Eurovision Winners 1956-2015 and Eurovision Videos

The eurovision song contest started in 1956, in Switzerland. You can see below all the winners and click to listen top songs from 1956 until 2015 (Source: Eurovision, Youtube, Youtube channel: Dany Zack).
Host City Year: Winner’s Country, Winner, Song
Lugano 1956: Switzerland, Lys Assia, Refrain
Frankfurt 1957: Netherlands, Corry Brokken – Net Als Toen

Hilversum 1958: France, André Claveau – Dors Mon Amour
Cannes 1959: Netherlands, Teddy Scholten – Een Beetje
London 1960: France, Jacqueline Boyer – Tom Pillibi
Cannes 1961: Luxembourg, Jean-Claude Pascal – Nous Les Amoureux
Luxembourg 1962: France, Isabelle Aubret – Un Premier Amour
London 1963: Denmark, Grethe & Jørgen Ingmann – Dansevise
Copenhagen 1964: Italy, Gigliola Cinquetti – Non Ho L’età
Naples 1965: Luxembourg, France Gall – Poupée De Cire, Poupée De Son
Luxembourg 1966: Austria, Udo Jürgens – Merci Chérie
Vienna 1967: United Kingdom, Sandie Shaw – Puppet On A String
London 1968: Spain, Massiel – La La La
Madrid 1969: Spain, Salomé – Vivo Cantando
Madrid 1969: United Kingdom, Lulu – Boom Bang-A-Bang
Madrid 1969: Netherlands, Lenny Kuhr – De Troubadour
Madrid 1969: France, Frida Boccara – Un Jour, Un Enfant
Amsterdam 1970: Ireland, Dana – All Kinds Of Everything
Dublin 1971: Monaco, Séverine – Un Banc, Un Arbre, Une Rue
Edinburgh 1972: Luxembourg, Vicky Leandros – Après Toi
Luxembourg 1973: Luxembourg, Anne-Marie David – Tu Te Reconnaîtras
Brighton 1974: Sweden, ABBA – Waterloo
Stockholm 1975: Netherlands, Teach In – Ding Dinge Dong
The Hague 1976: United Kingdom, Brotherhood Of Man – Save Your Kisses For Me
London 1977: France, Marie Myriam – L’oiseau Et L’enfant
Paris 1978: Israel, Yizhar Cohen & The Alphabeta – Abanibi
Jerusalem 1979: Israel, Milk & Honey – Hallelujah
The Hague 1980: Ireland, Johnny Logan – What’s Another Year?
Dublin 1981: United Kingdom, Bucks Fizz – Making Your Mind Up
Harrogate 1982: Germany, Nicole – Ein Bißchen Frieden
Munich 1983: Luxembourg, Corinne Hermès – Si La Vie Est Cadeau
Luxembourg 1984: Sweden, Herreys – Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley
Gothenburg 1985: Norway, Bobbysocks – La Det Swinge
Bergen 1986: Belgium, Sandra Kim – J’amie La Vie
Brussels 1987: Ireland, Johnny Logan – Hold Me Now
Dublin 1988: Switzerland, Céline Dion – Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi
Lausanne 1989: Yugoslavia, Riva – Rock Me
Zagreb 1990: Italy, Toto Cutugno – Insieme: 1992
Rome 1991: Sweden, Carola – Fångad Av An Stormvind
Malmö 1992: Ireland, Linda Martin – Why Me?
Millstreet 1993: Ireland, Niamh Kavanagh – In Your Eyes
Dublin 1994: Ireland, Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan – Rock ‘N’ Roll Kids
Dublin 1995: Norway, Secret Garden – Nocturne
Oslo 1996: Ireland, Eimear Quinn – The Voice
Dublin 1997: United Kingdom, Katrina And The Waves – Love Shine A Light
Birmingham 1998: Israel, Dana International – Diva
Jerusalem 1999: Sweden, Charlotte Nilsson – Take Me To Your Heaven
Stockholm 2000: Denmark, The Olsen Brothers – Fly On The Wings Of Love
Copenhagen 2001: Estonia, Tanel Padar, Dave Benton & 2XL – Everybody
Tallinn 2002: Latvia, Marie N – I Wanna
Riga 2003: Turkey, Sertab Erener – Everyway That I Can
Istanbul 2004: Ukraine, Ruslana – Wild Dances
Kiev 2005: Greece, Helena Paparizou – My Number One
Athens 2006: Finland, Lordi – Hard Rock Hallelujah
Helsinki 2007: Serbia, Marija Šerifović – Molitva
Belgrade 2008: Russia, Dima Bilan – Believe
Moscow 2009: Norway, Alexander Rybak – Fairytale
Oslo 2010: Germany, Lena Meyer-Landrut – Satellite
Düsseldorf 2011: Azerbaijan, Ell & Nikki – Running Scared
Baku 2012: Sweden, Loreen – Euphoria
Malmö 2013: Denmark, Emmelie de Forest – Only Teardrops
Copenhagen 2014: Austria, Conchita Wurst – Rise Like A Phoenix

