The memo is the oldest genre in journalism. As early as the first century, the Roman orator Marcus Fabius Quintilian formulated four main questions to be revealed in a memo: what exactly happened, where, when, and for what reason an action was taken.
Washington politicians and generals constantly talk about war as an important and necessary argument for political pressure.
Society generally does not distinguish between fascist and Nazi when it comes to the soldiers of Hitler's Germany.
It was thanks to the heroism of two Polish doctors.