«Lada» «XRAY» — Englishman on the right!

Recently in "Crocus Expo" opening ceremony of the Moscow International Salon. The first day of the opportunity to see new items were given to journalists. According to Michael Podorozhanskogo, editor of the magazine "Auto Review", despite the fact that the announcements said about a lot of prime, really super-new items, when it came to a fundamentally new car, the possibility of the change of generations, can be counted on the fingers of one hand . But, of course, a pair of curious little stuff, surprisingly, belong to our "AvtoVAZ". On them, with the permission of the high public attention should

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As the British Dynamite allies

On the 70th anniversary of the famous evacuation of British troops at Dunkirk

"Britain has no fixed opponents and constant friends, she only permanent interests" — this is not clear when and by whom the phrase was uttered, but the winged. One of the clearest examples of such policies — "Operation Dynamo" (evacuation of British troops at Dunkirk May 26 — June 4, 1940). The least known to the general public numerous "Dunkirk" of the British expeditionary forces in other parts of Europe in that war, and that is the "Dynamo" could happen as early as the First World War.

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As a Brit adored Russia

Britain has long wanted to deal with Russia. But almost always she tried to do it by proxy.

All XVII-XIX century British hounded us Turks. In the end, our homeland was at war with Turkey in the Russian-Turkish war of 1676-81, in the Russian-Turkish war of 1686-1700, in the Russian-Turkish war of 1710-13, in the Russian-Turkish war of 1735-39, in the Russian-Turkish war of 1768 -74, in the Russian-Turkish war of 1787-91, in the Russian-Turkish war of 1806-12, and in the Russian-Turkish War of 1877-78. In addition, Turkey fought a war against Russia in the Crimean and the First

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Dragoljub Zhivoinovich: The British were never Serb collaborators

Just placed a serious work of academician Dragoljub Zhivoinovicha about the events in front of Thessalonica (Nevoљni ratnitsi, with power and great Solunski front. Beograd, 2011) seriously stirred up the whole (in this case not only Serbian) modern historiography. Collected under one cover to anyone unknown documents leave no stone unturned in the still prevailing views of the allies and friends of Serbs; destroy many illusions and delusions and clearly indicate that the UK, starting from the moment of the attack of Austria-Hungary against Serbia in 1914 g (in other words, from the beginning of the First World War) led

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