Vienna 2015: Sweden, Mans Zelmerlow – Heroes

Stockholm 2016: Ukraine, Jamala, – 1944

Kyiv 2017: Portugal, Salvador Sobral – Amar Pelos Dois

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The battle of Crete. Compromise for the compensation.

The battle of Crete. It is hard to forget, because there were too many dead people. My grandfather was saved from execution the last minute. Some of my relatives did not make it and they got killed by Germans.The moral shock was great. However, this happened many decades ago and we cannot put the blame to the present German generation. Nowadays, the great issue for Greece, is the compensation for the atrocities of Nazi. The cost of compensation is enormous and I believe that Greece will face many denials from the German authorities, as this will mean the collapse of the German economy. An alternative realistic and achieving compromise is to hire descedants of the Greek dead people in German businesses domestically. Their salary must be generous. That’s all from me. Do it and let’s live in peace.

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e-book and book Service Quality Within Hotels

Service Quality Within Hotels. Theory and Practice. How to assess service quality in Hotels. Research and Managerial Implications.
This e-book, work of art, instruction, manual, writing and consulting was completed in the start of the current millenium. It is the first work in the world that evaluated service quality in hotels. It is also a move by move guide that will enable hotel owners, hotel managers, marketing managers, management consultants, tourism consultants, ministers of tourism and others to assess service quality within a hotel, hotels, group of hotels, hotels in a town, hotels in a city, hotels in an area, hotels in an island, hotels in a region, hotels in a country, tour operators, travel agencies, hotels in a continent and hotels in the world. 9% of the net revenues of each month will be donated randomly to charity organisations or non-profit organisations in Americas, Asia, Africa, Europe, and Oceania, in order to feed people. It’s value would be significantly higher if we sold it in paper format.

You can buy it at the below locations:

Service Quality Within Hotels

Service Quality Within Hotels: Theory, Evaluation Practice of Service Quality

Elections 2015 in United Kingdom. Estimates and Final Results

The procedure for the British elections 2015 is completed. The first exit poll and my estimates reveal that the winner is The Conservative party with leader and current Prime Minister David Cameron, Co – Chairmen Grant Shapps and Lord Feldman. It is estimated that it wil take about 330 seats (Final 331 seats) in the British Parliament.

The second party is the Labour party with leader Ed Miliband and Deputy leader Harriet Harman MP. It is estimated that it will take about 230 seats (Final 232 seats) in the British Parliament.

The third party is the Scottish National Party with leader Nicola Sturgeon and Deputy leader Stewart Hosie. It is estimated that it will take about 55 seats (Final 56 seats) in the British Parliament. This party has improved significantly it’s power and seats since the previous British elections 2010 (6 seats).

The fourth party is the Liberal-Democrat party with leader Nick Clegg and President Sal Brinton is estimated that it will take about 10 seats (Final 8 seats) in the House of Commons.

Finally, the Democratic Unionist Party with Chairman Lord Morrow MLA is estimated that it will take more than 5 seats (Final 8 seats). The rest political parties will share about 15 seats.

The most important issue concerns the political parties that will form the new goverment. The exit poll results reveal that there is a propability the coalition goverment formed in 2010 (Conservatives and Liberal Democrats) might not have a strong majority of seats. Therefore, the Scottish National Party might be needed in order to form a coalition goverment with Conservatives resulting in a strong majority of seats. This will secure the new goverment to do it’s works, regulations and reforms with absolute or almost absolute success in future Parliamentary  votes.