10 countries with the largest overseas territories

The colonial era has passed into history, but not all the territories which were formerly colonies gained independence. Some of them are part of Metropolitan areas on autonomy, while others may soon become independent States.


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Hitler did not believe…


A month after the outbreak of war the Nazis (allegedly) destroyed the air forces of the Soviet Union. In this way, then balaboly solidarity with bullshit (“liberals”, anti-Soviet), the current (and other Rezun). However it is unclear if anyone to Sep destroyed on vostochnom front almost all of the Luftwaffe (i.e., number of aircraft with which the Germans entered the war) is not clear. Well, okay.
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Marx considered Russia as the gendarme of Europe, and we teachers put up… And hto are we then???

Karl Marx: England did Russia in the XVIII century power


Karl Marx is in 1856, working in the library of the British Museum, came upon a collection of documents on the relations between England and Russia in the eighteenth century and argued that the British policy contributed to the creation and strengthening of the Russian Empire. England needed a policeman on the Baltic sea, and they took the role of Russia. Russia “threw” England, when he refused to fight for her against the rebel States. This “kidok” determined policy of England against Russia in the XIX century.
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Unusual smiling soldier of the great Patriotic War.

Medved soldiers Wojtek

Wojtek (1942-1963) — a Syrian brown bear found in Iran and taken into the pay of soldiers of the Polish army of Anders (the so-called Second case). According to legend, in the battle of Monte Cassino in Italy helped the Polish gunners to unload the boxes of ammunition and even tray shells during the battle, it became known among Polish and British troops.

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The name “Wojtek” is a diminutive form of “Wojciech”, an old Slavic name that is still widespread in present-day Poland. It comes from two words: “woj” (the root of “wojownik”, warrior, and “wojna”, war) and “Ciech” (pleasure). Thus, the name has two meanings: “he who enjoys war” or “smiling warrior”.
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Wealth and power are transmitted exclusively through inheritance


The study showed that the English ruling class exists since the 11th century, has disproportionately greater potential to belong to modern elite, and no rotation there’s no
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Passions around Britain’s membership in the EU is heating up


Threat to NATO in the referendum on the secession of England from the EU saw the General, commander of land forces of the USA in Europe, reports The Daily Telegraph.
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"we’ll keep Russian speech, the great Russian word" – Anna Akhmatova

Original taken from ani_al in “And we’ll keep Russian speech, the great Russian word” – Anna Akhmatova

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In English, to my knowledge, no birth. There are oak – wood and birch – wood, and all. How can the poems of the lyrical writing? One tree came to another tree, and(?); and we have this ash – girl, but oak is oak, boy, that is.
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