Archive for June, 2009

Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias

June 11, 2009

Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias was born on 28. 06. 1954. in Sabaneta, Venezuela, a small village located in the western state of Barinas. Young Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias escaped a life of poverty thanks to his skill as a baseball player. Baseball is the leading sport in Venezuela.

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As the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias promotes a political doctrine of participatory democracy, socialism and Latin American and Caribbean cooperation. He is also a critic of neoliberalism, globalization, and United States foreign policy.Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias is a great friend with Fidel Castro

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Tito’s The Underground city

June 2, 2009

Tito’s Teh Underground city was built for Tito and Jovanka and top military and political Yugoslavia, and could stand Atomic explosion of 25 kilotons.

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Complex in Konjic (BiH) was 4.6 billion U.S. dollars and the third is the most expensive military investment the former Yugoslavia, after Bihać underground air port USD 8.5 billion, Split and Lore of 5 billion USD.

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Tito’s Teh Underground city has a 25 thousand meter square area, of which 6 thousand housing. Has all the technical requirements for a complete hermetic isolation and 6 months of life without contact with the outside world.

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Charles Chaplin

June 1, 2009

Charles Chaplin was born in London, England, on 4 16 1889. His father was a versatile vocalist and actor; and his mother, known under the stage name of Lily Harley, was an attractive actress and singer, who gained a reputation for her work in the light opera field.

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Charlie was thrown on his own resources before he reached the age of ten as the early death of his father and the subsequent illness of his mother made it necessary for Charlie and his brother, Sydney, to fend for themselves. Having inherited natural talents from their parents, the youngsters took to the stage as the best opportunity for a career. Charlie made his professional debut as a member of a juvenile group called “The Eight Lancashire Lads” and rapidly won popular favour as an outstanding tap dancer.

When he was about fourteen, he got his first chance to act in a legitimate stage show, and appeared as “Billy” the page boy, in support of William Gillette in “Sherlock Holmes”. At the close of this engagement, Charlie started a career as a comedian in vaudeville, which eventually took him to the United States in 1910 as a featured player with the Fred Karno Repertoire Company. Charlie started a career as a comedian in vaudeville, which eventually took him to the United States in 1910 as a featured player with the Fred Karno Repertoire Company.

Text retrieved from Charles Chaplin


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