Moderador: José Luis
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A la venta dos torres históricas del puente de Remagen
http://www.nationalgeographic.com.es/hi ... al_12733/1
https://elpais.com/cultura/2018/06/05/a ... 14350.html
La exposición sobre Auschwirz amplia su apertura en Madrid tras vender mas de 350 000 entradas
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https://elpais.com/internacional/2018/0 ... 51843.html
La película la sentencia esta basada en el caso de Papon
El comandante nazi poseía un cierto grado de empatía y era un hombre cuerdo. ¿Era un inconsciente, o simplemente un lacayo? ¿Banalizó el mal?
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France honours the last SAS Original
Mike Sadler took part in devastating desert raids, once trekking 100 miles without food or water
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If Saw Joshua had been a veteran from a former British colony that remained in the Commonwealth, such as Ghana, Uganda, or India, he would have received financial, medical, and other forms of assistance from charitable organisations such as the Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League. But when Burma gained its independence in 1948, unlike most other former colonies, it chose not to remain in the Commonwealth.
Though some efforts were made by British veterans' charities to help these men, the country's growing isolation meant even that limited help eventually dried up.
n the early 2000s, though, this began to change - Burma began to open up to the outside world. So in 2007, 19 years after her meeting with Saw Joshua, she founded Help for Forgotten Allies, or H4FA. The charity aims to recognise the contribution made by these veterans before it's too late.
The small annual grants of roughly £120 and support for urgent medical care H4FA provides can be life-changing for the old soldiers and their widows. Almost all are now in their 90s, and living in poverty in a country with no welfare system and few, if any, public health services.
But it's not just about the money - it's the personal touch that's important, says Mitchell. "We're doing everything we can to give them the feeling that they are being acknowledged for what they did, and that they're being remembered."
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El "piromano" estadounidense qie quiso bombardear Japón hasta las cenizas
https://www.abc.es/historia/abci-piroma ... oticia.htm
Hallado un submarino nazi en las costas de Galicia
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El director, responsable del documental " Shoah", muere a los 92 años
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la noticia en el paispastelsjl escribió:Estados Unidos no denegó el visado a la familia de Ana Frank porque la solicitud " nunca se completó",
http://www.rtve.es/noticias/20180706/es ... 1301.shtml
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