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Seventy Years Ago

April, 1945, seventy years ago, the end of WWII was close although my mother, Elzbeth Schulze, did not know it then.  She knew Britain, France, and America were fighting on German soil. 730 more words

You Can Go Now But Leave The Butter

Younger by Suzanne Munshower

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Publication Date: April 1, 2015

When PR pro Anna Wallingham gets dumped by her last client, she finds herself running out of options in LA, where looks trump experience. 209 more words


Bombarding the Bosphorus at both ends

Florence Vansittart Neale was positive about the war in Turkey. General Alexander von Kluck was one of the leaders of the German army.

29 March 1915… 20 more words

Florence Vansittart Neale

No Tow Rope, No Problem | Only in Russia.....

There is a lack of resources and there is a lack of resourcefulness.  These Russian kids know how to improvise.


Kolomoisky: Jewish Oligarch Hires Nazi Thugs to Kill Russians-what could go wrong?

I had a bad feeling about Igor Kolomoisky when I first read about him a year ago. He holds Israeli/Ukraine/Cyprus triple citizenship but felt inspired to defend his vast Ukrainian billions from…well, from everyone, actually. 381 more words

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Russian ballet

The Imperial Russian Ballet Company was formed in 1994, headed by the Bolshoi Theatre soloist Gediminas Taranda.

The name of the company recognizes the grand masters of the Russian Classical Ballet School and the Imperial Family who made such an enormous contribution to the development of Russian culture. 80 more words