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FireStop – Eco-Conscious Wildfire Prevention and Beyond  ***Please watch the TV interview for more info and visit Fundanything to donate!!***  Colorado’s Best TV Interview
 
http://coloradosbest.tv/2012/09/21/new-product-could-save-homes-wildfires/

FireStop – Eco-Conscious Wildfire Prevention and Beyond ***Please watch the TV interview for more info and visit Fundanything to donate!!*** Colorado’s Best TV Interview http://coloradosbest.tv/2012/09/21/new-product-could-save-homes-wildfires/

Conn barracks in Schweinfurt, Germany, used to be Nazi hospital, mental ward and mess halls have been occupied by US soldiers for decades. Two of them, completely unknown to each other, reported the same chilling tale. Both awoke to a Nazi soldier stood over the bed, accompanied by a sad-looking nurse covered in blood, whispering about them.

Conn Barracks, Schweinfurt - The site of an old Nazi Hospital, Psych Ward, and Nazi dining facilities that are used as Barracks for US Army soldiers.

Kirkuk at the beginning twentieth century

Kirkuk at the beginning twentieth century

Kirkuk Citadel, Iraq

Kirkuk Citadel, Iraq

A ruined Chaldean church, on Kirkuk’s Citadel

A Tour of Iraq's Ancient Sites

For anyone whose interests include ancient history, being in Iraq is like a daily immersion in a history course on Mesopotamia.

Dogu Turkistan Milli Marsi - National Anthem  of  Eastern Turkistan

Dogu Turkistan Milli Marsi - National Anthem of Eastern Turkistan

Kirkuk Citadel is one of the oldest parts of the city. Built by King Ashurnasirpal II between 884 and 858 BCE

Kirkuk Citadel is one of the oldest parts of the city. Built by King Ashurnasirpal II between 884 and 858 BCE

Pic Of The Month July 2015: The Basrah Canal in Basrah by Beautiful Iraq Official Basrah Photographer Ali Al Hameed

Pic Of The Month July The Basrah Canal in Basrah by Beautiful Iraq Official Basrah Photographer Ali Al Hameed

Kirkuk, Iraq  Earliest inhabitation: 2,200 BC   Located around 150 miles north of Baghdad, Kirkuk stands on the site of the ancient Assyrian capital of Arrapha. Its strategic importance was recognised by the Babylonians and the Media, who have also controlled the city. The ruins of a 5,000-year-old citadel are still visible, while the city is now the headquarters of Iraqs petroleum industry.

The world's 20 oldest cities

Kirkuk, Iraq Earliest inhabitation: 2,200 BC Located around 150 miles north of Baghdad, Kirkuk stands on the site of the ancient Assyrian capital of Arrapha. Its strategic importance was recognised by the Babylonians and the Media, who have also controlled the city. The ruins of a 5,000-year-old citadel are still visible, while the city is now the headquarters of Iraqs petroleum industry.

Entire school shaped like a U.  Elementary on one side, middle on the other and high school in the middle.  I went from K-4

Entire school shaped like a U. Elementary on one side, middle on the other and high school in the middle.

Iraq - Erbil Citadel - ©Adam Mirani

Iraq - Erbil Citadel - ©Adam Mirani

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