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Streamlined rustic

Streamlined rustic

*Changes everything*

*Changes everything*

My Chubby Wife and Me : Photo

My Chubby Wife and Me : Photo

My Chubby Wife and Me : Photo

My Chubby Wife and Me : Photo

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American elm single slab multi fold coffee table #UrbanHardwoods #SalvagedWood

American elm single slab multi fold coffee table #UrbanHardwoods #SalvagedWood

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Dans des habitations de plus en plus petites où l'on cherche à optimiser le moindre espace, les différents éléments d'un escalier - qu'il s'agisse des marches, des paliers, du garde-corps ou des espaces sous ou au-dessus de l'escalier - peuvent être amenés à remplir d'autres fonctions que celle qui leur est initialement dévolue. C'est d'ailleurs de plus en plus souvent le cas.

Dans des habitations de plus en plus petites où l'on cherche à optimiser le moindre espace, les différents éléments d'un escalier - qu'il s'agisse des marches, des paliers, du garde-corps ou des espaces sous ou au-dessus de l'escalier - peuvent être amenés à remplir d'autres fonctions que celle qui leur est initialement dévolue. C'est d'ailleurs de plus en plus souvent le cas.

Old warriors at rest. This is incredible to me, the juxtapose is beautiful.

Old warriors at rest. This is incredible to me, the juxtapose is beautiful.

This is Elfriede Rinkel. In her twenties she was a guard at Ravensbrück. At the tail end of the Second World War, from June 1944 to April 1945, she was an acting handler of the viciously trained SS guard dogs. In 1959 Rinkel left for the United States where she was admitted as an immigrant. In the 1960s she met a German Jew, Fred William Rinkel and they married in 1962. Her husband had fled Nazi Germany and escaped the Holocaust but died never knowing of his wife’s past.

This is Elfriede Rinkel. In her twenties she was a guard at Ravensbrück. At the tail end of the Second World War, from June 1944 to April 1945, she was an acting handler of the viciously trained SS guard dogs. In 1959 Rinkel left for the United States where she was admitted as an immigrant. In the 1960s she met a German Jew, Fred William Rinkel and they married in 1962. Her husband had fled Nazi Germany and escaped the Holocaust but died never knowing of his wife’s past.