Fermín Galán Rodríguez was a Spaniard soldier who was born in San Fernando (Cádiz) in 1899 and died in Fornillos (Huesca) in 1930.
In 1919 he joined the Legion.
In 1924 he was the Legion's lieutenant when he was wounded in the Rif (former Spanish colony in Morocco) while the Spanish soldiers were fighting against Moroccan insurgents who didn't want to live with Spanish people. So Spanish military authorities awarded him.
During convalescence in Carabanchel's hospital (Madrid), he wrote a novel called "La Barbarie Organizada" (The Organized Barbarity) where he tells his...
23 years of repressive dictatorship supported by the EU and the USA come to an end.
We could summarize what is happening in Tunisia, were it not omit the most important thing is taking place there, the closest thing to a political revolution that is currently on the planet.
The wave of massive protests unleashed in mid-December following the immolation of Bouazizi Mohammed, an unemployed university boy of 26 years has culminated in the fall of dictator Ben Ali and his exile to Saudi Arabia. A victory for the class' struggle that should be analyzed in depth, and...
Almost all of the revolutions in Hungarian history had somebody whose loyalty to the rebells - or the Greater Good, if you want - is debated among historians till today.
Sándor Károlyi signed the peace treaty with the Habsburg Empire after the Rákóczi revolution in 1703-11. In the treaty Károlyi gave up the original ideas of the revolution and secured only the amnesty of those taking part in it. Because of this for a long time he appeared as the traitor of the revolution in history.
all the respect for egyptians , god bless our country
this is our time to say no for dictatorship , injustice and corruption
and tunisians , thanks for being the one who started the revolution in the arab world , wish you all the best
finally , thanks for everone's support .
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