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“7 Beauties – A Lina Wertmüller Film”


An excellent film which highlights the insanity (the humor does not override the sensivities and sorrows of Nazi evils) within a country taken over by the  insane, corrupt, tyrannical Nazis of Germany.  

Although history repeats itself, we, nations of this present day, must be strong and resist the now growing worldwide-judicial cabal that upholds the Nazi manifesto.

A commentary from: ~fill-teer n coffee~

In 1930s Italy, Pasqualino (Giancarlo Giannini), a low-level Sicilian thug, kills a man who disgraced his sister. Pasqualino pleads insanity and manages to escape imprisonment by joining the military, but he decides to go AWOL when things get too heavy. Unfortunately, he soon finds himself stuck in a concentration camp. There, Pasqualino vows to do anything in order to survive — even if that means seducing an obese, female German camp commandant (Shirley Stoler) or ratting out his own pals.

Director: Lina Wertmüller

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“Forgotten WWII Air Raid Shelter Complex Found” 

“Forgotten WWII Air Raid Shelter Complex Found” 

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Kleines Berlin (Little Berlin in German) is the complex of underground air-raid tunnels dating to World War II, which still exists in TriesteItaly.

Air-raid shelters, also known as bomb shelters, are structures for the protection of non-combatants as well as combatants against enemy attacks from the air. They are similar to bunkers in many regards, although they are not designed to defend against ground attack (but many have been successfully used as defensive structures in such situations).

Prior to World War II, in May 1924, an Air Raid Precautions Committee was set up in the United Kingdom. For years, little progress was made with shelters because of the apparently irreconcilable conflict between the need to send the public underground for shelter and the need to keep them above ground for protection against gas attacks. In February 1936 the Home Secretaryappointed a technical Committee on Structural Precautions against Air Attack.

By November 1937, there had only been slow progress, because of a serious lack of data on which to base any design recommendations, and the Committee proposed that the Home Office should have its own department for research into structural precautions, rather than relying on research work done by the Bombing Test Committee to support the development of bomb design and strategy. This proposal was eventually implemented in January 1939.[1]

During the Munich crisis, local authorities dug trenches to provide shelter. After the crisis, the British Government decided to make these a permanent feature, with a standard design of precast concrete trench lining. Unfortunately these turned out to perform very poorly. They also decided to issue free to poorer households the Anderson shelter, and to provide steel props to create shelters in suitable basements.[2]


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51,000,003 Reasons Why America Owes Nazi Germany an Apology

51,000,003 Reasons Why America Owes Nazi Germany an Apology

51,000,003 Reasons Why America Owes Nazi Germany an Apology

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