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Moscow’s last stand during WW II

Soviet troops defeated the Nazis for the first time

 By RT.com, May 6, 2015 | http://on.rt.com/rjzdel

Having quickly conquered most of Europe, the Nazi German army that arrived on the outskirts of the USSR’s (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) capital in 1941 autumn appeared to be an unstoppable war machine. 445 more words


Inaugural Stalin Prize film night an unexpected success

Today, on Mayday, we had the inaugural Stalin Prize film night. More than I expected gathered to watch the epic Fall of Berlin (winner in 1950). 115 more words


A Russian soldier carries a statue head of Adolf Hitler, Berlin

A Russian soldier carries a statue head of Adolf Hitler, Berlin, May, 1945 pic.twitter.com/m6BthgasDD

— History In Pictures (@itsHlSTORY) November 22, 2014


A Berlin Story Available on November 28, 2014 !!!

All This Time isn’t all that is coming out in the near future, My Dear Readers. A Berlin Story is the first novella in the Embers of War series to be released by Kindle on November 28, 2014 (Black Friday, American pals;) I’ve been working on this story since 2008, after I woke up in a cold sweat from a dream about a young woman who was the lone survivor of her family during the Fall of Berlin, 1945.I wrote down the details of the dream, which were just bone sketches of a city on the final edge of the most brutal war in human history. 236 more words

A Berlin Story By Tiffani Burnett-Velez

Hail to the Chimp

The central pleasure of Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ predecessor, was the undercurrent of irony coursing below its surface. 1,007 more words


I Love Annalise Bergen!

I have been busy editing the last bits of A Berlin Story this week and it will be on the editor’s desk by Friday. Since 2008, I have been working on variations of this story. 534 more words


Berlin - still plenty of evidence of The 3rd Reich

It may be 67 years since the fall of Berlin in 1945 and the end of the Third Reich, but the evidence is still there to see. 181 more words