صفحه ۱۲۹ تاریخ عمومی جهان پارسه و انگلیسی
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سواره نظام فرانسوی که هنوز هم یونیفورمهای قدیمی و مجلل سابق خود را می پوشیدند و آن ها از رنگهای آبی و قرمز بودند. درحالیکه جلوی سینه هایشان قطعه فلزی برق میزد و کلاه خودهای براق آنها از روزگار پیشین را هنوز در برداشتند و میراث دروان شکوه و عظمت تاریخی ناپلیون بود ستون های این سربازان مجلل و رنگین کارناوال مانند که با شجاعت هم می جنگیدند براحتی توسط مسلسل های خودکار جارو و محو میشدند. آنان هدفهای روشن واضح و خوبی برای کشتار با مسلسل های آلمانی بودند.
Dressed in blue and red, the cavalry still wearing the shining breastplates and helmets of past days, gorgeous and nice, but not practice, their brave ranks had been swept away. They fight very well and with courage, but for the Napoleon, s time attitude and dressing and glorious did not help them not to be alive. With the German machine-gun they could not act properly.
حالا آنچه از این آرتش زرین و نمایشی باقدمت و شکوه باقی مانده بود به طرف شمال بصورت لغزانی درحرکت بودند که با تهدید جدید آلمانها مقابله کنند که داشتند به پاریس یا پاری میرسیدند.
Now the remains of these armies had stumble north to meet a new threat ;as the German approached Park Paris, Pari… as French called their capital.
پایتخت پاریس کشور فرانس یک مشگل را ارایه مینمود . با میلیونها نفریکه راه حمایتی و لجستیکی را مسدودکرده بودند آلمانیها دیگر افرادی برای محاصره کردن نداشتند و چکش آنها بایست که سوراخی میشد. و شکسته میگردید. و میبایستی به دو نیمه تقسیم میگشت. وهر قسمت از این چکش بسمتی میرفت ودر قسمتی از شهر نمودار میشد. و یا جنبش وگام موزون آن به قسمت درونی و داخلی متوجه میگشت.
The French Capital presented a problem. With millions of men clogging the supply routes, the Germans had no troops to spare for a siege. Their hammer thrust must either split and go round either side of the city, or swing inwards and pass to the east.
و بطرف شرق میرفت که هر دو حرکت خطرناک بودند . اولین برنامه تمامی آرتش را تکه تکه میکرد. و برنامه دوم به فضای کوچکی برخورد میکرد درحالیکه سواره نظام آرتش فرانسه همراه با نیروی هوایی و بالنها سعی داشتند که این مطلب را بفهمند که کدامین راه را آلمانی ها انتخاب کرده و یا میکنند.
In the way to the east. Both moves were dangerous. The first would divide the whole army. The second would crush it into a small space. Whilst French cavalry, aircraft and balloons tried to find out which the German has had chosen
یک اتوموبیل آلمانی با سرعت باعث سوریریز جدیدی در اول ستبامبر گردید. ومسافرین آن کشته یا شهید شدند در نزد یکی از این کشته شده گان فرانسویان کاردی پیدا نمودند که روی آن نشان داده میشد که چه راه هایی به آرتش شمال وجود دارد و آنها علامت گذاری با مداد شده بودند. که این ارتش تحت فرماندهی تیمسار گنرال فن کولوک بود.
A German car was surprised on first September and its passengers killed. On one dead man the French found a card which marked the route of the extreme northern army, commanded by General von Kluck.
صفحه ۱۲۹ تاریخ عمومی جهان پارسه و انگلیسی
"Iran is not supporting the Palestinians..."
No buffer zone needed if there was no conflict between Israel/palestine.
it is like horse and carriage. Horse comes first, then carriage follow the horse second, NOT the other way around.
Conflict between Israel/palestine comes first, then "buffer zone", for involved countries, comes second.
"Buffer Zone" did NOT create the conflict, the conflict created "buffer zone".
