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Magnificent historical vessels set off along south coast for London in annual Tall Ships Regatta

With their towering sails billowing in the wind, this could have been a fleet from centuries past.

But these tall ships were yesterday making their way towards the start point for the race from Falmouth to Greenwich, south-east London, in the annual Tall Ships Regatta. 112 more words

2014

L. A. Marzulli on Hagman & Hagman! Tonight!

L.A. Marzulli on The Hagmann & Hagmann Report

Hagmann and Hagmann Report

We will be discussing Watchers 8 and Further Evidence!

L. A. Marzulli

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Some caricatures of famous mathematicians

In my last post about the Hewelanium Centre of Gdansk, I must show you the caricatures of the famous mathematicians and astronomers which you find on the walls (and you also can buy as a puzzle in the shop of the museum). 54 more words

Poland

China with the gold medal of women's relay

Women’s relay competition started the 54th Modern Pentathlon World Championships. Gold medal was taken by team of China, silver by Belarussians while bronze went to Italians. 269 more words

1 September

“About Troy“ by Zbigniew Herbert

Troy O Troy
an archeologist
will sift your ashes through his fingers
yet a fire occurred greater than that of the Iliad…

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Looking Into The Soul

"If I Want, I Will Take Poland In Two Weeks"

Oops. I meant Kiev, of course

On September 1, 1939, the German army under Adolf Hitler launched an invasion of Poland that triggered the start of World War II. 84 more words

Helplessness

75th Anniversary of World War II

September 1st, 1939 — World War II begins.

In 1938, all of Europe proclaimed that war was a crime against human nature. The countries of Europe were still very aware of the consequences of World War 1, known as The Great War. 1,127 more words

History