 alone. Anyone who spoke against the political rule or refused to fight against the German forces were killed without going through any judicial process. Watch this video to follow a special expedition that was carried out to find the ground zero of all the executions.

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    Joseph Stalin was born on 18 December 1978, to an ethnic Georgian family in the small town Gori (now part of Georgia). He became the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Soviet Union in 1922 and held the post until his death in 1953. He became the 'Premier of the Soviet Union' during his time at the office. After the death of Vladimir Lenin, Stalin strengthened his position at the office by eliminating any opposition to his role.

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  • Angelina Jolie | Top Five Unforgettable Sirens of the 20th Century
    Angelina Jolie | Top Five Unforgettable Sirens of the 20th Century

    Angelina Jolie, best known for her contribution for the UNHCR, is an American actress, filmmaker and humanitarian born on June 4, 1975. The beauty has established herself as a leading Hollywood actress since her debut in the 1982 comedy film, Lookin’ to Get Out, which also starred her father, Jon Voight, in the leading role. Cited as Hollywood's highest-paid actress, Angie is best known for her films such as Hackers, Gia, The Bone Collector, Gone in 60 Seconds, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, A Mighty Heart, Wanted, Salt and The Tourist. Jolie's outstanding performance has also won her a series of awards in the film industry including Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, Academy Award and BAFTA Award.

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  • J K Rowling | 5 Super Wealthy People We Want To Be Just Like
    J K Rowling | 5 Super Wealthy People We Want To Be Just Like

    J. K. Rowling, a renowned face in the world of fantasies and magic, is one person on Earth with an incredible life story. Her hard-work and dedication in creating the popular Harry Potter series is fascinating as well as an inspiration to all!

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    When we come to talk about the rich and their lifestyle, there can be relentless envisaging about their lifestyle and their way of living. From what they eat to how they sleep and what they wear, everything about them thrills us to such lengths that we would stop at nothing to get a glimpse into their lives and know what it would feel like to be them for a day perhaps!

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  • Hurricane Katrina - The Most Disastrous Of All |  Flashback Friday
    Hurricane Katrina - The Most Disastrous Of All | Flashback Friday

    Hurricane Katrina was the eleventh named storm and fifth hurricane of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season. Being the costliest natural disaster it was one of the five deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. Approximately 1,245 people died in the hurricane making it the most life threatening incident! Total property damage was estimated at $108 billion (2005 USD), roughly four times the damage wrought by Hurricane Andrew in 1992.Over fifty breaches in New Orleans's hurricane surge protection are the cause of the majority of the death and destruction during Katrina on August 29, 2005. Eventually 80% of the city and large tracts of neighboring parishes became flooded, and the floodwaters lingered for weeks. Watch this video and know the detailed effect of this disastrous hurricane!Watch Hurricane Katrina - The Most Disastrous Of All | #Flashback Friday With HD Quality

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    Hurricane Katrina was the eleventh named storm and fifth hurricane of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season. Being the costliest natural disaster it was one of the five deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. Approximately 1,245 people died in the hurricane making it the most life threatening incident! Total property damage was estimated at $108 billion (2005 USD), roughly four times the damage wrought by Hurricane Andrew in 1992.Over fifty breaches in New Orleans's hurricane surge protection are the cause of the majority of the death and destruction during Katrina on August 29, 2005. Eventually 80% of the city and large tracts of neighboring parishes became flooded, and the floodwaters lingered for weeks. Watch this video and know the detailed effect of this disastrous hurricane!Watch Hurricane Katrina - The Most Disastrous Of All | #Flashback Friday With HD Quality

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  • Earthquakes - Nature's Most Deadliest Force | Flashback Friday
    Earthquakes - Nature's Most Deadliest Force | Flashback Friday

    Earthquakes are considered to be nature's most deadliest force that has devastated hundreds and thousands of lives and properties since the earth was formed. In this century alone, earthquakes have taken over a million lives. 20th century's most devastating earthquake's epicenter was at Tangshan, Hebei, China, in July 1976, and had a magnitude of 7.8. It killed more than 242,000 people. Northern Pakistan and Japan were also victims of major earthquakes that scaled to more than 6.9 on Richter magnitude scale. According to seismologists, the sand and dryer faults around San Andreas in southern California is a time bomb for a major earthquake to struck at any time.

