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Boston Children`s Museum

Boston Children`s Museum

Situated at 300 Congress Street, Boston Children& 39;s Museum is a fun place where children of all ages can understand and enjoy the world in which they live. Through world-class exhibits and programs, it provides opportunities for new insights, involvement with the world, and understanding of human differences.

Mutsuki Class Destroyer

Mutsuki Class Destroyer

Mutsuki Class Destroyer Here we see a Mutsuki class destroyer, armed with four 4.7in guns (one on either side of the rear deck house, one between the funnels and one on the forecastle), and six 24in torpedo tubes in two triple mounts (one just to the left of the number & 39;27& 39; and one just to the right of the rear guns.

Operation Dragoon, 1944: France's other D-Day, Steven J Zaloga

Operation Dragoon, 1944: France's other D-Day, Steven J Zaloga

Operation Dragoon, 1944: France& 39;s other D-Day, Steven J ZalogaOperation Dragoon, 1944: France& 39;s other D-Day, Steven J ZalogaCampaign 208This volume in Osprey& 39;s campaign series looks at Operation Dragoon, the Allied invasion of southern France. This is probably the least well known of the series of Allied amphibious landings that started with Operation Torch, then moved on to Sicily, mainland Italy and Anzio, before for most people ending with the D-Day landings in Normandy.

Patronage Plan against the deterioration of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela

Patronage Plan against the deterioration of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela

The passage of time and this harsh winter have caused many problems for the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela and its conservation is in real danger if it is not acted upon quickly and provided with greater financial resources for its restoration. Although repairs are occasional, this time it is necessary to make a major reform in the structure.

The Fight for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

The Fight for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the entire nation pauses in remembrance of a civil rights hero. At least, that’s the point of the federal holiday that takes place on the third Monday of each January. MLK Day was designed to honor the activist and minister assassinated in 1968, whose accomplishments have continued to inspire generations of Americans.

Why didn't the Black Death made the peasants more desperate and more accepting of exploitation?

Why didn't the Black Death made the peasants more desperate and more accepting of exploitation?

The Black Death is said to have made labor more expensive and the peasants free. But why hasn't the opposite happened?