A Golden Star and like for this one plus the privilege of being the first to comment ~ I think that you have captured this noble building very well ~ best wishes ~ nick
Thank you NICK for wishes and realy baffling appreciation, your comment means very much to me.Thanks for the star and Like.
best wishes to you.
Feika. Wonderful and very interesting historical photo. LIKE 2.
Muy bien por esta bella toma Feika, enhorabuena, L
Un gran saludo desde Costa Rica, Melsen Felipe
His picture of Blenheim Palace is a beautiful tribute to Sir Winston Churchill the man alone, with blood, sweat and tears created the conditions to save Europe from Nazi fury. A beautiful photo that has a Like 4. Greetings from Brasilia, Brazil, Rubens Craveiro
Beautiful shot!!! I like it! Greetings from Dubai! Mateus.
Ik zie inderdaad dat je het beter doet dan ik en ik zie óók dat je foto's wel bewerkt zijn!! Prima!!!
Ik geniet van je Galery!!!!
De beste wensen Jeanette
What more beautiful picture. A beauty. like7
I think we actually owe our thanks to Stalin and more than 20 million russians who gave their lives, the relevance of an american mother escapes me completely. In the words of Churchill himself "the russians ripped the guts out of the german army"
Blenheim palace serves to remind me that our democracy is a sham and the same small bunch of wealthy, ruthlessly greedy families have been playing at politics in westminster for centuries
Stalin was actually very busy moving armaments factories behind the Urals, out of reach of the invaders he knew were coming. Stalin had many reasons not to trust Churchill or anyone else in the west as Britain, France and the USA had bankrolled hitlers nazis since long before they were elected and consistently supported them right up until they had no choice but war. Stalin knew the west was using Germany for a anti-communist crusade and it was no secret that Hitler intended to invade Russia, he wrote about it in his book 'mein kampf' The facts dont make a nice story about goodies and baddies but they are no less true for that.
That's really a good document. Thanks for sharing (I visited the place as a very young student in 1964)...
Greetings from France, Bernard
Best wishes from Chernivtsi in Ukraine, Edward
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Photo taken in Blenheim, Oxfordshire, UK
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