Just days after victory was declared over Nazi Germany in 1945 and the end of World War Two was reached, Winston Churchill surprised his Chiefs
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When Stanisława Leszczyńska completed her midwifery degree never could she have imagined the impact it would have or the legacy it would leave. She was a
Whilst taking the war to Hitler, Churchill was constantly engaged in a private inner-battle. That of manic depression. The ‘British Bulldog’ constantly struggled with what he referred to as his “Black Dog”.
Liberation from concentration camp is often seen as the first day of the rest of a survivors life. Their ordeal was over – the Nazis had been defeated and they had been rescued by allied forces. The reality, however, is not as rosy as we would hope. For many, liberation meant the commencing of a new tumultuous and unpredictable period of their life.
The Fuhrerbunker was a vast air raid shelter located in the centre of Berlin where Hitler lived during the final weeks of the war. Lots