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Boeing-777 on Ukraine

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near Jodoigne

Posted July 20th, 2014 at 02:15 PM by deaf tuner (my jokes)

Sunday, early in the morning. Well, around noon. But still too early.

And the rain didn't came. Was a hot week, they said we will have a good rainy Saturday, but the French decided to keep all of it for themselves. So it's just hot and sticky. Well, Belgium is no longer what it used to be.

The air it's so heavy, that I even can't post back to have a new good quarrel with RedBad, or constantine, or arras!

So I thought I'll go to see the "Art Sanctuary"...
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Britain in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars - Part II

Posted July 20th, 2014 at 05:06 AM by British Prime Minister

I know, I know. The suspense where I left off, with Britain standing alone against the might of the French, was too much to bear. Your prayers are answered, devoted readers - I'm back! :cool:

The biggest event of 1798 was, no doubt, the French invasions of the Middle East, led by the rising star of Napoleon Bonaparte. Napoleon claimed he wanted to disrupt Britain's stronghold in the Middle East and eventually India, but his ulterior motives may have been to gain personal glory. The...
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Marc Antony's Parthian War

Posted July 19th, 2014 at 09:43 PM by Salah

The Arsakid Parthian Kingdom could possibly be described as one of the most over-exaggerated threats to the Roman Empire. In 53 BCE the Parthians gained notoriety when they slaughtered the triumvir Crassus' army at Carrhae, capturing legionary standards in the process. Sixteen years later, in march of 37 BCE, Marcus Antonius embarked on a war of revenge against Parthia.

Antony's army was one of the largest that Rome ever gathered. His biographer Plutarch claims that it consisted of...
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Britain in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars - Part I

Posted July 19th, 2014 at 11:24 AM by British Prime Minister

Today I will post the first in a several-part series about the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars, and especially Britain's role in them. This post will go into the background of the wars and the first several years of them.

On 14 July 1789, the French Revolution began when angry subjects stormed the Bastille, a political prison in Paris. (Say that three times fast!)
Poverty and hunger were rampant in France, and many felt that King Louis XVI and his regime were...
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