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Schooled  Larry King.

Watch the full interview here.

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What, you think I’m proud of this? Like I do it on purpose?

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Nicole Kidman leaving her lawyer’s office after finalising her divorce with Tom Cruise.

bowing @ this beautiful day in august 2001

please let’s not forget this gem


I identify with this on a spiritual level right now 

free her

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OITNB Season 2 + Episode Titles 
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Women of Warsaw Uprising ‘44

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HISTORY MEME | 1/10 moments: Warsaw Uprising

The Warsaw Uprising, that started on 1st August 1944, was a major World War II operation by the Polish resistance Home Army (Polish: Armia Krajowa) to liberate Warsaw from Nazi Germany. The rebellion was timed to coincide with the Soviet Union’s Red Army approaching the eastern suburbs of the city and the retreat of German forces. However, the Soviet advance stopped short, enabling the Germans to regroup and demolish the city while defeating the Polish resistance, which fought for 63 days with little outside support.

Although the exact number of casualties remains unknown, it is estimated that about 16,000 members of the Polish resistance were killed and about 6,000 badly wounded. In addition, between 150,000 and 200,000 Polish civilians died, mostly from mass executions. Jews being harboured by Poles were exposed by German house-to-house clearances and mass evictions of entire neighbourhoods. German casualties totalled over 8,000 soldiers killed and missing, and 9,000 wounded. During the urban combat approximately 25% of Warsaw’s buildings were destroyed. Following the surrender of Polish forces, German troops systematically leveled another 35% of the city block by block. Together with earlier damage suffered in the 1939 invasion of Poland and the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in 1943, over 85% of the city was destroyed by January 1945, when the course of the events in the Eastern Front forced the Germans to abandon the city.

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nicknames/mottos (a more truthful version): countries

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