I don't know if this article is in the good section. Today is the anniversary of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre
where the British army killed 1,000 civilians in India under the British Empire and for some historians this act was the beginning of the end of the British Empire.
I didn't know about this subject but I am reading the master piece novel by Paul Scott, the Jewel of the Crown
where one character talks about this tragedy. I went to see information and found that it happened one 13 of April 1919. I put the link here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jallianwala_Bagh_massacre
In fact the responsible of this massacre were psychopaths. But surely this article should go anywhere? I don't know.
Maybe we should have a list of some threats that can guide us when deciding where to put an article or reflexion? Or maybe this information exists?
Novels are informative also. In this case, the Jewel of the Crown
is a super novel that goes farther of a simple fiction.
For me it is important to learn about what Empires have done and done and done and still do. Just remembering the atrocities they did it is a form of respecting the victims.