Life In The Slums – Industrial Revolution To Progressive Era

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Joseph Semah: Breathing In Reverse

Joseph Semah, Paul Groot and Mohammed Sabet simultaneously reading Baruch de Spinoza “Tractatus theologico-politicus” in the Hebrew, Latin and Arabic languages: 23 Feb. 2008 Amsterdam (Galerie Ferdinand van Dieten – d’Eendt).

More at www.josephsemah.nl

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ScienceNET ~ Albert Einstein Documentary

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Where Are The World’s Worst Slums?


According to the UN, almost a billion people live in slums, with numbers set to rise in the future. So where are the world’s largest slums?

 

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British Pathé ~ Housing Problems (1973)


Location unknown – probably a Northern town in England.

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British Pathé ~ Housing Problems (1950-1959)


This is Pinewood Stock Cans material.

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