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Fantastic machines of the First World War Part 2

“Land cruiser” Hetherington In England, the first draft of the “land cruiser” was presented by the captain of the Royal naval air service Thomas Hetherington. The thickness of its armor was 80 mm. In each of the three towers were located on two 102-mm guns. But the wheels had only three: two in front, 12 […]

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Fantastic machines of the First World War Part 1

That the first British tanks for the sake of privacy I decided to call “tank”, today know many. Much more a veil of secrecy covered the projects of tanks, invented even before the “Little Willie” and “Big Willie” was released for testing. That’s about these top-secret once projects we will now and tell… Machine Bouar […]

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Writing a Thesis Statement

It is impossible to write a fine academic paper without an adequately composed thesis, which consists of a couple of sentences at maximum and represents the main message of your written task. In addition, it makes comments regarding your stance and assist readers in keeping an eye on arguments. Thesis Writing Steps Examine the topic, […]

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Bad news for Montezuma Part 1

The reign of last Aztec ruler Montezuma was accompanied by ominous signs, which, it was believed, foretold the imminent capture of the country white. It – is simple myths or later rigged?… In 40-ies of the XVI century missionary Toribio de Benavente, known as Motolinia described several strange phenomena that the Aztecs observed several years […]

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Tutankhamun and the void

Fresh details have been offered by the Minister of antiquities of Egypt about the ” rooms ” within Tutankhamun’s grave, among which can be Nefertiti’s burial-place. Within the renowned grave of Tutankhamun with likelihood that is 90% you will find concealed areas by which are a few items of natural and steel supplies. It was […]

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A routine of the Holy Inquisition Part 3

Interrogated witches, warlocks, and others sold soul to the devil in the same way as heretics under the most severe torture. In addition, the bodies of the victims to seek out the so-called “mark of the devil” — unusual moles, seals, etc. it was Believed that the devil imposes on their minions print, which you […]

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A routine of the Holy Inquisition Part 2

The first Albigensian appeared in the beginning of 11th century. They preached Apostolic Christianity and were simple, moral and sheltered life, so at first, they were called “good people” (fewer bones homes). However, after the first excommunication from the Church; delivered at the Cathedral in Toulouse, convened by Pope Calixtus II, began to call Toulouse […]

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A routine of the Holy Inquisition Part 1

Hard for us to imagine that there was a time when witchcraft brought no income, and suffering and martyrdom. Then the witch hunt was a national sport in many countries of Western Europe, and the sorcerers and hundreds burned at the stake for the glory of the Roman Catholic Church… A typical view of the witch […]

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The horrific murder of Ramesses III

Ramses III murder was terrible. A brand new research of the Regal mummies suggests that numerous attackers at the same time pounced on him murdered the Pharaoh. Along with the truth that his neck was cut imaging methods show that the Pharaoh’s big-toe was likewise cut down. the embalmers may intentionally keep solution this damage. […]

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Bloody tortures of the Middle Age Part 2

German theologian Georg Widman told how one night the devil was watching one salt the pot of boiling water. The devil sticks his nose into the crack in the wall of the house, Salter throws it in boiling water, and then the devil throwing the wizard across the river, and the boiler is over the […]

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Bloody tortures of the Middle Age Part 1

In the treatise of the witch hunter Pierre de Lancre “the picture of the impermanence of evil angels and demons,” published in 1612, describes the atrocities perpetrated by the servants of the devil. Accompany the text very illustration of the Polish engraver Jan Sarnco. A reader faces the coven, where they eat a bread made […]

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Steps in Writing a Reaction Paper

When dealing with a reaction paper, remember that it is not so good to only chant the praises of strong points or criticize weak points associated with text at issue. On top of that, be ready to justify your personal reactions. Note that it is essential to substantiate your choices, for instance, an introduction to […]

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