Many people have a bad day, but believe that it can be even worse. Bemorepanda has collected a few cases of sitrugere in the house, which seem funny but actually with a huge cost and a bad mood for the whole day.
You are probably attracted to the idea of small renovations in early spring, when all things are surrounded by a fresh and innovative air. Before you let your initiative be stopped by the idea of mountains of dust and dirt usually brought by a house renovation, consider some changes with maximum impact, which do not leave behind chaos and disaster.
Here are the renovations that did not happen without destroying the walls or facing other "disasters" specific to these works in the house.
1.When it snows in Norway
2.Removing a load-bearing wall
5.Incorrent door measure
6.Winter and a water valve
7.Too hot in Australia
11.The plant and the toilet
12.Falling kitchen cabinets
13.When nature wins
14.Dying the closet
16.Because of storm, the grill went in for a bath
17.Ok, learn to draw
18.A cool soda
21.At job today
22.A sad ending
23.Slipped in the shower, landed on the toilet
26.The snik exploded
28.A bigger bucket needed
29.I think this will help
32.Non sustaining business is closed during pandemic
34.Cabinet fell off the wall
36.I’m locked in
War is the phenomenon with the widest destructive function, with the most pronounced homicidal character, with the deepest implications on the present and future of humanity.
Being a very complex social phenomenon, a state of society that employs, to one degree or another, all the factors of social life, war can be approached from different angles and in very different methodological ways. Thus, history studies it in terms of development and succession over time, in the evolution of different peoples, in different eras, sociology studies it as an integral phenomenon, within social structures and their dynamics, political science researches it in terms of political determinations and evolution of relations between states, and military science studies it in terms of the characteristic application of the laws, principles, forms and procedures of armed struggle.
The research of the origin of war is meant to clarify the conditions and causes of this phenomenon in the life of society, to answer a fundamental question: war is a permanent companion of society or a temporary companion, which appeared at a certain stage of social evolution and will disappear another step?
Top 50 war movies list
From the worldwide award-winning, critically-lauded director of Tae Guk Gi, Director Kang Je-Kyu presents an unflinching look at the horrors of war, but ultimately becomes a story of hope, humanity, and redemption.
At the end of WWII, five German siblings embark on a journey across the country. When they encounter the mysterious refugee Thomas, Lore, the eldest daughter, finds herself conflicted by her innate contempt for him and her burgeoning sexual desire.
In the spring of 1944, on the eve of the Normandy landings. A group of women only penetrates deep behind enemy lines in an extremely risky mission, where even the slightest mistake can be fatal.
To define the phenomenon of war means to highlight those characteristic notes and essential features that distinguish it and specify its place in all social phenomena. In ancient times, close knowledge of social processes did not allow a broader explanation of the phenomenon of war. Historians like Thneydides, Poleplios, Titus Livius have left fairly detailed descriptions of wars, and philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle have issued the first generalizing ideas about war.
A young Scottish woman joins the French Resistance during World War II in order to find and rescue her friend, a pilot of the Royal French Air Force, lost somewhere in France.
Based on the true story of the greatest treasure hunt in history, the film Heroes of Monuments is an action drama focused on a number of seven museum directors, artists, curators, and art historians, old and out of shape, who have marched to the front during World War II to save the world's artistic masterpieces from Nazi thieves and return them to their rightful owners. But what chance do these people have to succeed?
The story of a Polish cavalry officer captured by the Red Army who manages to escape from the Siberian Gulag in 1941.
The correct definition of war as a social phenomenon requires the understanding and revelation of its political essence, of the relationship between war and politics. In his famous work "On War", the German theorist Carl von Clausewitz wrote that "war is not only a political act, but a real political instrument, a continuation of political relations, their realization by other means. What remains specific to war." It refers only to the specific nature of its means. "But no matter how strongly the war reacts, in some cases, to political intentions, this reaction must always be thought of only as a change in them, for political intent is the goal, war is the means, and can never be thought without purpose."
The subject of the film is about the silence of Pope Pius XII (Marcel Iures) in the face of the Holocaust drama. The film tells the tragic and true story of a Protestant SS officer, Kurt Gerstein (a character of the German Ulrich Tukur), whose alarm signals to the Church and the Vatican about the Nazi extermination camps remain ineffective. He is helped by a young Jesuit, Ricardo Fontana, a fictional character, whom the actor Mathieu Kassovitz plays extremely convincingly.
December 1944. In a prisoner of war camp, a young man becomes the lawyer for a black man accused of murder. Many unknowns and question marks appear.
Leningrad, 1946. A group of German prisoners is sent to a women-led camp. Under the absolute control of the NKVD, relations are established between the two groups, idylls are entrenched and attempts are made to rediscover lost humanity.
