Skeletons of World War II nuns killed by Soviet occupiers discovered in Poland

Skeletons of World War II nuns killed by Soviet occupiers discovered in Poland
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+++ to karma for repost1SharedArchaeologists have discovered the skeletons of three Catholic nuns killed by Soviet soldiers at the end of World War II. Their discovery completes a months-long search for the bones of seven nuns killed during the former Soviet Union's brutal occupation of the war-torn country. The Russian Red Army invaded Poland in 1944 when Nazi Germany withdrew its soldiers. While […]

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Norway, the fight against "Nazi caviar"

Norway, the fight against "Nazi caviar"
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+++ in karma for repost In Norway, the connection of local women with the Nazi occupiers gave birth to more than 10 thousand children. According to official figures, 5 women who gave birth to children by Germans were sentenced to one and a half years of forced labor, and 000 percent of "German freaks" or "Nazi caviar" were declared mentally handicapped and sent to mental homes where […]

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How many pandemics have humanity survived

How many pandemics have humanity survived
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+++ to karma for reposting1Shared On March 19, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. History shows that this is far from the first epidemic. What pandemics have taught humanity is now helping us fight COVID-165, which is gaining momentum before our eyes. The green portal remembers all the high-profile pandemics. Plague of Antoninus, 180-250 and XNUMX AD Plague of Antoninus, or […]

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How cunning and unpredictably cruel women can be

How cunning and unpredictably cruel women can be
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+++ to karma for repost1SharedA picture of how insidious women can be. It is taken from the famous Macclesfield Psalter and it is not porn. According to legend, when Alexander the Great conquered Asia, he fell in love with the beautiful woman Phyllis and spent all his time with her, neglecting his duties as conqueror of the world. Terrified, his subjects call on Aristotle, Alexander's teacher, to intervene. […]

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At the beginning of the XNUMXth century in Britain, women's tea drinking was equated with male alcoholism.

At the beginning of the XNUMXth century in Britain, women's tea drinking was equated with fornication.
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+++ to karma for sharing1Shared Tea drinking by lower-class British and Irish women in the early XNUMXth century was considered a harmful hobby that undermined family foundations and the country's economy, according to a study published in the journal Literature and History Today. Scientists from the University of Durham (Great Britain) examined documents from the early XNUMXth century and found that during this period in Great Britain and […]

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Bloodshed in Melbourne (Blood bath of Melbourne)

Bloodshed in Melbourne (Blood bath of Melbourne)
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+++ in karma for repost1Shared December 6, 1956 in Melbourne, Australia, as part of the XVI Summer Olympic Games, a water polo match between the teams of Hungary and the USSR took place. That game went down in history under the name "Blood in the pool" or "Blood bath of Melbourne". It took place in an extremely nervous and tense atmosphere, caused by […]

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For 15 years, Swedish sailors listened to herring fart

For 15 years, Swedish sailors listened to herring fart
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+++ to karma for the repost1Shared If you think your work is useless, think about the Swedish Navy)) In the 80s, the Swedish Navy's hydroacoustics picked up suspicious signals that it identified as the noise of Soviet submarines. Search parties have been trying for months to find traces of the invasion, but to no avail. Moscow - the initiator and instigator of the largest bloody war in the history of mankind - Zdenek […]

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Seventeen molecules that changed the world

Seventeen molecules that changed the world
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+++ to karma for sharing1SharedAs a result of the signing of the agreement in Breda in 1667, the Dutch ceded their possessions in North America to the British in exchange for the small island of Ran in the Banda archipelago (modern-day Indonesia). England, having lost its rights to the Isle of Run (whose attraction lay solely in the fact that nutmeg was grown there), received in return the rights to a small […]

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Which country was fucked up ©

Which country was fucked up ©
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+++ to karma for repost1 Shared June 21, 1961, at the House Furniture Market in Chicago, Illinois, a 32x22-inch color television was introduced. With delayed automatic recording of TV programs when you are not at home. The thickness of the TV was less than 11 centimeters. Only 8 years later, in the USSR, the only plant with a very limited production of a terrible […]

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