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Footage in original color and Full HD before restoring for the documentary “Spirit of Liberation" (Kronos Media, 2016).

0:00 - 2:49 Inauguration of the "Haus der Kunst" in Munich.
1:42 The woman in white is Gerdy Troost Andresen, widow of the museum's architect Paul Ludwig 1:42 The woman in white is Gerdy Troost Andresen, widow of the museum's architect Paul Ludwig Troost (who died in 1934). An architect herself, she supervised the construction of the museum.
9:18 Olympic Games 1936 in Berlin.
11:14 Adolf Hitler at the Olympic Games.
15:25 Parade on the occasion of the "Tag der deutschen Kunst" (Day of German Art) in Munich (1937/1938).

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After a long time i finally finished the new Website. There are still a few little things to do but the most is done.

The main Website changes are:

  1. New Website Design.
  2. Faster loading.
  3. More user friendly.
  4. A new Download section.
  5. A new Image Gallery section.
  6. A new Commenting system.

For now the forum has been removed because the new Commenting system makes it obsolete, but it can be again re-added quickly if needed.
I couldn't re-add the old user comments because i have changed too much which i didn't plan to do at the beginning, but now it will be a lot easier and faster to upgrade the website.

Back in February the Root Server was already upgraded and now i have finished the new Website that means i can now slowly start attacking the last thing on my list, and that is WinXP-IE(BE)/Win10-IE.

Please feel free to leave any input or suggestions in the comment section.

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Cosplaying has gone from a niche activity to a big main event. The costumes get more impressive every year, and the crowds of cosplayers have doubled, then tripled.

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The who, how & why of the JFK assassination. Taken from an historical perspective starting around world war 1 leading to present day. We hope after watching this video you will know more about what happened in the past and how the world is run today.

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When Japanese mecha turns from science fiction to science fact, you get four metres and four tonnes of armoured metal robot! Watch out-Metal Gear is no longer the stuff of video games!

Meet Kuratas-a giant Japanese robot designed by Suidobashi Heavy Industry and presented at the Chiba Wonder Festival. This metal monster is controlled by a human who sits inside, but can also be piloted by a 3G smartphone.

The robot uses augmented reality technology and an automatic alignment system to lock on to targets. Plus, shooting is activated by smiling (see video, below), so you'll have to be seriously careful about your facial expressions. The robot is loaded with all kinds of (non-lethal) weapons, including a water-based missile launcher and a "Twin Gatling Gun" that can fire off 6000 BBs (airsoft pellets) a minute. Kuratas moves around on wheels built into its feet, and can reach speeds of up to 10 kilometres per hour. Pedestrians beware!

If you fancy bagging yourself one of these robots, powered by no less than 30 hydraulic joints, you'll have to shell out around €1.500.000.

Engineers Wataru Yoshizaki and Kogoro Kurata spent two years designing and building Kuratas. Only in Japan.
You can build your own Kuratas at www.suidobashijuko.jp.