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Betrayal of the Cossacks

Cossacks and other Russians fought on the German side


Massacre of Cossacks at Lienz


Video: Cossacks in German Army

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Video: 800,000 Russians were fighting on the German side during WW2. 4,097 more words

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July 22, 1937 Packing the Court

Article III, Section 1 of the United States Constitution creates the highest court in the land. The relevant clause states that “The judicial power of the United States, shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish”. 506 more words

Friday Factoid: Don't Bet on a Party seeking a Third Term.

No one should have been surprised when Hillary Clinton’s popular percentage in the 2016 was lower than President Obama’s from 2012. In all 13 elections since 1932 when a political party has sought a third or higher term, that party’s nominee has received a lower popular percentage than the party’s nominee from the previous cycle.   226 more words

Top 3 most expensive Allen & Ginter autographed cards on eBay are non-sport related

Isn’t it ironic? Don’t you think?

That when doing a quick search on eBay for “allen ginter auto”, the top three individual autographed cards from Allen & Ginter currently on sale for the most bucks are all non-sport related. 108 more words

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Don't judge a book by it's 

Can u judge who is the better person out of these 3 ?
Mr A – He had friendship with bad politicians, consults astrologers, two wives, chain smoker, drinks eight to 10 times a day. 188 more words

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Precedent vs President

Since  1993, the Republicans and the Democrats have traded off White House residents every eight years.  Each president has been considered unprecedented  because of where he was from, his family background,  his skin color, or the size of his bank account.  360 more words

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In Harm's Way

Today in History, July 18: 1792 – “”I wish to have no connection with any ship that does not sail fast for I intend to go in harm’s way.” John Paul Jones dies in Paris, France. 279 more words