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Inspiring figures of history: Jeanne d’Arc

FAITH is the basis of all “miracles” and mysteries that cannot be analyzed by the rules of science

– “Think and grow rich”, chapter 3

Introduction

It is the 29 April 1429.

English troops have been besieging Orléans, a city situated on the powerful Loire river in north-central France, for over six months.

The French royal army faces once more its main adversary in a gruesome and convoluted conflict … read more

Ouvrage Hackenberg

Introduction

In 2017 I spent short holidays in Northern France for both improving my French skills and for broadening my horizons about culture and history.

History is a subject I’ve been interested in my whole life, so I was glad to have the opportunity to visit several historic battlefields in Lorraine and Alsace (Elsass-Lothringen1) near the borders to Germany and Luxembourg.

The entire border area from … read more