Hitler was never elected to his position of chancellor. He was appointed.
Unlike the U.S., Germany has a parliamentary system. Mrs. Merkel was appointed by the parliament because she led the largest faction. Same thing in 1933.
What a retard. How do these people even get into government?
they run for office and are elected by the voters.
A lot of manned-space advocates don't seem to understand that it's far better to send an expendable unmanned probe or robot now than it is to wait around decades or even centuries until we can send a manned mission. If we solely relied on manned space flight, we would never have had a close up look at the outer planets, at least within our life times.
For the past 70 years, one of the main advantages the US has had has been our pilots...better planes (Japan at the beginning, Germany at the end - jets vs props.) After World War II, the Russian MIGS were better planes, at least until the end of the cold war....
Japan had some of the best trained pilots at the beginning of the second world war. The problem was Japan's pilot training was too elite for its own good, flunking out over 90% of students. This cost them once their experienced cadre started suffering losses in combat and they had to replace them with hastily-trained recruits. The Japanese Zero was more maneuverable than the American Wildcat, but it could not take a lot of damage. The Zero might have had an advantage getting into a position to shoot, but the Wildcat had the advantage in being able to survive getting hit. On early jets, an experienced pilot in an Me-262 was unbeatable by any piston-engined fighter once he got up to speed and altitude. Germany had the same problem as Japan in that they started the war with very good pilots, but were unable to replace aircrew losses. The MiG-15 when flown by an experienced Russian pilot was an equal match for any Air Force pilot in an F-86. Most MiGs were being flown by poorly-trained Chinese or North Korean pilots.
That is only reasonable if the desired result was the effect of at least 2 or 3 other countries to follow suit on bankruptcy and the entire EU to collapse along with jobs and businesses.
If that is the case, and it may very well be, then the Euro is not a sustainable currency.
The Greeks very predictably couldn't run their own country....What was the rest of the EU supposed to do? Just give them money endlessly with no consequences or responsibility to change their ways?
The reasonable alternative would have been to allow Greece to declare bankrupcy and allow those banks who invested in Greece to fail.
What if you wanted to provide a headphone with a subwoofer specific channel or a true surround sound headset / speakers?
Don't laugh, but there used to be such a thing as Quadraphonic headphones. Each earbud had two speakers, one fore and one aft. The whole thing had two 1/8" RCA jacks to connect to your quadraphonic amp.
"How many teamsters does it take to screw in a light bulb?" "FIFTEEN!! YOU GOT A PROBLEM WITH THAT?"