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History of the Formula 1 World Championship (2/3)

The changes undertaken at the turn of the 1950s and 1960s in the field of Formula 1 remain essentially technical, and at the same time the CSI strives to maintain the viability of the discipline, by trying to mitigate its ever increasing costs. the concern to maintain the link between F1 and the automobile industry, the use of a commercial fuel is imposed in 1958 (it is initially gasoline-aviation); until then the cars were fueled with mixtures of free and more or less convoluted ethanols.
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Cyprus, from Venice to Constantinople

The 15th century was the moment when everything changed for the Cyprus of Lusignan. Masters of the island since the end of the 12th century, the Latin lords bow to the combined pressures of Genoa and the Mamluk sultanate. Their choice to turn to Venice leads them to their doom: on the death of Jacques II, it is his wife the Venetian Catherine Cornaro who ascends the throne, before she finally gives way to the government of the Serene. , in 1489.
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History of cooking and food

At a time when the "gastronomic meal of the French" has just been registered in the intangible heritage of Unesco, and referring to the principle of Pharaoh Khéti four thousand years ago "we calm a crowd that rebels with food ”, it is interesting to look at the culinary habits of our elders and the origin of their foods, thanks to the beautiful book by Eric Bourliez“ History of Cooking and Food ”.
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Dreyfus Affair - Trial and History

June 3, 1899 in Rennes, a former captain of the French army is about to be tried a second time for acts of treason… France sinks into the throes of the Dreyfus Affair. It all started on October 15, 1894, when the artillery captain Alfred Dreyfus, of Alsatian and Jewish origin, was arrested at the Ministry of War.
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Memories of the Grand Army - BD

“My friend, yesterday there was a great battle, the victory remained with me but I lost a lot of people; the loss of the enemy, even greater still, does not console me. "Napoleon I, February 9, 1807. On the evening of the bloody battle lies the soldier Godart ... Two hundred years after his descendant Michel Dufranne created the character" Marcel Godart "beginning his epic where the real Godart had ended.
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Hitler's Furies (Wendy Lower)

A professor of history, but also a consultant for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Wendy Lower is interested in her new work in the role of women indoctrinated by Nazi ideology during WWII; The & 34; Hitler's Furies & # 39;. Composition of the Book Divided into 7 major chapters, Wendy Lower & 39; s book first addresses the context of indoctrination of women in the first two chapters titled "The Lost Generation of German Women 'and' The East Needs You '.
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