Call me the exorcist
I want to be the greatest inventor of all Time! Do not laugh at me yet. You have your dreams. I have mine. I know Man for who he is. Give it to him- for, in his creative ingenuity...
Couple Jailed After Naming Their Child Adolf Hitler
A British court on Tuesday sentenced a fanatical neo-Nazi couple who named their baby son after Adolf Hitler to prison for belonging to a group banned under anti-terror laws. Adam Thomas was sentenced to six and a half years in prison and his Portuguese partner Claudia Patatas to five years in prison by judge Melbourne…
Why did FG lie to IPI?
It is curious that in this age of the big data, only public information managers of the current administration in Abuja still do not realise that the era of propaganda and lying with statistics and data was actually interred with the bones of Adolf Hitler and Paul Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi politician and Reich Minister…
Hitler definitely died in 1945 according to new study of his teeth
Adolf Hitler definitely died in 1945 in Berlin, from taking cyanide and a bullet, according to French researchers who were given rare access to fragments of the dictator's teeth held in Moscow.
The length of life and power in Ifowodo’s A Good Mourning
Ogaga Ifowodo’s A Good Mourning (Origami, Lagos; 2016) is poetry that rouses Africa’s collective memory on some of its darkest past. His poetry, like history, reminds its readers of the recent past.
Trump spokesman apologizes for 'insensitive' Hitler reference
White House press secretary Sean Spicer apologized Tuesday for "insensitive" remarks in which he seemed to favorably compare Adolf Hitler's actions during the Holocaust to atrocities carried out now by strongman Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
Ex-owner of Hitler house sues Austria
The former owner of the house where Adolf Hitler was born has launched a legal battle against the Austrian government for expropriating the building, a court official said Tuesday.
Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' becomes German bestseller
The first reprint of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" in Germany since World War II has proved a surprise bestseller, heading for its sixth print run, its publisher said Tuesday.