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A look at the English at the start of the 20th century<sup>e</sup> century

A look at the English at the start of the 20th centurye century

"The English at home", L'Assiette aueurre, n ° 92 © Etablissement public du Palais de la Porte Dorée Publication date: April 2016 Curator of heritage, Head of historical collections, National Museum of the History of Immigration Background History From Paris as a world-city to the representation of the foreigner in L'Assiette aueurre At the start of the 20th century, Paris was marked by the acceleration of globalization and became a veritable international artistic crossroads.

HMAS Vampire from searchlight platform

HMAS Vampire from searchlight platform

HMAS Vampire from searchlight platform Here we see the view forwards from the searchlight platform on V class flotilla leader HMAS Vampire, looking towards the funnels, with the bridge hidden in front of them. Some of the bridge crew can be seen around the sides of the funnel, as can the anti-aircraft guns carried on wing platforms alongside the bridge.

The Scientific Revolution: Crash Course History of Science #12

The Scientific Revolution: Crash Course History of Science #12

So, what exactly is a scientific revolution? And are they more than just moments in time Historians use to mark the beginning and ending of things through time...

U.S. Marine Corps and Why does the Navy's army need its own air force?

U.S. Marine Corps and Why does the Navy's army need its own air force?

A recent interview by C-SPAN host Brian Lamb with Washington Post staff writer Rajiv Chandrasekaran touched on many controversial issues of the F-35 acquisition program where evidently a lot of por…

The Medicine Wheel: An Embodied Non-Linear Data Transformation Tool

The Medicine Wheel: An Embodied Non-Linear Data Transformation Tool

Medicine Wheels simultaneously represent time and space as well as the transcendence of the limits of time and space. So, like a seed comes from what came before and contains what will be, Medicine Wheels are living non-linear thought tools embodying all wisdom.

Did German citizens need a visa to enter Switzerland in 1945?

Did German citizens need a visa to enter Switzerland in 1945?

I'm researching a story that plays in Europe immediately after the end of World War II. There is a character who is a German citizen and travels to Switzerland in 1945 (after the capitulation of…