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Albert Einstein teaching at Lincoln, the United States first Historical Black University, 1946

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Fancy a ride….?

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This spot was Rudolf Steiners most favourite in Hyde Park.

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Google "the Corwin Amendment" and read for yourself - The South was offered slavery in perpetuity if they would not leave the Union and Lincoln agreed. The South did not accept this offer. Why?

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It's funny to think that these guys are 100 years older than Arizona

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A Popular ’40s Map of American Folklore Was Destroyed by Fears of Communism

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The Zone Rouge, or Red Zone, is a no man’s land in northeastern France so damaged by the fighting of World War I it was deemed unfit for human habitation. And while the controlled areas have shrunk since 1918, certain areas remain entirely off-limits, the soil so full of arsenic that 99 percent of all plants die, along with the ever-present threat of unexploded shells.

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Remember the winter ball….?

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Memories…. of Harry Potter and where it has all started.

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History's most effective anti-intellectual was Shih Huang Ti. He rose to the throne of the small state of Ch'in at the age of 12 and waged constant warfare for 20 years until he had unified the countless squabbling states of China into a single nation, the effort costing some 1,500,000 lives. He became China's first emperor and turned his attention to the problems of administration. He standardized the written language, devised a harsh penal code, built long straight roads, and began constructing the Great Wall of China.

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FROM WITCH TO KITSCH

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“Mordred was indeed the boldest of men and always the first to launch an attack. He immediately drew his troops up in battle order, determined as he was either to win or to die… On the other side, Arthur, too, was marshalling his army… the lines of battle suddenly met, combat was joined, and they all strove with might and main to deal each other as many blows as possible."

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Einstein's desk, on the day of his death.

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This story has everything a reasonable person could possibly want in a macabre bedtime story- dark Victorians, poetry, death, opium, decomposition, grave robbing, famous people, eros/thanatos, complicated grief. The list goes on and on and everything on that list is good.

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So Viking Funerals… petty cool, huh?

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Russian warship carrying £100BILLION worth of GOLD found off South Korea | World | News | Express.co.uk

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The Kennedy's had a bad track record with women.

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It's Chapequidick day today. Why do people vote for politicians over and over yet complain when they get what they voted for?

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me sitting with the Anne Frank murial in a local town.

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Chemists called Turin shroud art fake

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Немецкое кладбище. Новгород. Deutscher old Tenfriedhof.

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Sunken Russian naval ship discovered after 113 years

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1929 newspaper insulating my attic…. murder suicide was a thing back then too…. unfortunately. This guy really worked for it…. interesting read. 😕

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Into the depths of LA's old Red Car subway terminal - Curbed LA

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Make the change

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Another great article from 1929 Newspaper found as insulation in my attic…. This one has a pursuit by horseback!

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Гениальный снимок фотографа Дина Конгера - Москва, 1965 год, на заднем плане виден шпиль сталинской высотки МГУ, а на переднем плане землепашец пашет землю плугом на гужевой тяге.

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Found old Newspaper insulating the ceiling in my attic. From 1929.

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my horses in the hilltop of the best haha 😂😂

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