One morning in October 1906, Wilhelm Voigt got up from his bed, put on his captain’s uniform, went out onto the street, walked to a nearby military camp, and waited outside. When five soldiers appeared, he approached them and ordered them to follow him. As they made their way to the train station, six more […]READ MORE
When a football player "chips" the ball over an unsuspecting opponent's head and then retrieves it by passing it behind them. According to Latin Americans, the term originates from the trajectory formed by the ball's path in the air and the player's movement around their opponent. The shape resembles a "sombrero"!