In 1894 the biggest affair of the Third Republic broke out, the one that would tear apart the deputies, but also the whole of France, which was passionate about this story relayed as never before by the press: the Dreyfus Affair! Articles, speeches, debates, caricatures, all weapons are good to support his theses and discredit the opponent.
It was under the Ancien Régime (16th-18th century) that eating became a way of life, and more precisely under the reign of Louis XIV, whose reputation for lavish receptions has come down to us. If you still eat with your fingers under Louis XV, meals are more clean and orderly.
His face is a tangle of corpses, his collar a blood-red sea, his jacket a country map where a spider weaves its web as a medal. This caricature is the one that Mark Bryant chose to illustrate his book "Napoleon in caricatures" which completes the collection on this theme with "The First World War in caricatures" and "The Second World War in caricatures".
Embark on an adventure worthy of Indiana Jones alongside Professor Ixks, forced by the Nazis to seek for them proof that the Aryans would be the ancestors of mankind and therefore indeed a superior race. From Greece to the island of Rhodes, from Syria to the Himalayan range, our archaeologist embarks in charming company on an adventure full of twists and turns.
Between cinema and history, the film 300 has found its fans but also its detractors. In this Hollywood blockbuster, Leonidas and his 300 bodybuilder Spartans face the famous battle of Thermopylae in Xerxes and Persians straight out of hell. The film takes a lot of liberties with the story, which is hardly surprising for a fiction.
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