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Tod auf Verlangen. Death on demand.

Sabine Munz-Dahl is 55 years old and suffers from ALS, a progressive neuro-degenerative disease for which there is no cure. Every three hours she takes medicine which barely reduces her increasing pain. 158 more words



In 1917, something went very wrong, and WWI had to be stopped. The City had planned for the Americans to enter the war and pierce the Western Front, and for the victorious Bolsheviks of Russia to attack from the East, the intent being to crush the Holy Germanic Empire using a pincer movement. 2,042 more words

World Of Credit

Tumblr shocked Hitler was human

It’s the greatest Literally Hitler possible.

Dehumanizing Hitler because Hitler dehumanized people and anyone who does that is evil.

“all born blank slates”

what is DNA dude

they’re just Creationists

We shall fight on beaches to loot others

Spoilers ahead for Dunkirk…

A nationalist review and comment about Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk and ambiguous imperialist ideology of Churchill’s government.

Dunkirk evacuation, France, 1940

Christopher Nolan’s thrilling depiction of the Second World War evacuation in his latest movie Dunkirk is a cinematic stroke of genius. 1,470 more words


Munich Photo album

Spent quite a lot of time (and euros) looking for and through old photo albums when we were Germany this month . This album from Munich was particularly interesting.. 111 more words

Kathy Kacer's To Look a Nazi in the Eye, reviewed for Netgalley

To me, this book is divided into two parts: the good and the bad, so I will divide my review into two parts.

The Good… 474 more words

This Day in History

July 20th, 1969: Armstrong walks on the moon. For a billion people listening at home, 38-year-old Neil Armstrong steps off the Eagle and at 10:56 pm speaks the famous words, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Growing up, we’ve all heard these words and recognize this as perhaps the greatest achievement of the decade, but we don’t learn much else about this eventful day. 970 more words