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HMS Victorious in the Pacific

HMS Victorious in the Pacific Here we see HMS Victorious during her time in the Pacific in 1943, where she served with the US Navy after most American carriers were either lost or damaged. In this picture we see a Martlet flying off, possibly with US markings (the white dot is probably the US star) and with Grumman Avengers at the rear, probably from a US unit that operated from her for a time.
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Mahratta Infantry in action, Arakan Front

Mahratta Infantry in action, Arakan Front Here we see a formation of Mahratta infantry preparing to attack somewhere on the Arakan front in Burma. Several different Mahratta units fought in this campaign, so it isn& 39;t possible to firmly pin down which one this is.How to cite this article:Rickard, J (28 May 2021), Mahratta Infantry in action, Arakan Front , http://www.
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History of the Russian Civil War 1917-1922 (JJ-Marie)

The Russian Civil War is a major event and one of the founding moments of Soviet Communism. Lasting five years, it claims several million victims (the figures are very uncertain and debated) and leaves the country in a delicate economic situation. A bloody but largely unknown event in France, Jean-Jacques Marie offers in this reissue History of the Russian Civil War 1917-1922 published by Éditions Tallandier in 2015 in pocket size a story through the testimonies of this major historical moment.
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Auschwitz and the final solution

On January 27, 2015, was commemorated the liberation of the Auschwitz Birkenau camps, in memory of the millions of Jews murdered and massacred in the name of Hitler's racist ideology, according to which, the German race has superiority over it. vis-à-vis other races deemed inferior. On the basis of this ideology, the Holocaust - The catastrophe in Hebrew that will claim the lives of more than five million Jews, was carried out in a methodical and cold manner.
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Majestic class battleships

Majestic class battleships The Majestic class pre-dreadnoughts were the oldest British battleships to see active service at sea during the First World War (one example of the earlier Royal Sovereign class, HMS Revenge, was used as a coastal bombardment ship, but not as a battleship).The nine strong Majestic class was the largest class of battleships ever build, one bigger than the eight-strong King Edward VII class of 1892-1907.
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