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Star Wars Lightsaber Salt and Pepper Grinders: Imperial Seasoning

Season your meals with the light side or the dark side with these cool grinders. These lightsaber salt and pepper grinders are the latest kitchen accessory in your already oversaturated Star Wars themed kitchen. The blue…

1960 Mercedes Benz 190SL barnfind for saale with H&H Classics

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

This wonderful time-warp 1960 Mercedes Benz 190SL found in an old garage in Solihull is coming to auction with NO RESERVE with H&H Classics at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, Cambridgeshire on July 26th. It is estimated to sell for up to £50,000 as a restoration project. Show More Summary

Imperial War Museum North presents largest UK retrospective of Wyndham Lewis

4 days agoArts : Artdaily

From 23 June 2017 until 1 January 2018, IWM North will present Wyndham Lewis: Life, Art, War, the largest UK retrospective of the artist?s work to date. Marking one hundred years since Lewis (18 November 1882 - 7 March 1957) was first...Show More Summary

The Star Of Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Saw Both Death Stars Explode

Iden Versio, the star of EA's upcoming game Star Wars Battlefront 2, has had it rough. From the game trailer, we know the Imperial super soldier was on Endor when the Rebel Alliance blew up the second Death Star. And now, from the accompanying book, we know she saw the first Death Star blow up too. More »      

Visceral's Star Wars game could star an Imperial draft dodger who works for Jabba

How would you feel about a Star Wars game set within the span of the original trilogy that isn't Shadows of the Empire? According to a rumor shared by reliable fansite MakingStarWars

The wonder of imperial feminism

Or how Wonder Woman has turned from a hero to a war crimes supporter.

1961 Lotus Elite Series Two -Ex-Gilby Engineering & raced by Keith Greene for sale with H&H Classics

last weekArts : Artdaily

This lovely example of a racing Lotus Elite registration no. OO 6340, supplied new to Gilby Engineering and raced by Keith Greene will be sold by H&H Classics at Duxford Imperial War Museum on July 26 for an estimated £75,000 to £90,000. Show More Summary

Star Wars Millennium Falcon Micro Mini Dome Crossbody Purse

The Star Wars Millennium Falcon Micro Mini Dome Crossbody Purse looks just like Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon. It will hold your cargo and not drop it at the first sign of Imperials too. Best ship in the galaxy. This faux leather crossbody bag has embossed, [...]

Star Wars Battlefront II: will the sequel have the force the original lacked?

The multiplayer-only original disappointed many players. With a new story faithful to the Star Wars canon, can EA make amends this time around? Standing on the bridge of a Star Destroyer, Imperial squad commander Iden Versio does her best not to look too visibly shaken. Show More Summary

We Played Star Wars Battlefront 2's Campaign, and It's Awesome

2 weeks agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

Star Wars Battlefront 2's campaign mode offers a healthy amount of gameplay variety and lets you control a deadly Imperial droid.

War Does Not Just End’: The Survivors of World War II Sex Slavery Demanding to Be Heard

2 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

Tiffany Hsiung’s documentary ‘The Apology,’ about three women forced into sex slavery by the Imperial Japanese Army, does more than just expose horrors of war—it also heals.

Painted Cows, Pink Planes and Inflatable Tanks: Strange and Unexpected Photos Show How Britain's Ingenious Tricks Fooled the Nazis

A war as extensive and long-lasting as World War II produces an incalculable number of artifacts. And museums as big and well-stocked as the Imperial War Museums have plenty of the ones you’d expect to find: tanks, jets, helmets, guns, and the like. Show More Summary

Star Wars Imperial Ceramic Teapot: The Empire Steeps Black (Tea)

They don’t show it in the movies, but the Galactic Empire, like the British Empire, actually loves tea. It is a little known fact that during the battle of Hoth, Stormtroopers were having a tea party…

Star Wars Black Empire Ceramic Teapot

This Star Wars Black Empire Ceramic Teapot would be Darth Vader’s teapot of choice if he invited Palpatine over for tea. It is ceramic and has TIE fighters and a large Imperial logo. It is officially-licensed Star Wars merchandise for the geek who loves tea. [...]

The Irony of June 4th…

It was called the date that shall live in infamy: December 7, 1941. It was a day when war came to the United States, when the naval forces of Imperial Japan attacked the U.S. Pacific Fleet on a Sunday morning at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. Early on there were setbacks for the United States in […]

Star Wars Galactic Empire Choker

This Star Wars Galactic Empire Choker is a great piece if Star Wars jewelry for anyone who identifies with the evil empire. It features the Imperial logo on a velvet ribbon choker. It also comes in a Star Wars box making it great for gifting. [...]

Pink planes and painted cows: The weird side of World War II

These images are drawn from Weird War Two, a new book from the Imperial War Museums that explores the stranger side of the Second World War. Read more...

Even World War II Had Its Weird Side

In the vast archive of photos held at Britain's Imperial War Museums (IWM)—some 11 million images—there are some that defy all expectations of what life was like during wartime. One of the Royal Navy's mascots, Venus the bulldog, hangs out a porthole and wears a jauntily-angled hat. Show More Summary

Lost Bomber of World War II Rediscovered

About 75 years ago, the North American B-25 Mitchell bomber became famous as the twin-engined plane that helped the United States launch the first retaliatory attack on the Imperial Japanese homeland during World War II. The medium bombers...Show More Summary

Old Vic, Nearby Pubs Evacuated Due To Terror Threat

4 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Tensions remain high after the bombing of a pop concert in Manchester. "On social media, theatregoers said they and the cast had been moved to the nearby Imperial War Museum gardens." The police later said the incident was "not suspicious" but didn't elaborate.

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