Probably the time zone in the Netherlands
Correct. From 1909 to 1940 the Netherlands knew the "Amsterdam time". This time zone was 20 minutes behind Greenwich. When the Netherlands was occupied by Nazi Germany, the occupier introduced Central European Time ("Berlin Time"). That was exactly one hour behind Greenwich. After the Second World War, this time zone continued.Probably the time zone in the Netherlands
Correct. Nazi Germany was the first country in the world to announce a total ban on animal testing. As early as 1933, the Reichstag introduced the ban. Anyone who did not conform could be sent to a concentration camp.Ban on animal testing. Hitler, for some reason, hated for animals to be mistreated (so had humans used in their stead. How they justified that one is beyond me)
Correct. After German doctors discovered that smoking leads to lung cancer, the state wanted to protect its population. Among other things, there was a ban on smoking in public transport. This was not the first smoking ban. Several kings, sultans and city councils had already experimented with it. But nowhere was it observed as consistently as in Germany.I think the Nazis also banned smoking after some German scientists figured out it wasn't quite as healthy as had previously been advertised
UFO's?Which of these eleven matters were thought of by the Nazis?
1. Mothers Day
2. Smoking ban
4. Ban on animal testing
10. Current timezone in the Netherlands
Today is the anniversary. Can't believe I never heard of this:Krakatoa Volcano in Indonesia.
What's the largest man-made non-nuclear explosion in human history?
It was a big deal here. Probably not anywhere else (outside of Boston).Today is the anniversary. Can't believe I never heard of this: