A shot from some dystopian movie? Photo collage? Just a fantasy? No, no, and no. It's real.
Those who write biased reviews of the "totalitarian architecture" usually ignore this structure. Probably because it stands too far from their eyes. But where? And who's on the top - Ataturk, Chairman Mao or some Latin American hero?
Well, too much questions. If there's anybody from Oregon or at least someone who has been to Salem, the state…Continue
In good old England there was a homegrown streamline style - the Airline (see SS Airline Saloon). Besides, the coachbuilders were influenced by the American buses, notably… Continue
French infantrymen and mechanics stand by a line of Maurice Farman biplanes during maneuvers in 1912.
The planes made up Escadrille MF5, one of five squadrons then in service, each…Continue
There are 11 additional pictures on the Spiegel Online site. The copy is in German but the car speaks for itself. http://www.spiegel.de/fotostrecke/fotostrecke-56939.html
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An introduction to KZ Musik: Encyclopedia of Music Composed in Concentration Camps 1933-1945. When completed, this 24 CD project will be the most comprehensive collection ever made of music composed in World War II concentration camps. Music by Gideon Klein, Robert Dauber, Rudolf Karel, Erwin…Continue
On the modern battlefield sniper rifles, once the domain of 7.62mm NATO, have become larger and larger caliber affairs. From the .300 WinMag of the 90s to the .338 Lapua today, sniper rifles strike at distances rarely reached in combat, except on a few extraordinary occasions.
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I took a liberty to reproduce here an article from the aviationearth.com website. It's full of important detail and has an emotional touch that is perfectly in… Continue
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