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Cold War 7/24: After Stalin (1953-1956) Cold War 7/24: After Stalin (1953-1956)

Advertise your product or brand here contact www.OpenSubtitles.org today Throughout Eastern Europe millions vowed to build the communist paradise. They toiled to carry out orders and plans dictated from Moscow. They marched behind the banners of Joseph Stalin. March 1953. The Soviet Union mourns the death of Stalin. For almost three decades, Stalin ruled supreme.…

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Cold War 2/24: Iron Curtain (1945-1947) MULTISUBS Cold War 2/24: Iron Curtain (1945-1947) MULTISUBS

Fulton, Missouri, a quiet little town in the Midwest. Not much has changed since 1946. Less than a year since the war had ended, the flags were up to welcome Winston Churchill. But he came to Fulton bringing a somber message for the world. “From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an…

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Historia Łomży. 11. Wybuch II wojny światowej i okupacja sowiecka Historia Łomży. 11. Wybuch II wojny światowej i okupacja sowiecka

In the years of World War II, Łomża and the Łomża land went through different fortunes. Foreign authorities changed three times. During the defensive war in September 1939. these areas were defended by the Narew Independent Operational Group under the command of Brigadier General Czesław Młot-Fijałkowski. This group included: 18 and 33 infantry divisions and…

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Cold War 1/24: Comrades (1917-1945) Cold War 1/24: Comrades (1917-1945)

Cinco, Cuatro, Tres, Dos, Uno, is on. AmericasCardroom.com brings poker back Million Dollar Sunday Tournament every Sunday A cloud hides the sky, a nuclear shadow falls across the human future. Midway through the 20th century, two superpowers prepared for a conflict which might have ended life on the planet. Spring flowers the warm light of…

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Semipalatinsk: The Most Nuked Place on Earth Semipalatinsk: The Most Nuked Place on Earth

Out on the vast plains of the Kazakh steppe lies a place with an eerie secret. Covering an 18,500 square km stretch of wilderness, it looks to all intents and purposes like just another swathe of endless grassland. Yet this quiet exterior hides a sinister past. During the years of the Soviet Union, this area…

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Is The National Anthem Racist? Is The National Anthem Racist?

Is America’s national anthem racist? Had you asked this question just a few years ago to fans at a baseball, basketball, or football game, they would have assumed you had imbibed one too many beers. Today, thanks to an assault by the progressive left on “The Star-Spangled Banner” and its composer, Francis Scott Key, you…

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Wave of attacks on RIC Barracks | External Association | February 1920 | Irish War of Independence Wave of attacks on RIC Barracks | External Association | February 1920 | Irish War of Independence

Welcome to the Irish Revolution! Last month we focused on the local elections of 1920, this month we’re going to look at a wave of attacks on RIC barracks up and down the country. Raids & Rallies It’s important to remember that in 1920, the idea of guerrilla warfare was not widely understood. Of course…

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Star Trek: Prelude to Picard Star Trek: Prelude to Picard

Making vast technological advancements over thousands of years, human civilizations achieved spaceflight in 1961, leading to a new age of exploration. Yet violence and division still ravaged the nations of the world, with a Eugenics war erupting near the end of the 20th century, a third world war fought with nuclear weapons between 2026 and…

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A Bag Full of Holes That Was Very Popular in Soviet Russia A Bag Full of Holes That Was Very Popular in Soviet Russia

At first sight, this is a formless skein of thread, but as soon as you put something in it, it miraculously transforms into a bag. Half a century ago, every citizen of our country had a string-bag in a briefcase or a purse. -Simeon Semenych, what’s with you? The string-bag is the flesh and blood…

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Welcome To The Dirt – The Beginning of Trench Warfare I THE GREAT WAR – Week 8 Welcome To The Dirt – The Beginning of Trench Warfare I THE GREAT WAR – Week 8

September 18th 1914 This week, we see the mobile and fast paced war of the past six weeks turning into something never imagined that would prove more sinister and deadly than even the bloodiest battles of the war’s beginning. This week began the war in the trenches. I’m Indy Neidell. Welcome to the Great War.…

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