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Throughout the 1930s the 'green shirt' party provided a political alternative to the communist 'red shirts' and fascist 'black shirts'.

Throughout the the 'green shirt' party provided a political alternative to the communist 'red shirts' and fascist 'black shirts'.

Florian Wowrewtzko lamb leather straight jacket

Florian Wowrewtzko lamb leather straight jacket

State Flag PVC Patches - Ghost Edition

State Flag PVC Patches - Ghost Edition

This girl has the coolest geeky DIYs!  This one is a REALLY good explanation of how to do your own galaxy print on black material.

This girl has the coolest geeky DIYs! This one is a REALLY good explanation of how to do your own galaxy print on black material. ANDDDD link to how to make little cinch gift bags!

Surviving the post-employment economy - Opinion - Al Jazeera English

Surviving the post-employment economy Sarah Kendzior The author argues that in the new economy, it's people, not skills or majors, that have lost value.

Vtg Nike T Shirt Juniors Girls Large Slim Fit Short Sleeve Red Yellow | eBay

Vtg Nike T-shirt juniors girls large slim fit short sleeve red yellow

Vtg Nike T shirt juniors girls large slim fit short sleeve red yellow

“Kinsman Angus McBean in Switzerland, 1930.  The Kindred of the Kibbo Kift were a back-to-nature youth movement in the 1920s that wanted to build a better world. Head back in time to their tribal training camp – a riot of hooded men, homemade handicrafts, ritual dances and animal spirit chiefs. From the Stanley Dixon Collection.”

Strange habits: Britain's oddest youth movement – in pictures. Kinsman Angus McBean in Switzerland, 1930

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kibo_lse_pk185-Custom.jpg (1220×900)

M is for Machinist. This photograph, taken in the 1970’s, shows two Bengali machinists carrying a Singer sewing machine along Brick Lane. Bengali machinists became a major part of the garment manufacturing industry with the decline of the Jewish tailors in the area in the mid-20th Century. (Oral history ref: SWADHINATA TRUST)

M is for Machinist. This photograph, taken in the 1970’s, shows two Bengali machinists carrying a Singer sewing machine along Brick Lane. Bengali machinists became a major part of the garment manufacturing industry with the decline of the Jewish tailors in the area in the mid-20th Century. (Oral history ref: SWADHINATA TRUST)

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