I knew that drone strike would hit the innocent…

Seems Joe Biden and his Vice President in their rush to look hard after the suicide bomb killed 13 US Military, dropped a drone bomb on a US Aid worker. What’s the score now Joe? A couple of hundred abandoned Americans to be used as hostages, 13 US Military dead, 8 children dead in aContinue reading “I knew that drone strike would hit the innocent…”

We are so lucky to have such brave people on our side….

September the 12th is a date revered with an immense sense of pride within both the Sikh military and civilian communities alike. However, the Battle of Saragarhi fought on this day in 1897 remains largely unknown outside of Sikh society. In an ultimate test of devotion to duty 21 British Indian Army Sepoys (Sikh soldiers)Continue reading “We are so lucky to have such brave people on our side….”

When you stumble across history…

On 12th September 1940, the entrance to the Lascaux Cave was discovered by 18-year-old Marcel Ravidat when his dog, Robot, fell in a hole. Ravidat returned to the scene with three friends, Jacques Marsal, Georges Agnel, and Simon Coencas. They entered the cave through a 15-metre-deep (50-foot) shaft that they believed might be a legendaryContinue reading “When you stumble across history…”

Battle of Chapultepec….

Battle of Chapultepec September 12–13, 1847 General Lopez de Santa Anna was in command of the army at Mexico City, and understood that Chapultepec Castle was an important position for the defense of the city.[2]:313 The castle sat atop a 200-ft-tall hill, which was used as the Mexican Military Academy.[2]:313 Although Santa Anna’s total forcesContinue reading “Battle of Chapultepec….”