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One this Memorial Day we remember the fallen soldiers who have died for this country. There is a War Memorial in Prospect Park Brooklyn that honors the fallen…

Since two weeks I’m a proud owner of a new lens (Nikkor 28-300) for Zilla (Nikon D750) as well as an unhappy person, because the weather is too awful to do a…

At least once a year, we try to go and visit the wonderful country of Russia. Despite the current political state of affairs between "the West" and "the…

After copper and tin - bronze -, the next metal, ore, became the big deal. The Iron Age followed Bronze Age. The oldest archaeological remains of iron producing…

Napoleon was military undefeated over a decade, when he was defeated at the battle of Aspern 21st/22nd May 1809. He tried to cross the Danube by pontoon bridges…

May I introduce you to Joseph? It's our beloved listed historical monument in our garden. Everybody calls it Joseph, because the figure on top is Saint Joseph…

Canakkale has a lot to say in the history of world. From Agamemnon to Ottoman, it has been a beautiful fortress for all. My first stop was in Gelibolu, where…

Although the National Holocaust Monument (directly across the street from the War Museum) has been open since the beginning of the summer, today was my first…
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