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Young French woman composes World War I quintet

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A young French composer has written a cello quintet for the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I for a performance by musicians from five continents during commemorations in the Somme region, the theatre of trench warfare. Duration: 01:50 Video provided by AFP

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Reuters - Light News Video Online (Jan. 14, 2014) — 1.5 million pages of World War One diaries are digitized in Britain, allowing the world's largest collection of WWI documents to be seen all around the world. Elly Park reports.
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'Hitler Album' of Stolen Art Given to US Archive

'Hitler Album' of Stolen Art Given to US Archive

AP (May 8, 2014) — Adolf Hitler's last known album of artworks stolen by the Nazis during World War II is being donated to the National Archives to mark the anniversary of the war's end in Europe. (May 8) Video provided by AP
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Brilliant Minds: Paleoecologist Claire Reymond

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Deutsche Welle (Jan. 21, 2013) — Her workplace is most people's idea of a vacation paradise: the beaches of the Bahamas or the Galapagos Islands. Claire Reymond investigates the sand on the sea floor for the remains of microorganisms. They tell the paleoecologist about past and current climate change and how humans are influencing the world's oceans.The 32 Australian scientist analyzes her samples in Germany. For the past year she has been working at the Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology in Bremen. In the 'Brilliant Minds' series TOMORROW TODAY presents young scientists from around the world who live and work in Germany.
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Using 3D Technology to Preserve Ancient Frescoes

Using 3D Technology to Preserve Ancient Frescoes (Dec. 26, 2012) — Using 3D Technology to Preserve Ancient Frescoes World Monuments Fund - World Monuments Fund Michael Walsh discusses the efforts to save the forgotten frescoes of Famagusta, Cyprus. Founded in the late tenth century and rising to prominence after the fall of Acre in 1291, the port city of Famagusta once rivaled Constantinople and Venice as a center for maritime commerce. Through the centuries, Famagusta was ruled by a succession of conquerors including French, Greek, Genoese, Venetian, Ottoman, and British-creating an astonishingly varied artistic and architectural legacy.
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