Iranians don't have the same feeling as Arabs do toward Israel.
Many foreigners ( non Iranians) have been brainwashed by western media as far as news about Iran concerned.
Western media shows some mullah's relatives burn American/Israel flag on T.V. So they conclude that Iranians must hate U.S or Israel.
NO that is NOT typical Iranian thinking.
Those, who burns flag, are handful people. They're somehow related to ruling mullahs. They're not main population of Iran.
Foreigners who has no clue about true Iranian's feeling usually perceive flag burning as a sign of Iran's hostility toward Israel.
Similarly, foreigners , who has no clue about Iranian culture, see Islamic hejab on western T.V , so they conclude : Iranian women must have a great passion for Islamic hejob.
Like I said before, it is like I go to Japan's site and write something about "Japanese mass suicide".
It sounds very ridiculous because I am not Japanese and I have no clue about Japanese true feeling as far as "mass suicide" concern.
I am sure Japanese are polite people, so they don't say anything right on my face, but deep down in their hearts they say: "What an idiot". !!
"TEHRAN (AFP) -Iran has stepped up its aid to the Palestinians by donating some 120 million dollars to the Hamas-led government and is ready to give more, the Palestinian foreign minister said."
http://www.aawsat.net/2006/11/article55264606 Read more
Ralph Nader has always had a unique voice in American politics, from consumers' advocate to Green party's presidential candidate. Always calling for transparency and accountability.
Diametrically opposed to any transparency and accountability we have this entire Credit market, rotten to the core, from it's center in London, LIBOR, down the line. Read more
Western media always needs a bogeyman, some of the funniest parts are when bogeyman starts playing the part.
Middle East is engulfed in unpredictable turbulence and transition on levels comparable to hundred years ago, when most of today's maps and national boundaries were created.
Iran has a legitimate right to defend its regional interests, and enjoy the benefits according to our resources and weight. But pushing for such a sectarian policy in Iraq that turns away even people like Moghtada is just wrong. Read more
Everyday ordinary citizens of Syria, Iraq, Lebanon,...are the "good guys".
But just because they're good people it doesn't mean they also posses the resources and necessary skills to fight a bloody civil war and win, in real life it's a bit more complicated than that. Kobany is an exception that proves the rule.
After all is said and done it might turn out that the only "good guys" are the fighting girls and women commanders of Kobany! Read more
No it is not however blaming Iran as the "main reason" is funny.
Saudi Arabia has the 4th largest military expenditure in the world but it needs the help of Qatar, UAE to counter Iran with an Air Force from 1970's and the military budget if Iraq. File under crap you can't make up.
Never before has a country spent so much and have so little to show for it. Read more
All you need to recognize is that IR has also played a role in inflaming sectarian politics in the region, and that is not funny at all.
Shame on you for turning a simple question into big distortion. I've being opposing Western intervention before you were born.
Your basic "argument" is that IR is bad, but until there's Western intervention in our region we can't say a word anything other than West!
Tudeh party used to say that EXACT same garbage, but even those idiots don't say that nonsense anymore.
Long term civil war in Iraq and Syria is one of the biggest traps West has created and IR is proudly walking into it, just like they proudly pushed the UN Security Council to pass sanctions against Iran.
Shame on you for your cowardly double standards.
Foreign intervention is wrong period, no matter what country or which country is doing it. Read more
lets ask top missionary, that how much they charge to get rid of this cancer of the world.
then everybody chip in!
GORGES girl to in jail?
I would rather characterize it as high level of hostility rather just alienation, although alienation does lead and exacerbate the hostility. I also believe the role that Iran has played pales to the role that the West (i.e. US) and Saudi Arabia has played in fanning the flame of such hostility.
Most of us here, if not all, despise IRI but blaming everything on IRI will only diminishes the legitimate grievances with that regime.
It's everybody's fault except Israel, Soudi's, US, Qatar, ... Where are the good guys? I don't see any!
