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Auschwitz and the final solution

On January 27, 2015, was commemorated the liberation of the Auschwitz Birkenau camps, in memory of the millions of Jews murdered and massacred in the name of Hitler's racist ideology, according to which, the German race has superiority over it. vis-à-vis other races deemed inferior. On the basis of this ideology, the Holocaust - The catastrophe in Hebrew that will claim the lives of more than five million Jews, was carried out in a methodical and cold manner.
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Gérald Van Der Kemp and Versailles

In the aftermath of the Second World War, the Palace of Versailles required considerable restoration work. After the tragic death of the curator Charles Mauricheau-Beaupré and among the crowd of applicants for this sought-after post, Gérald Van Der Kemp stood out, becoming for twenty-seven years The Chief Curator of Versailles.
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Visit of the Luxembourg Gardens (Paris)

If we nowadays benefit from the magnificent garden that is the Jardin du Luxembourg in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, it is thanks to Marie de Médicis and her Italian taste. Loving this quiet neighborhood, she decided to acquire a fairly large piece of land in order to build a palace and a garden in the Florentine style.
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Dupes Day (November 11, 1630)

A play… a melodrama… three actors, three acts, three days! The cries and tears of the first, the anguish of the second ... and the triumph of the third! The main day of November 11, 1630, called the Day of Dupes by Guillaume de Bautru, Count of Serrant, was memorable in the history of France.
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The origin of mansards

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Divine Middle Ages (Alessandro Barbero)

The Middle Ages are all the rage. Inspiring many historical novels, even medieval-fantastic works, this period never ceases to arouse fantasies, fears and unfortunate misinterpretations. Alessandro Barbero, professor of medieval history at the University of Piedmont-Oriental in Vercelli and author of many successful works translated into French1, paints the picture of an era in his new book Divin Moyen Age published by Flammarion editions by taking up the sources and focusing more on the actors.
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