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Mijn eerste verzameling-Verzameld werk van carlien moeljono - Alle Rijksstudio's - Rijksstudio - Rijksmuseum

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The bedroom of a World War One soldier, killed on the battlefield almost a century ago, has been kept virtually untouched by successive owners of the house up to the present day.

French World War One bedroom of soldier who never returned

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Ms. Stangneth’s book cites that document and a mountain of others to offer what some scholars say is the most definitive case yet that Eichmann, who was hanged in 1962, wasn’t the order-following functionary he claimed to be at his trial, but a fanatically dedicated National Socialist.

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Researcher claims that the two atomic bombs did not end the war with Japan. Rather, it was fear of a Soviet occupation, after Stalin's surprise attack. Tsuyoshi Hasegawa used the Japanese, Russian and English-language sources to find out what happened in the High War Council in the final days.

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Great feature about the legacy of WW1 - includes very good interactive map.

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The French psychologist Anne Ancelin Schützenberger, now in her 90s, has spent decades studying what she calls the ancestor syndrome — that we are links in a chain of generations, unconsciously affected by their suffering or unfinished business until we acknowledge the past.

In Andalusia, on the Trail of Inherited Memories

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  • Sandra Lehman-Warner
    Sandra Lehman-Warner

    Interesting...