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W WW1 Military Rifles    Nov 13, 2017   Andrew Knighton   iStock.com/Johncairns   “ The only real power comes out of a long rifle.”  – Joseph Stalin. During WWI, millions of men were given rifles and sent into the trenches to fight. They were the weapons th...

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ΡΩΣΙΚΉ ΕΞ. ΠΟΛΙΤΙΚΉ ΚΑΙ ΕΝΈΡΓΕΙΑ         Ως βασικό εργαλείο άσκησης εξωτερικής πολιτικής χρησιμοποιεί η Ρωσία τον πετρελαϊκό γίγαντα Rosneft προκειμένου να επεκτείνει την επιρροή της στον κόσμο και να θέσει υπό αμφισβήτηση τα συμφέροντα των Ηνωμένων Πολιτει...

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ΟΙ ΤΟΙΧΟΓΡΑΦΙΕΣ ΤΟΥ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΚΟΥ ΤΑΦΟΥ ΤΟΥ ΑΓ.ΑΘΑΝΑΣΙΟΥ (τελευταίο τέταρτο του 4ου αι. π.χ.) Η πρόσοψη του τάφου είναι κατάγραφη. Το τριγωνικό αέτωμα κοσμούν μυθικοί γρύπες με ολόχρυσα φτερά, ακολουθούν βαθυκύανα τρίγλυφα και λευκές μετόπες, ενώ στη στενή ζω...

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78 Years Ago Nazi Germany Invaded Poland and Started World War II, These Are The Pictures From That Operation
  Damian Lucjan   German
troops removing a gate at a border checkpoint, Zoppot-Gdingen
(Sopot-Gdynia) Street in Danzig (Gdańsk), 1st September 1939 (Wikipedia)   On
the 1st of September, 77 years ago, the horror World War II was
unleashed upon the world...

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‘Just’ 10 Japanese Atrocities From World War II
On the eve of VJ Day and with Japan’s PM Shinzo Abe expressing
‘profound grief’ for WWII. We are going to look at just 10 Japanese
Atrocities From World War II by  listverse.com Laha Airfield Massacre February 1942 This ghoulish event, which killed more t...

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On this day in Byzantine history: The death of Byzantine Emperor Nikephoros.
By roberthorvat July 26th 811 CE The battle of Varbitza Pass and the death of Byzantine Emperor Nikephoros. There have been many Byzantine Emperors who had died in battle – Emperors Julian ,
Valens and famously Constantine XI Palaiologos, the last emperor ...

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Seven reasons why the Battle of Naseby changed British history forever
The Earl of Manchester's Regiment of Foote blog The official blog of the English Civil War re-enactment group! Visit our website at www.earlofmanchesters.co.uk On 14th June 1645, the fields between the Northamptonshire
villages of Naseby and Sibbertoft saw...

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The Russian land battleship - KV-VI Behemoth tank
Read this fascinating tale of state power over
commonsense military design. Stalin wanted a land battleship, and he was
going to get one no matter how
impractical it was. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, new facts have surfaced about the secret wea...

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Wars of Religion
Detail of a Hadith referring to the succession of the Twelve Imams, at
the shrine of Sayyida Ruqayya, Damascus; from People of the Prophet’s
House edited by Fahmida Suleman (275pp. Azimuth. £35. 978 1 898592 32 7) THOMAS SMALL This piece forms part of a  ...
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