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Steen Schøn
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Der må godt nok være mørkt derinde!
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Ping +Karina Pedersen :-)
 
Bauhaus #Staircase in Weimar | Photo © Randy Link
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A Brazilian radio station has released a short film of dementia sufferers enjoying AC/DC music as a tribute to founding member Malcolm Young.
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Thank you +Dirk Puehl
Dirk Puehl originally shared to Heart of Oak:
 
#onthisday in 1765, 250 years ago, HMS “Victory” was launched at Chatham Dockyard on the River Medway.
 
The world oldest still commissioned ship and her 250 years of history certainly includes more than the signal “"England expects that every man will do his duty" that travelled along the main and mizzen masts of the battleships forming the weather column, about to engage their enemy at the Battle of Trafalgar and Nelson’s death on 21 October 1805. A bit of history of what a ship-of-the-line actually is, why “Victory” survived 250 years as the last of her kind and why Lady Louise did not say: “Kiss me, Hardy” can be found on:
 
http://wunderkammertales.blogspot.de/2015/05/the-westminster-abbey-of-royal-navy-hms.html
 
Depicted below is, of course, HMS “Victory“, her finest and certainly bloodiest hour during the Battle of Trafalgar on 21 October 1805, as imagined by J.M.W. Turner in 1822, actually combining her finest hours into one scene. She is still flying Nelson’s famous signal “England expects…”, while her mizzen mast falls and her enemies around her sink or burns, events that took place during 12 hours between 11:50 and the evening of the following day.

#ageofsail  #europeanhistory   #history   #militaryhistory   #navalhistory #victory250  
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The 'Pompeii' of the Western Front: Archaeologists find the bodies of 21 tragic World War One German soldiers in perfectly preserved trenches where they were buried alive by an Allied shell
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The men were part of a larger group of 34 who were killed when a huge Allied shell exploded above the tunnel in the Alsace region of eastern France in 1918, causing it to cave in.
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This is really neat! #art
 
Norwegian artist Andreas Lie merges photographs of landscapes & animals creating beautiful double exposure portraits.
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R.I.P. BB I feel very lucky that I was able to see you in concerts more than once!
'King of the Blues' legend BB King dies in Las Vegas aged 89, his lawyer says.
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Så ham i Aalborg for mange år siden,fantastisk koncert.
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Worth reading!

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A close examination of the problems facing the vinyl manufacturing industry in 2015.
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Science has spoken and now I understand why mainstream music became so bad around 1983 and even more so from 1991 and onwards!
The evolution of thousands of pop songs spanning from 1960 to 2010 is analysed by scientists.
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Scince is right, but in this case it is not a good thing ;-)
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Historiker, Ejer af Runesten
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Master of Arts
Employment
  • Runesten
    Owner, 2011 - present
  • Royal Danish Naval Academy
    Lecturer
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København
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Professional historian and music lover! If you can not handle that I am not ultra right wing, do not circle me.
Introduction
Hej, jeg har mit eget firma hvor jeg hjælper folk som historisk konsulent.

Når jeg har fri bruger jeg gerne tiden sammen med min søn og på at lytte til musik. Jeg anmelder også lidt her.
Education
  • University of Southern Denmark
    History, 2001
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