Ukraine independence

The U.S. recognized Ukraine after the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991. The United States has traditionally sought to promote Ukrainian political and economic stability since the Ukraine declared independence from Russia.   The relations of the United States with the Ukraine have, however, been complicated by Ukraine’s historical relationship with Russia.  There are various articles… Continue reading Ukraine independence


By 1935, Wünsdor became the headquarters of the Wehrmacht, the unified armed forces of Nazi Germany. Under Hitler’s leadership, Wünsdor became a powerful military stronghold. They built a modern underground communications center called Zeppelin, which had walls up to 3.2 meters thick, and several bombproof bunkers with 80-centimeter thick roofs, and disguised as rural homes. *… Continue reading Germany

Blue Danube River – 10 countries

The Danube River is the longest river in Europe that does not pass through Russia which is home to the Volga River. The Danube River drains its waters into the Black Sea.   30% of the Danube River is located in Hungary alone, and the river provides drinking water to more than 10 million people across… Continue reading Blue Danube River – 10 countries