In a Peaceful plea to the Tzar In St. Petersburg, Russia on January 22, 1905 a peaceful protest was organized and led by Father Gapon that was heading towards the winter palace of Tzar Nicholas II. I think it’s important to show that this was being done in the middle of the winter. This was … More Bloody Sunday – What does it mean to America?
The loss of the “The Amber Room” has been a great mystery up until the present. But in the very new future it’s a possibility that it may resurface as a result of some very good detective work done by 57-year-old Herr Gluba and Gunter Richter, now 80. These two men have been on the … More One of Russia’s greatest treasures rediscovered? The Amber Room
In Luxembourg Luxembourg is the state capital of Luxembourg. In 4th century AD, on the place where now the city is situated, was built a Roman fort, designed to guard the crossroads of important trade and military roads. The fortress locked entrance into the narrow gorge between the hills, and the one who owned it, … More Mirror Reflections – Luxembourg & Russia