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Around the World July/August 2024

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Around the World July/August 2024

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(LDA Sachsen-Anhalt, A. Lochner-Rechta)

Around the World March/April 2023

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(Volker Minkus)

Around the World November/December 2021

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(University of Tubingen)

Around the World September/October 2021

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(Yvonne Mühleis, LAD Esslingen)

Around the World May/June 2020

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(Jürgen Vogel/LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn)

Digs & Discoveries July/August 2012

How Do You Say "Comb" in West Germanic?

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Features March/April 2012

New Life for the Lion Man

Using recently uncovered fragments, archaeologists may be able to finally piece together one of the world's oldest works of art

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Digs & Discoveries May/June 2012

Dogtooth Is the New Black

German researchers have uncovered what may be the remains of the world's oldest handbag, according to Sachsen-Anhalt State Archaeology and Preservation Office archaeologist Susanne Friederich.

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Features May 01, 2011

The POW Camp Made Famous by The Great Escape

Designed to contain those who had already fled previous detainment, the German POW camp Stalag Luft III was built in the woods of modern-day Poland as far as possible from non-Axis territory.

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Features May 01, 2011

World War II Aircraft Crash Sites

In World War I, planes were primarily used for reconnaissance missions—though early dogfights took place between aircraft outfitted with machine guns. In World War II, in addition to recon and air fights, aerial bombing was a major activity.

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