War through the eyes of soldiers
New interactive documentary, “The Fallen of World War II,” which helps viewers understand the shocking numbers of both military and civilian deaths during the six years of history’s deadliest conflict, has grabbed over a million views online.
Written, coded, directed and narrated by data visualization artist Neil Halloran, the 18-minute film is styled like an infographic and that helps viewers fathom the scale of casualties in a way that simple numbers cannot. The base elements it uses are simple human-shaped icons. Each of those represents one thousand deaths – and at some points in the video they pile up into staggering graphs.
The Second World War through the eyes of a Soviet soldier. The collection of rare photographs. What is memory? One answer is photo. Photos of the memory of the people, events and emotions. They carry a person in a certain period of time and help to feel the moment. Our ancestors fought and died for our life today, for our happiness and peace, so we must not forget about their exploits.
This collection contains a large number of photos of Soviet soldiers captured during World War II in various theaters of operations. Many of the photos are simply unique. You have a chance to touch history. Look at the last terrible war through the eyes of Soviet soldiers.
Geopolitics Nations Crisis
- eurasiareview.com – Is Moldova a twin of Ukraine? – The political crisis in Moldova goes back to 2005 when the country had become a part of the Associations Agreement with the European Union. According to Iuri Vitneanschi, a city council member, “the Moldavian people were brainwashed by the pro-European propaganda while the government announced a pro-European political course for the country”. However, the reality the reality proved to be different from promising slogans.
- voltairenet.org/ – Multipolar world with media hegemony? – States struggling against imperialism are probably not sufficiently aware of the importance of having non-aligned media. Yet, obviously, Russia Today, Press TV, Telesur and Al Mayadeen are better at defending freedom than other weapons. For these are indeed weapons we are talking about. The first magic tool that the US uses for world domination is the dollar. The word “magic” is not just hyperbole; the dollar is indeed a magical creation since the Federal Reserve can create unlimited amounts in its computers, and the world sees these dollars as having an effective value, with an ulterior motive: petrodollars.
- stratfor.com/analysis/ – Who will get Moldova. A Roulette Wheel – Like Ukraine, Moldova is both weak and divided. Unlike Ukraine, Moldova does not have traditional or ethnic ties to Russia; it is ethnically and linguistically Romanian. This, along with Moldova’s small size and strategic location, is a main factor in the weakness of the state and its ability to balance between external power