"Beliefs are chains used to hold free minds in slavery. No chains of steel ever bound a human tighter than the chains made of beliefs." -- Michael Rivero

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From World War I to the Present: Dollar-denominated debt has been the driving force behind all US led wars.

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They were firmly behind Nazi Germany. They financed Operation Barbarossa and the invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941. 

The 1980s were a time of weird music and weird fashion, but it was also a time of innovation for many car companies.


In this article, we're taking a look at some of the best cars from the 1980s that many people may have owned at least once. These were not fancy or expensive cars; They were the ones that people drove every day.


One of the most distinctive features of 1980s cars was their boxy and angular designs. From sedans to compact cars, the aesthetic favored a straightforward and functional appearance.


These old photos are not just snapshots; They are windows to a time when women embraced the adventure of the open road despite social norms.


At the time, motorcycles were not just transportation; He was a symbol of freedom. These photos are not about the bike; They're about women claiming their place in a world that often tells them that's where they belong.


Conceived in 1946, the Vespa was born out of a desperate need for affordable, efficient transportation in post-war Italy.


Inspired by the aeronautical designs of Corradino d'Ascanio, Piaggio aimed to create a comfortable and functional two-wheeler for the masses.


The first Vespa, the Vespa 98, rolled off the assembly line and immediately attracted attention with its unconventional but attractive design.


From intimate portraits of iconic figures to rare moments frozen in time, historical photographs have the power to transport us to another time and place. They can capture the essence of an era, offering a glimpse of a world that is both familiar and foreign. In this collection, we've discovered some truly incredible photos that will change your perspective on history. From historical events to everyday life, these images capture the beauty, tragedy and complexity of the human experience.

In 1988, in an elevator at a film festival in Havana, the director Oliver Stone was handed a copy of On the Trail of the Assassins, a newly published account of the murder of President John F. Kennedy. Stone admired Kennedy with an almost spiritual intensity and viewed his death on November 22, 1963 — 60 years ago this month — as a hard line in American history: the “before” hopeful and good; the “after” catastrophic.

A complete list of all USS Liberty related documents. Since by definition it is under a state of flux, if you know of any relevant documents not included, please let me know by emailing archive@usslibertydocuments.info