By: Tom

By: Tom

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"You don’t know if a building is any good until you walk inside it."

Philip Johnson (via archatlas)
petitedilly:

Un proverbe français que je ne connaissais pas…

petitedilly:

Un proverbe français que je ne connaissais pas…

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lizclimo:

still ridiculous. 

lizclimo:

still ridiculous. 

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historicaltimes:

World War I: Every Day

See the changing front lines of World War I every day from Austria-Hungary’s declaration of war to the armistice of November 11, 1918. This video also includes the changing front lines in Africa and the Pacific. The war started 100 years ago and today we live as the result of its legacy.

Legend:
Maroon = Central Powers and annexed lands.
Burgundy = Areas militarily occupied by the Central Powers.
Red = Central Power puppet or client states.
Brown = Central Powers in an armistice.
Pink = Central Power gains for that day.
Dark blue = Allied powers
Blue = Central Powered lands militarily occupied by the Allies.
Blue-grey = Allied powers in an armisitce.
Light blue = Allied gains for that day.

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