Hard NOT to recognize that ISIS, as its bretheren Al Qaida, were the creation(s) of Saudi's with American assistance, BUT going terribly BAD!! Qasem Soleimani, seems to be the guy who is fighting them....GOOD, BAD or UGLY, that seems to be the situation from far. Read more
Iran is not supporting the Palestinians because they hold them dear to their heart. They are supporting them so they can have allies to act as buffers against Israel. Iran is all about buffer zones.
It took Iran a few months to know who her friends and enemies were by the magic of the Iran-Iraq war. And Iran was sad to find out, that friends in that neighborhood are as feeble as children. Assad learned that lesson later on. Oh boy was it a lesson it has been.
As the saying says, it is when you are down that you know who to trust. And in that time, Iran learned that in ME no one can be trusted. So what do you do when you are surrounded by foxes and you are a hen? If you are hens with hands and a brain you built buffers. You create 1000+ reasons to give people second thoughts before they F@@k with you.
Even more importantly, give people the perception that you have more power than you may actually have. Keep them guessing. Does Iran have this or not? Can Iran do this or not? Case in point. Yemen. The influence of Iran on the Houthis is greatly exaggerated. But you won't hear Iran denying it. Because it is an association they want. Yes it makes people fearful of a powerful Iran who has Sunni States surrounded. But Iran could easily be telling them "Welcome to my world, b!tches." there are more military bases surrounding Iran, a country of 75+ million people. A dated air force. A military budget that is on par with Iraq, then there are in the South China Sea (where in a sane world, they would be.)
Why so much power surrounding Iran? Because Iran is good for business. If they weren't drumming fear about Iran because of Nuclear power, it would be something else. Already there is talk to ask that Iran gives up missile research to get rid of sanctions. basically these countries are not about bringing Iran in from the cold, but about keeping it there.
China too are creating buffer zones in the South China Sea by claiming every piece of rock from Hainan Island to Australia. That is way more dangerous to US interest than Iran's nuclear reactors. But to hear senators and congressmen talk, Iran is Genghis Khan, Alexander the Great, Napoleon, Võ Nguyên Giáp, Juluis Ceasar, Moa, rolled into this mid size country.
But buffer Zones is what smart countries build. America made sure it had it buffer zones. America may talk crap about militias now, but when we feared communism, our government supported more militias of death than the army of Satan. Nicaragua death squads, Latin American dictators and their death squads.
America has been creating buffer zones since Teddy Roosevelt. Buffer zones have been great to America. And no country can prosper without them. Period. Now let's hope Iran's buffer zones are enough to hold the foxes from the coop. Read more
When will people like you stop your possessed, ideological crusade? The IRI is terrible. People like Soleimani are terrible. But are you really going to ignore the role of US and its allies played in the creation of Taliban, ISIS, the multiple wars and their aftermath in the Middle East, just so you could satisfy your wet dream of throwing another jab at IRI!? US had nothing to do with polarization of Iraq, but IRI did, huh? Shame on you, Benedict Arnold!!! Because all that you do only harms Iranians who are suffering under the terrible yolk of IRI. Because you only help to perpetuate the propaganda that powerful interests have designed for Western audiences. You are as bad as IRI in the horrible damage that you do to Iran and Iranians. You are one of the reasons that IRI will keep on oppressing Iranians, because you leave no alternative other than alienation and sanctions. And those are exactly the conditions that IRI needs to keep going. Shame on all of you, because throughout our history, Iran has only been brought down by our own hands just so that some of us could snuggle up closer to a foreign power! Read more
soleimani's struggle (AKA mein Kampf) is for Shia ISIS supremacy verse the SUNNI ISIS one. Personally I don’t care about either one.
The best scenario: he and his men kill rival sunni Isis guys and in return they get killed as well and buried in their scared homeland Najaf or Karbala or where ever they consider sacred these days. Read more