In the United States, Thomas Edison enthralled an audience with astounding images using his Vitascope, and around the same time, the Lumière Brothers also created films of one minute duration in France. However, their perspectives regarding the motion pictures differed greatly.
Read about the contributions of Thomas Edison, Lumière Brothers, and Georges Méliès to the world of motion pictures. […]
Watching movies on our smartphones may seem like a big change from the collective viewing in a theatre. However, it is in fact almost like returning to the single viewer display of motion pictures on the nickelodeon boxes of the 19th century. Read to know about the journey of motion pictures. […]
The roots of Italian mafia can be traced back to Fasci Siciliani: half socialist organization and half secret society. It is believed that Don Vito established Italian mafia in America. Later, Arnold Rothstein turned it into an organized crime. […]
The editions of the Protocols were published in the USA, Britain, France, Germany, Poland, Austria, and Italy. These editions did not exclude the mention of Jews and influenced people like Henry Ford. These reasons helped in the propagation of the Protocols. […]