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  1. #1 by svjatoy on 26.02.2012 - 08:58

    А значёк на шапке у него российских цветов. 😉

  2. #2 by svjatoy on 26.02.2012 - 08:58

    А значёк на шапке у него российских цветов. 😉

  3. #3 by svjatoy on 26.02.2012 - 08:58

    А значёк на шапке у него российских цветов. 😉

  4. #4 by Анонимно on 26.02.2012 - 13:02

    Яцек Комуда?

  5. #5 by Анонимно on 26.02.2012 - 13:02

    Яцек Комуда?

  6. #6 by Анонимно on 26.02.2012 - 13:02

    Яцек Комуда?

  7. #7 by ziga76 on 26.02.2012 - 15:48

    герои РОА?

  8. #8 by ziga76 on 26.02.2012 - 15:48

    герои РОА?

  9. #9 by ziga76 on 26.02.2012 - 15:48

    герои РОА?

  10. #10 by oborzewatel on 26.02.2012 - 21:41

    немного не в тему, но вот с удивлением прочитал что «Between 1651 and 1661 part of Gambia was (indirectly) a colony of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; it was purchased by the Courlandish duke Jakub Kettler. At that time Courland, in modern-day Latvia, was a fiefdom of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The Courlanders settled on James Island, which they called St. Andrews Island and used as a trade base from 1651 until its capture by the English in 1661.» http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Gambia

    вспомнился пост про колониальную лигу.

  11. #11 by oborzewatel on 26.02.2012 - 21:41

    немного не в тему, но вот с удивлением прочитал что «Between 1651 and 1661 part of Gambia was (indirectly) a colony of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; it was purchased by the Courlandish duke Jakub Kettler. At that time Courland, in modern-day Latvia, was a fiefdom of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The Courlanders settled on James Island, which they called St. Andrews Island and used as a trade base from 1651 until its capture by the English in 1661.» http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Gambia

    вспомнился пост про колониальную лигу.

  12. #12 by oborzewatel on 26.02.2012 - 21:41

    немного не в тему, но вот с удивлением прочитал что «Between 1651 and 1661 part of Gambia was (indirectly) a colony of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; it was purchased by the Courlandish duke Jakub Kettler. At that time Courland, in modern-day Latvia, was a fiefdom of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The Courlanders settled on James Island, which they called St. Andrews Island and used as a trade base from 1651 until its capture by the English in 1661.» http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Gambia

    вспомнился пост про колониальную лигу.

Это не обсуждается.