Zionism during World War 1

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Zionism, the movement for the establishment of a Jewish homeland, got new momentum during World War 1. Zionists, like Chaim Weizmann rallied for support in their respective home countries, others wanted to actively advance the zionist idea by taking part in the war and fought with the Jewish Legions. The Balfour Declaration of 1917 was another step towards fulfilling the idea of a home for the Jewish people.

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El odio más allá de la muerte

A pesar de no poder descansar en la tierra que lo vio nacer, sigue vivo en nuestros corazones. Su legado y su gloria no se la quitarán jamás… Viva León Degrelle!

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El odio más allá de la muerte

Léon Degrelle

El odio más allá de la muerte (1 pag.)

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“Estupor fue el sentimiento más benévolo que provocó la lectura del decreto sancionado por el rey de los belgas, por el que se prohibió que las cenizas de Léon Degrelle descansen en la tierra que le vio nacer y por la que combatió luchando contra los enemigos soviéticos de la civilización europea.”

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Η Βέμαχτ Τους, Ήταν Καλύτερη Από Το Δικό Μας Στρατό ~ Their Wehrmacht Was Better Than Our Army…! (Photo)

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By Max Hastings

PROPAGANDA IS AN inescapable ingredient of modern conflict. In the Second World War, it was considered essential for the struggle to defeat the German army that the peoples of the Grand Alliance should be convinced of the qualitative superiority of their fighting men to those of the enemy. One dogface or one tommy was worth three wooden-headed krauts. Hitler’s robots could never match the imagination and initiative of Allied soldiers on the battlefield.

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How Stalin Conspired To Foment WW2 & Infiltrate the U.S. Government

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      A crucial factor that prevented the Soviet takeover of Europe was the more than 400,000 non-German Europeans who volunteered to fight on the Eastern Front. Combined with 600,000 German troops, the 1,000,000 man Waffen-SS represented the first truly pan-European army to ever exist. The heroism of these non-German volunteers who joined the Waffen-SS prevented the planned Soviet conquest of Europe.

The Soviet Union Conspires to Foment World War II and Infiltrate the U.S. Government

       Stalin adopted three Five Year Plans beginning in 1927 designed to make the Soviet Union by far the greatest military power in the world. Stalin also conspired to start a major war in Europe by drawing Great Britain and France into war against Germany and other countries. Stalin’s plan was to eliminate one enemy with the hands of another. If Germany entered into a war with Great Britain and France, other countries would…

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Schloss Adolfsburg

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The Schloss Adolfsburg, also Adolphsburg, is a moated castle in the Hundemtal at the entrance of the village of Kirchhundem in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
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Schloss Adolfsburg leads it name back to the builder Johann Adolf von Fürstenberg, who built it in the 1670s. It is a Baroque water castle, which was intended for the client mainly as a recreational and old-age seat. Johann Adolf von Fürstenberg, a scion of the family, which had been part of the offices of Bilstein and Waldenburg since the 16th century, belonged to the spiritual state. He was a member of the chapter of Münster as well as canon and provost to the Holy Cross in Hildesheim. It is believed that he entrusted the Capuchin brother and architect Ambrosius von Oelde with the planning of the Adolfsburg.
Two chimneys in the Knight’s Hall and an alabaster bust of Johann Adolf von Fürstenberg are works…

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Antoni Gaudí

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Antoni Gaudí i Cornet (Catalan pronunciation: [ənˈtɔni ɣəwˈði]; 25 June 1852 – 10 June 1926) was a Catalan architect from Reus and the best known practitioner of Catalan Modernism. Gaudí’s works reflect an individualized and distinctive style. Most are located in Barcelona, including his magnum opus, the Sagrada Família.

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Under the influence of neo-Gothic art and Oriental techniques, Gaudí became part of the Modernista movement which was reaching its peak in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His work transcended mainstream Modernisme, culminating in an organic style inspired by natural forms. Gaudí rarely drew detailed plans of his works, instead preferring to create them as three-dimensionalscale models and molding the details as he conceived them.

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Gaudí’s work enjoys global popularity and continuing admiration and study by architects. His masterpiece, the still-incomplete Sagrada Família, is the most-visited monument…

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