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Arendt & Eichmann: The New Truth

Imprescindibles - Semprún sin Semprún - YouTube

Cole's Book Arcade was a massive three-storey bookstore in the heart of Melbourne opened 1883. But this was a bookshop with a difference. It had a fernery, a wonderland with funny mirrors, a music department, a lolly shop, a lending library...there were secondhand books for sale, a Chinese tea salon, even a live monkey display! The arcade was the embodiment of one man's vision and humanitarian ideals: Edward William Cole.

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Cornelia de Vogel (1905-1986) hoogleraar in de antieke en vroeg-christelijke wijsbegeerte in Utrecht

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Utrecht, Lustrumfeesten 1906

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A Vibrant Past: Colorizing the Archives of History

Photo colorization by Sanna Dullaway / Original image by Alfred Eisenstaedt—Time Pictures/Getty Images ~ A jubilant American sailor clutching a pretty white-uniformed nurse in a joyful, back-bending, passionate kiss while thousands jam the Times Square area to celebrate the long awaited victory over Japan.

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Lt.-Gen. Roméo Dallaire’s raw and emotionally devastating new book lays bare his own inner torment

What if jobs are not the solution but the problem? | Aeon Essays

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Wet weather in Bourke Street Melbourne, 1944

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Black Lives Matter in Jacob Lawrence's 1940s 'Migration Series,' Now on Rare View at MoMA - CityLab

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