Call Of Duty Cold War: A WWII Sub Machine To Make A Comeback – Basically

Call Of Duty Black Ops: Cold War released the trailer last month. Since then, everyone has been busy figuring out what weapons will be available in the game. A few of these were discovered very soon from the clips in the trailer. Before we get to the guns, we can understand from the trailer that … Read more

Japan commemorates 75 years ago devastating bomb on Nagasaki | NOW

In the Japanese city of Nagasaki, the atomic bomb that completely destroyed the city 75 years ago was commemorated on Sunday. The bomb, dubbed Fat Man, killed an estimated 40,000 people on August 9, 1945 at exactly 11.02 a.m. local time. Due to the corona virus, the commemoration in the Park of Peace in Nagasaki … Read more

One in a million: find a strange super-earth towards the center of our galaxy

Illustration of the inferred size of another super-earth (center) compared to the land and Neptune. Astronomers at the University of Canterbury found an incredibly rare new super-earth toward the center of our galaxy. This would be one of the few that has been discovered with a size and orbit similar to Earth. The details were … Read more

Battle of the Residence 80 years ago

It is the day that reflects on what happened in and around The Hague on May 10, 1940. Bombardment New Alexander Barracks Just after 4 a.m. on that day, fighter-bombers bomb the Army Camp Waalsdorp and the adjacent Nieuwe Alexander Barracks on Oude Waalsdorperweg. In the two barracks, 137 soldiers are killed and at least … Read more

Who was Jules Haddock, the man to whom the king showed honor? | NOW

King Willem-Alexander made a deep impression on Monday with his speech at Dam Square. The common thread was a meeting with Jules Schelvis, whom he heard talking about the war almost six years ago. Who was this special man? A short man with clear eyes, proudly standing upright at 93. Fragile, but unbroken, in a … Read more