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Rise of the Republic Once the Northern Netherlands cease to acknowledge King Philip II as their sovereign, their attempts to find a new sovereign fail. In 1588…

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The Imperial War Museum, North, designed by Berlin-based architect Daniel Libeskind. Born in Łódź, Poland, in 1946, Libeskind's family had suffered during the…

Or to give them their full title Prefabricated Housing. In Birmingham, England there still remains a row of seventeen 1940s’ Phoenix design prefabs. The Grade…

14 November 1940 The Coventry Blitz was a series of bombing raids that took place on the English city of Coventry. The city was bombed many times during the…

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