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It's the last day of our focus week! Today is - show us what you've got!

And thanks for all those who shared their archives with us this week -

merci d'avoir participé @Athenenoctua

go raibh míle maith agat @ucdarchives

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Many thanks to the ARA (Archives & Records Association UK and Ireland) and @exploreyourarchive for this wonderful week !
It will be a pleasure to see you next year 😉

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2 December 1940 | French Jewish boy, Raymond Jedwab, was born in Bourges.

He was deported to Auschwitz from on 7 March 1944. He was murdered in a gas chamber after arrival selection.

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1 December 1901 | A Polish Jew, Rubin Sznajderman, was born in Pilica.

In Auschwitz from 1 December 1941.
No. 23638
He perished in the camp on 12 December 1941.

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While four autobiograpical accounts of Alice Thornton's (1626-1707) life exist, each one is different from the others as she changed the structure and rewrote events.

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If you are interested in learning more about the four Thornton manuscripts, see our page here:

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Youth culture has been and hopefully will always remain very diverse

A punk, a "rude boy" and an anti-fascist skinhead hang out together in England, circa 1980

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This is 🍌🍌🍌🍌. A grave field from the Viking Age has been discovered in the middle of the city of Gothenburg. Right in between Sweden's largest outdoor stadium and the public bath with the Olympic pool. There is so much city activity at this location that it's hard to comprehend that these graves were somehow overlooked...? (Article in Swedish)

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@eharlitzkern @histodons @histodon @academicchatter @medievodons it's Gothenburg.

So I bet the locals have known it was there for years, they just refused to talk to anyone from Stockholm about it.

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@garius @histodons @histodon @academicchatter @medievodons You might be on to something. I mean, the stadium is called Ullevi Stadium and the public bath house is called the Valhalla Bath. The graves were pretty much hiding in plain sight, weren't they? 😁

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"Abraham de Moivre (born May 26, 1667, Vitry, Fr.—died Nov. 27, 1754, London) French mathematician who was a pioneer in the development of analytic trigonometry and in the theory of probability"

Britannica, The Editors of Encyclopaedia. "Abraham de Moivre". Encyclopedia Britannica, 23 Nov. 2023, https://www.britannica.com/biography/Abraham-de-Moivre. Accessed 27 November 2023. @science

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What archives do you have to share inspired by theme ? We'd love to see them!

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(en retard)

Traditions multiples dans ce dessin (vers 1919, cote 35II/121), intitulé "183e Société de Secours mutuels des Employés de la Soierie lyonnaise" : les à bien sûr, mais aussi la soierie lyonnaise, les sociétés de secours mutuels, ainsi que les récompenses obtenues lors d'expositions internationales ou universelles.

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If you think the move or challenge is the original, think again. A year earlier, in 2022, it was started by Jubi and called it the float.

Like many popular challenges and "games"/"toys" this year 2023, it was a rediscovery of a younger generation and revitalised it under a new name.

Source: https://www.koreaboo.com/stories/slick-back-challenge-original-started/

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@youronlyone That dance move has been around a lot longer than last year. I was watching Melbourne shuffle compilation videos 15+ years ago where kids were doing those same steps as part of their shuffle routines.

Jubi probably didn't know about it when he made his dance challenge because shuffling comes out of a pretty specific subculture that existed before tiktok and what not so I'm not faulting him for taking credit for the challenge. Just clarifying that the move has been around longer.

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@Erzbet Oooh! Much appreciated. Yep, it's hard to find out content these days, especially before tiktok. (Even text search is so challenging if earlier than 2012.)

Interesting though the dance step got twice the attention of today's tiktok generation.

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According to trade relations between the and started in the 14th Century.

By the year 1600, "Dilao, Manila" became .


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Still according to relations between the and goes all the way back in the 7th Century, the to be exact, and continued on with the and the .

The oldest in the world was established on 1594 at Binondo, Manila.


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The oldest recorded contact between the and was during Korea's , sometime in the 19th Century to be more specific (Joseon lasted for 500 years).

Little known fact: During , Imperial Japan brought in Korean soldiers in the Philippines as an additional military support of Imperial Japan's occupation.

There are many in the Philippines. The two most known are in City and City.

According to



Sugeruję włączyć silny filtr na emocjonalne sformułowania i otworzyć się na edukację techniczno-historyczną.

Współpraca Niemiec i Związku Radzieckiego – opinia publiczna nadal nie wie o niej zbyt wiele. Najczęściej kojarzy się nam z sowieckim atakiem na Polskę 17 września 1939 roku i to wszystko. A współpraca krajów, które przez ponad dekadę posługiwały się narodowymi flagami w tym samym, czerwonym kolorze, zaczęła się znacznie wcześniej.

Całość cyklu zaczyna się od eksperymentmyslowy.pl/page/14/… (wyjątkowo idiotyczne sortowanie, ale cóż).

WSPÓLNOTA CZERWIENI cz.1 – Eksperyment Myślowy

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Dzisiaj krótko - udało mi się w Bundesarchiv odnaleźć akta z procesu przedwojennego kasjera z łódzkiego oraz jednego z sekretarzy niemieckich związków zawodowych Wilhelma Zinsera.

Zinser został oskarżony w 1943 r. o defetyzm. Jako urzędnik Ubezpieczalni Społecznej w Łodzi (okupacyjnej, tj. niemieckiej) został on po donosie aresztowany ponownie przez Gestapo i skazany 6 listopada 1943 r. na karę śmierci, wykonaną 31 grudnia 1943 r.

Wyrok Trybunału Ludowego w sprawie Wilhelma Zinsera

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12 November 1922 | A Pole, Tadeusz Borowski, was born. A poet, writer & journalist.

In Auschwitz from 29 June 1943.
No. 119198
Liberated in Dachau. A lot of his post-war literature described the horrors of the camp.

It is that very hope that makes people go without a murmur to the gas chambers, keeps them from risking a revolt, paralyses them into numb inactivity. It is hope that breaks down family ties, makes mothers renounce their children, or wives sell their bodies for bread, or husbands kill. It is hope that compels man to hold on to one more day of life, because that day may be the day of liberation. Ah, and not even the hope for a different, better world, but simply for life, a life of peace and rest. Never before in the history of mankind has hope been stronger than man, but never also has it done so much harm as it has in the war, in this concentration camp. We were never taught how to give up hope, and this is why today we perish in gas chambers.” Tadeusz Borowski’
Tadeusz Borowski, “Night Over Birkenau™ Again the night. Again the fearsome sky Gyres like a vulture, like a beast of prey It crouches on the camp, on the dead quict. Pale as a corpse, the moon sets far away. And like a shield cast to the ground in battle. Amid the stars Azure Orion lies. On through the dark the transports’ motors rattle. Then the gleam in the crematoria's eyes Scalding and stifling. Slumber like a stone. Breath is choked out. The throat is split and red. The heavy boot pressed down on the breast-bone Cracks like the silence of three million dead. Night, endless night, and no light overland. The eyes are gassed with slumber, numb the brow. Like God's own Judgment on the world of man The fog must now come down on Birkenau. Translated by A.Z. Foreman

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34 years ago
No Control is the fourth album by American punk rock band Bad Religion, released November 1989, through Epitaph Records.


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