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  • Steve Irwin A Tribute to The Crocodile Hunter | #Flashback Friday
    Steve Irwin A Tribute to The Crocodile Hunter | #Flashback Friday

    Steve Irwin a.k.a The Crocodile Hunter was born on 22nd February 1962 to wildlife experts Lyn and Bob Irwin in Essendon. Steve has been working with crocodiles from the age of 9 under his father's guidance. He rose to fame due to his hit Television Show - 'The Crocodile Hunter' which aired on Australia TV in 1996, which he co-hosted with his wife Lyn Irwin. The Show was also picked up by popular channels like Discovery Network and Animal Planet. While filming for the documentary- 'Ocean's Deadliest', in 1996, Steve was stung by a stingray and was later declared dead due to the injury sustained. Many fans dropped flowers at the Australian Zoo to show tribute to the crocodile hunter. His daughter, Bindi, carried out the family's legacy by hosting her own wildlife documentary show called Bindi The Junge Girl.

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  • Joseph Stalin | Great Purge During Stalin's Reign | Flashback Friday
    Joseph Stalin | Great Purge During Stalin's Reign | Flashback Friday

    Joseph Stalin, born on 18 December 1978, was the leader of Soviet Union from 1922 to 1953. He held the post of General Secretary of communist party from the mid-1920s till his death in 1953. Joseph organized a series of purges from 1936 to 1939, known as the 'Great Purge'. Under his guidance, the USSR military carried out 39,488 executions from August 1937 to November 1938 alone. Anyone who spoke against the political rule or refused to fight against the German forces were killed without going through any judicial process. Watch this video to follow a special expedition that was carried out to find the ground zero of all the executions.

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    Joseph Stalin was born on 18 December 1978, to an ethnic Georgian family in the small town Gori (now part of Georgia). He became the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Soviet Union in 1922 and held the post until his death in 1953. He became the 'Premier of the Soviet Union' during his time at the office. After the death of Vladimir Lenin, Stalin strengthened his position at the office by eliminating any opposition to his role.

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  • Rainier III Prince Of Monaco | FlashbackFriday
    Rainier III Prince Of Monaco | FlashbackFriday

    Prince Rainier III, who has ruled the Principality of Monaco for almost 56 years, is known as one of the longest ruling monarchs in European history. Though internationally known for his marriage to the American actress Grace Kelly, he was also responsible for reforms to Monaco's constitution and for expanding the principality's economy beyond its traditional casino gambling base. Gambling accounts for only approximately three percent of the nation's annual revenue today, but when Rainier ascended the throne in 1949, it accounted for more than 95 percent.

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    On May 9, 1949, Prince Rainier took authority of Monaco, thus succeeding his grandfather Prince Louis II. Monaco was near bankrupt and had lost its glory through neglect and scandal. In addition, much of Europe’s wealth had been lost during World War II and there was very little left to gamble at the legendary casino, Monaco’s main source of income.
    Prince Rainier married American actress Grace Kelly on April 19, 1956, after a whirlwind romance.

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  • The Munich Massacre | Genocide Attack at Summer Olympics 1972 | #Flashback Friday
    The Munich Massacre | Genocide Attack at Summer Olympics 1972 | #Flashback Friday

    The Olympics games of 1972 is one of the most popular sporting event in the history of the world and not for the right reasons. The sporting event was greatly overshadowed by the attack on Israel Athletes and Coaches, by Palestine terrorists that resulted in two Israeli athletes being killed at that instant and nine taken as hostages. After 18 long hours, the Palestine terrorists and the hostages were taken to the nearby military airport of Fürstenfeldbruck, where a subsequent gun-firing took place between the German authorities and the Palestine attackers, in which all of the Israeli hostages were killed.

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    The Summer Olympics of 1972, also known as the Games of the XX Olympiad, is amongst the most popular Olympics Games that took place from August 26 to September 11, 1972. The event is not known for the sporting activities that took place, but because of the famous Munich Massacre that took lives of eleven Israeli athletes and coaches, and a West German police officer.

