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German Beauty 🇩🇪

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🎄𝐂𝐨𝐦𝐞 𝐇𝐨𝐦𝐞🎄

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Merry Christmas good Brothers and Sisters! Thinking especially of those grieving or spending this day alone, look after yourself and don’t feel like you can’t reach out to Our Folk. If you do one thing today, see this as a celebration of pride of all that you are, all you are capable of and all the people you still have yet to meet and connect to. Your people are waiting for you, and my Christmas wish for you is that this day is the first step towards you finding them. Whatever struggles you may be enduring, it has no choice but to pass. Love and warmth, — 🎄𝐂𝐨𝐦𝐞 𝐇𝐨𝐦𝐞🎄

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TRUTH!!! ⚡

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Так на нее косплей

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Paris 2022 — Christmas Day

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Today in Welsh history... 25 December 1914, the 2nd Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers were involved in one of the most moving events of any conflict, whilst fighting in Northern France during World War I. Private Frank Richards from Blaina recalled how two men put up a board, with ‘Merry Christmas’ written on it and then climbed up the trench with their hands up. Two German soldiers did likewise, and the two pairs of soldiers then walked into no-man’s land and shook hands. Soldiers from both sides put down their arms and joined them, exchanging gifts such as beer, cigarettes, plum puddings and chocolate. They then sang carols and organised a football match. The following morning Capt. Stockwell of the Welsh Fusiliers climbed up the trench and held up a sign with 'Merry Christmas' on it. A German commander then appeared with a sign saying 'Thank You'. Both men saluted each other, fired three shots into the air and then climbed back into their positions and the war recommenced.

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German Beauty 🇩🇪

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A Christmas Carol 1971. The excellent 1971 animated version of the Charles Dickens classic. Animation by Ken Harris, Abe Levitow, among others. Produced by Chuck Jones. This film won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film for 1972

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დაუკარით რომ ძველ ხანჯალს - კვინტეტი ურმული @EuroChristianMusic

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Gustave Dore

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Gustave Dore

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Gustave Dore

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The Rhine Daughters

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Fantasia: dance of sugar plum fairy

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Moomin christmas 🎄

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