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Volcanic eruption

Volcanic eruption is a phenomenon of nature, often associated with the expulsion of magma from deep regions of the earth on the planet's surface. The layers of rocks formed by magmatic eruptions are called "spills," as the rock spreads and solidifies on the surface of the globe. Volcanic eruption scheme Cold lava usually generates excellent soil for planting.
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Adolf hitler

German politician born in Austria (1889-1945). Led the German bloc during World War II. Adolf Hitler, considered by many to be one of the greatest villains in history, was born on April 20, 1889. His father was named Alois Hitler and was a customs inspector in the city of Braunau, Austria.
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The Soldier: A History of Courage, Sacrifice and Brotherhood, Darren Moore

The Soldier: A History of Courage, Sacrifice and Brotherhood, Darren MooreThe Soldier: A History of Courage, Sacrifice and Brotherhood, Darren MooreThis book, written by a former soldier in the Australian Army, looks at the impact of fighting on the individual soldier. Moore begins by looking at the relationship between the soldier and the governments that use them, who joins the army and what motivates them, how the soldier is trained, and the split between the military world and that of the civilian, but the largest part of the book looks at the impact of killing on the soldier (three chapters and 160 of the 421 pages of text).
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Geography

Black Hole

Black holes are one of the most important scientific discoveries of the entire twentieth century. We call a black hole a region in space that contains so much concentrated mass that no object can escape its gravitational pull. That is, it is an object with a gravitational field so intense that the escape velocity exceeds the speed of light.
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