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  • Karl Doenitz World War II German Naval Commander | #FlashbackFriday
    Karl Doenitz World War II German Naval Commander | #FlashbackFriday

    Karl Doenitz was born on September 16, 1891 in Berlin, Germany. Being a German naval leader, he was famous for his command of the Kriegsmarine during World War II and for his twenty-three-day term as President of Germany after Adolf Hitler’s suicide.

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    Doenitz admired Adolph Hitler and was a strong supporter of the National Socialist German Workers' Nazi Party. In 1942, he was given the Knight's Cross and was promoted to admiral. This was quickly followed in 1943 with his promotion to grand admiral. Doenitz succeeded Admiral Raeder as supreme commander of the German navy. After three months, he received the Oak Leaves of the Knight's Cross and on January 30, 1944 he was accorded with the coveted Golden Party Badge for his allegiance to the party.

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  • Berlin Wall - World War II | August 1961 November 1989 | #FlashbackFriday
    Berlin Wall - World War II | August 1961 November 1989 | #FlashbackFriday

    The Berlin Wall, built by the German Democratic Republic, was a barrier that divided Berlin from 1961 to 1989. Beginning from 13 August 1961, the wall completely cut off West Berlin from surrounding East Germany and East Berlin until it was opened in November 1989. For the next 28 years, the heavily fortified Berlin Wall stood as the most tangible symbol of the Cold War – an ‘iron curtain’ dividing Europe. Its demolition officially began on 13 June 1990 and was completed in 1992.

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    As World War II ended in 1945, a pair of Allied peace conferences at Yalta and Potsdam determined the fate of Germany’s territories. With the splitting of the defeated nation into four “allied occupation zones”, the eastern part of the country went to the Soviet Union, while the western part went to the United States, Great Britain, and France. Even though Berlin was located entirely within the Soviet part of the country, the Yalta and Potsdam agreements split the city into similar sectors. The Soviets took the eastern half, while the Allies took the western. This four-way occupation of Berlin began in June 1945

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  • World War II Holocaust | Nazi’s Anti-Jewish Policy 1933-1945 | #FlashbackFriday
    World War II Holocaust | Nazi’s Anti-Jewish Policy 1933-1945 | #FlashbackFriday

    The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored genocide in which approximately six million Jews were killed by Adolf Hitler's Nazi regime and its collaborators along with the additional five million non-Jewish victims of Nazi mass murders. The eleven million k​illings took place throughout Nazi Germany and German-occupied territories.

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    From 1941 to 1945, Jews were systematically murdered in one of the largest genocide in history. It was a part of a broader aggregate of oppression and killings of various ethnic and political groups in Europe by the Nazi regime. Every member of Germany's bureaucracy was involved in the logistics and the carrying out of the genocide, thus turning the Third Reich into "a genocidal state". Other victims of Nazi crimes included Romanis, ethnic Poles and other Slavs, Soviet POWs, communists, homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses and the mentally and physically disabled.

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  • Marlene Dietrich | The Famous German-American Actress & Singer | #FlashbackFriday
    Marlene Dietrich | The Famous German-American Actress & Singer | #FlashbackFriday

    German-American actress Marlene Dietrich, who gained much popularity as a magnetic movie star and singer, was a symbol of glamour, beauty and sexual freedom during 1930! Marlene has always been much more than a star or an actress or a singer! Since the beginning of her amazing career, she developed her identity as an icon, a trendsetter who created style and fashion! The alluring diva successfully traded on her glamorous persona and exotic looks from America, cementing her super-stardom and becoming one of the highest-paid actresses of the era!


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    Marlene’s career in Germany began to take off in the late 1920s as the actress acted in several stage plays and silent films. Her performance as “Lola-Lola” in “The Blue Angel”, directed by Josef von Sternberg, brought her international fame gaining her a contract with Paramount Pictures. Making film history, she was cast in Germany’s first talking picture “Der Blaue Engel” by Josef. “The Blue Angel”, an English language version, was also filmed using the same cast. In April 1930, shortly after the premiere of “Der Blaue Engel” in Berlin, she moved to America. Marlene made several more films with von Sternberg, including “Morocco”, “Dishonored”, “Shanghai Express”, “The Scarlet Empress”, and “The Devil Is a Woman”.

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