The Anatomy Of TV

Curiously, John F Walvoord in his e book “Armageddon, Oil and the Middle East Crisis” alludes to not only a “European Super Energy” but a “Mediterranean Power” which can carefully mirror the geographical boundaries of historic Rome which encompassed not solely Europe, but also North Africa and the Middle East. It’s thus fascinating to see […]

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It’s yet one more advance toward eliminating the superpower standing of the U.S., which had to occur for end-instances success. Have been they not dealing with and enterprise doomed to failure, seeing they had no social standing no group behind them, no wealth of their own or wealthy backers? And seeing the man who had […]

This Day in History – December 21

December 21 68 – Vespasian is named emperor of Rome by the Senate 72 – Thomas the Apostle dies 1118 – English archbishop Thomas Becket is born 1620 – The Pilgrims land near Plymouth Rock 1708 – After their victory at St. John’s, French forces seize control of the eastern shore of Newfoundland 1761 – […]

This Day in History – December 20

December 20 69 – Vespasian’s supporters find Vitellius hiding out in Rome and drag him through the streets before beheading him. Vespasian challenged Vitellius for the emperor of Rome. Vitellius’ brother and son were murdered, as well 1355 – Stephen Urosh IV of Serbia is killed 1522 – Suleiman the Magnificent accepts the surrender of […]

This Day in History – December 15

December 15 37 – Emperor of Rome, blamed for the Great Fire of Rome, Nero Claudius Caesar, is born 533 – The Vandals under King Gelimer are defeated by Byzantine General Belisarius at the Battle of Ticameron 1256 – Hulagu Khan captures and destroys the Hashshashin stronghold at Alamut, in what is now Iran 1488 […]

This Day in History – November 7

November 7 43 BC – Marcus Tullius Cicero of Rome is assassinated on orders from Marcus Antonius 983 – Otto III ascends to the throne of Italy after his father’s death on this day, Otto II the Holy Roman Emperor, ensuing a power struggle between magnates 1732 – The Royal Opera House, which also houses […]

This Day in History – November 27

November 27 43 BC – Octavian, Lepidus and Antony form the triumvirate of Rome 511 – Clovis, King of the Franks, dies and the kingdom is divided amongst his four sons 1095 – Pope Urban II makes an appeal for warriors to relieve Jerusalem in one of the most influential speeches of the Middle Ages, […]

This Day in History – November 18

November 18 1626 – St. Peter’s Cathedral in Rome is officially dedicated 1776 – In honor of Lieutenant General Wilhelm von Knyphausen, British Commander in Chief General William Howe renames Fort Washington to Fort Knyphausen 1789 – French painter, physicist and photographer Louis Jacques Daguerre is born 1810 – Botanist Asa Gray is born 1836 […]