The purpose of war is always political, and if we understand politics as a concentrated expression of the economic or, more broadly, as a concentrated expression of social interests, then the political goal will express all the social interests involved in preparing, starting and conducting a war.
The specific means of war is the armed struggle, which has a distinctive character. When a war breaks out, politics pursues its goals, but uses other military means, such as armed struggle.
The subordination of the means to the goal is not easy, it is a complex process, not excluding the possibility that the use of violent means to go beyond the pre-established framework of politics and no longer serve the set political goals.
It was the site of the largest mass-murder the world has seen – yet few know its full horror. This landmark series builds into the most complete history of Auschwitz, the evolution of the camp and the mentality of its perpetrators. With the help of computer graphics, reconstructions and people who were there, including former SS members, the steps taken towards the ‘Final Solution’ are revealed.
The series features the efforts of a Jewish family to survive World War II as well as the horrors of the Nazis on Semitic communities.
In pre-World War II Australia, aristocrat Sarah inherits a cattle farm. When the locals plot to take her land, the heiress allies with an escaped farmer to take her huge herd to a safe place.
America in the 1860s. In a war-torn country, an extraordinary adventure takes place in which three people are involved; three people whose physical and mental survival depends on their connection.
A splendid film, a reference in world cinema, awarded three Oscars, Casablanca tells the story of two former lovers who meet again in Casablanca, in a conjuncture that forces them to put debt first, not feelings.
A detailed look at the world of German submarines hunting underwater ships. Brave, realistic and spiced with black humor, this film is one of the few that compassionately presents Germans during World War II.
In January 1945, an American battalion, with the help of Philippine guerrilla troops, planned a bold, even suicidal mission: to rescue the 500 American soldiers still alive in the Philippine camp.
The Thin Red Line is the story of a group of soldiers from a US Army infantry company fighting in the fierce battle of Guadalcanal in World War II.
A cast of stars with Alan Arkin, Jonathan Winters, Carl Reiner, Eva Marie Saint, Brian Keith, Theodore Bikel. The film is an extraordinary comedy about a Russian submarine that reaches the coast of New England.
The film illustrates an emotional and poignant piece of history that has been kept silent for a long time. He portrays a woman of that time who had the courage to speak for many, who met the same fate.
Nominated as Best Foreign Film at the 1961 Academy Awards, this black and white movie dares us not to forget the horror of the Holocaust. Italian director Gillo Pontecorvo directs this audacious World War II drama about a young Jewish woman (Susan Strasberg) in a Nazi concentration camp who attempts to save herself from death by assuming another's identity and becoming a ruthless warden.
During World War II, on the territory of France, a boarding school looks like a real corner of heaven. Here, a close friendship is established between two children: one, a Frenchman - Julien Quintin, the other, a Jew - Jean Bonnet. The latter is hidden from the Nazis by Catholic priests who run the school.
The tragic story of the 1944 Warsaw uprising against Nazi rule is chronicled with actual film of the epic event. With some shocking new footage unearthed from the vaults, this is an compelling guide to the events that unfolded. A variety of eyewitness accounts are drawn on, haunting depictions of mass graves, and troops storming into the beleaguered country.
The war catches a young student Lyudmila Pavlichenko off-guard in Odessa. She volunteers in the army and is moved to the front line after a brief stint in the sniper school. Her natural marksmanship and ability to keep calm under duress make her a true sharpshooter. Her personal hitlist is over 309 names long. A biographical film about a woman who changed the course of history.
A little boy secretly helps a British pilot get rid of the Nazis, while his father, the mayor of the city, is happy to keep his position in front of the Germans.
Steven Spielberg's new film focuses on the story of a young man named Albert and his stallion, Joey. The connection between them will be broken when Joey is sold to the cavalry and sent into the fire of battle.
In World War II, in the German army-occupied France, the beautiful Lucille Angellier (Michelle Williams) is waiting for news about her husband and her domineering mother-in-law (Kristin Scott Thomas). When a regiment of German soldiers arrives in the city, the villagers are forced to house them. Lucille tries to ignore Bruno (Matthias Schoenaerts), the commander sitting in the next room, but soon her mind and heart will be crushed by a frightening question: against reason, can you have feelings of love for an enemy of your country?
An eight-year-old boy is willing to do whatever it takes to stop World War II and bring his father home. The story reveals the indescribable love of the father for the boy, but also of the boy for his father.
1945. Along with his five-man crew, Wardaddy leads a Sherman tank and enters behind enemy lines for a quasi-suicide mission that should deal the final blow to Nazi Germany's armed forces.
