June 27, by Gloria Rose. I'm going to be honest. Despite being a superhero and comic book fan, I was feeling a little superheroed out by all the summer blockbusters.
Note- There is only one Wonder Woman and that is Lynda Carter, on whom this fictional tale is adapted. I have nurtured a story based on the seventies tv show for a long time and now have finally figured out a plot. A follow up to a two part story from season one.
Previously unpublished pictures of French women cavorting and partying with Nazis have emerged, heaping fresh shame on the troubled wartime history of occupied France. Images show women kissing SS officers in bars and cabarets, posing in bikinis on the beach and enjoying strolls under the Eiffel Tower. The book, - Erotic Years by historian Patrick Buisson, is set to further embarrass the French who have never forgotten life living in close quarters with the enemy under the Vichy regime.
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What the Chief said over the next six minutes or so was something that Nazi troops listening to their shortwave radios had never heard before. Using foulmouthed language, graphically pornographic descriptions, and extremist rhetoric, this new voice described incident after incident of incompetence and corruption infecting the Nazi cause. Criticism of Nazi officials was rarely, if ever, uttered in public.
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By Tony Rennell for MailOnline. At the heart of Nazi killings: Irma Grese was a concentration camp guard and one of the few women to be called to account for her crimes. B londe German housewife Erna Petri was returning home after a shopping trip in town when something caught her eye: six small, nearly naked boys huddled in terror by the side of the country road.