This article is about the Polish soldiers that Napoleon Bonaparte sent to Haiti, then known as Saint-Domingue in the French West Indies.Read More
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This article is about the Kusttram interurban tram service that links the towns and smaller communities along the West Flanders coast of Belgium. The Kusttram, with 67 stops and 67 kilometres in length is the longest tram route in the world.Read More
Find out how a Jewish clerk dismissed from his position in Germany was able to take the Hitler government to court at the League of Nations – and win his case for anti-Jewish discrimination and unfair dismissal.Read More
This article is about pre World War II historical aspects of the Upper Silesian tramway network. Find out about the history of cross-border and transit tram travel in Upper Silesia and how these difficult journeys affected people of the region.Read More
Updated 30 October 2020 and 5 March 2021. New information has come to light about August Agboola Browne. This information appears to contradict the account that August gave to ZboWiD in 1949.Read More