After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Linda, a beautiful secretary in love with her boss, convinces him to send her on a mission to Berlin, although she has no experience in espionage and relies only on the movies she has seen.
The story of a spoiled boy from a good British family in Shanghai. Jim (Christian Bale) is separated from his family during the Japanese invasion of Shanghai and learns how to cope with a mercenary (John Malkovich).
A young man, separated from his family in World War II, disguises himself as an S.S. Nazi and discovers more than just where his family is.
The Longest Day is the story of June 6, 1944, when the Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy. That day marked the beginning of the end of Nazi rule in Europe.
In January 1942, a high-level meeting of Nazi leaders was held in a suburb of Berlin, led by the Head of the Reich Security Office, which resulted in the official adoption of the Holocaust.
34.A zori zdes tikhie... (2015)
The remote province of Karelia - on the Russian-Finland border - harbored an anti-aircraft artillery point during World War II, despite the distance it kept from the front. Vaskov was responsible for the armament and training of 5 young women. Everything went well until a troop of Nazis surrounds them and the group has to stop the enemy in an unequal fight.
1942, Nanjing (Nanking). Following a series of assassination attempts on officials of the Japanese-controlled puppet government, the Japanese spy chief gathers a group of suspects in a mansion house for questioning. A tense game of "cat and mouse" ensues as the Chinese code-breaker attempts to send out a crucial message while protecting his/her own identity.
During World War II, two Marines must protect the Navajo coded language from falling into the hands of the Japanese.
A parking lot attendant with a violent past finds hope in the love of the blind girl that walks into his booth one day.
The life of a mill owner and his family changed with the events of 1938.
In the year 1944, Estonia faces advances from both the Russian Red Army and Nazi forces. Families are torn apart across enemy lines and soldiers are forced to make difficult choices to preserve a small nation caught in the middle of a global war. Estonia's Official Submission for the Academy Awards
The drama, directed by John Daly, starring Martin Lindau, Kennz Doughty and Caroline Carver, is the story of a Jewish industrialist who is forced to give up his business to the Nazis so that his family can leave Germany.
During World War II, Livvy Dale, the daughter of a Colorado priest, becomes pregnant but is abandoned by the child's father. The strict and puritanical father forces her to marry out of convenience. Married to a stranger, Livvy befriends two Japanese sisters in a camp, coming to understand the true nature of trust and love.
France's discriminatory attitude towards the North Africans who fought alongside it in World War II is brought to the big screen in this controversial film. The film focuses its epic thread on the presentation of personalities rather than battles, emphasizing the contribution that these people had, despite the treatment of second-hand soldiers received from the French.
In the late 1930s, around the outbreak of World War II, Jack McGurn, a poor trade unionist who works as a filmmaker in a San Francisco cinema, falls in love with the beautiful Japanese Lily Kawamura. Against Lily's will (and contrary to California law at the time, which prohibited interracial marriages), Jack and Lily marry and have a child. Their marriage is in full swing, until the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor and America enters World War II. Thousands of Americans of Japanese descent - including Lily and her family - are being taken to concentration camps. Jack is recruited into the military, but he is ready to risk everything to see his family again.
The story of Polish pedagogue Janusz Korczak and his dedication to protecting Jewish orphans during the war.
The extraordinary story of Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield) who, in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle of World War II, saved 75 men without a weapon.
At the end of World War II, a group of young soldiers - German prisoners - had to clear the west coast of Denmark of me. They are promised that the survivors will be released at the end of the mission.
A Soviet tank and its warring crew become separated from their patrol and lost in an Afghan valley with a group of vengeance-seeking rebels on their tracks.
The story of Dunkirk captures British and Allied troops surrounded by enemies on the French beach and forced to face an almost impossible assault.
The film tells the story of three Mossad agents who, in 1965, had the mission of capturing a war criminal who was doing sadistic experiments on people. Thirty years later, agents are hired to return to the subject of the mission.
Trapped on the beach with their backs to the sea, British and Allied troops are surrounded by enemy forces facing a fierce battle in World War II.
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An armored vehicle entered the household of Grigoriopol, a town in Transnistria autonomous territorial unit of Moldova.
The accident took place on Gagarin Street, on the grounds that the driver could not turn, due to a technical failure. The press writes that the armored car dates from the times of the Soviet Union.
According to the so-called Ministry of Interior on the left bank of the Dniester, no one suffered as a result of the accident. During the investigation, it was established that the armored vehicle first entered a tree, hit a concrete pillar and then entered the household, demolishing the fence.
The same source writes that the armored vehicle was transporting a cannon from Dubasari to Tiraspol, to a factory. The cannon had defects and needed to be repaired. At the moment, the so-called inspectors establish all the circumstances of the accident.