Author: Ivana Tucak

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He Saw Fascism As a Fight of the Bourgeoisie, Intelligence Agencies Followed Him all the Time, Several Countries Expelled Him: The Political Journey of Lombardo Toledano

Lombardo Toledano was born in 1894, in Teziutlán, located in the mountains of Puebla. He died in Mexico City in 1968 following the massacre of the students in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas in Tlatelolco and the jubilant sports competition of the Olympic Games.

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Five Cold War Facts That Were Classified

Documents that were top secret reveal the facts unknown to the public until now.

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The Duel that Became the Cause of the Cold War

The whole era of the Cold War is marked by conflict on different levels, and one of these levels is ideology. The polarization after World War II brought opposite ideas onto the social and political spectrum.

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How Napoleon Made Some People Adore Him and Others Hate Him?

Napoleon Bonaparte used the press to promote himself and his battles. One of the most powerful and popular people from the beginning of the 19th century founded six newspapers. His aim was to glorify his battles and his heroic capabilities.

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He Knew People: A Private Citizen Was a Powerful Political Player

A man whose career success happened when he left an official diplomatic activity.

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