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"Looks like the ol' blitzkrieg," tweeted Andrew Summers, 17, during the Germany-Brazil match. Summers, whose great-grandfather received the purple heart after being wounded on D-Day in 1944 by a German sniper, was referencing the German blitzkrieg, or "lightning war," which was used against European civilian centers in World War II, and brought almost all of Western Europe under Nazi control.
"Looks like the ol' blitzkrieg," tweeted Andrew Summers, 17, during the Germany-Brazil match. Summers, whose great-grandfather received the purple heart after being wounded on D-Day in 1944 by a German sniper, was referencing the German blitzkrieg, or "lightning war," which was used against European civilian centers in World War II, and brought almost all of Western Europe under Nazi control.
With June behind us, thousands of reticent members of the LGBTQ community look back on a month of celebration marked by discretion and an unobtrusive sense of personal fulfillment.
Qatari football officials, or at least the five not yet banned for life from football administration on corruption charges, have travelled to Brazil to offer some of the star players from this year's less successful teams the wonderful opportunity to be citizens of the State of Qatar.

Harvard

As part of a broader effort to “make the Q a more accurate, sophisticated, and helpful mechanism for learning about and choosing courses,” Dean Jay Harris today announced that course titles would no longer be included in the Q Guide.

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U.S.

Despite having little understanding of the rules and feeling uncomfortable with the lack of commercial breaks, millions of people throughout the United States now genuinely believe they give a fuck about soccer.

World

"Looks like the ol' blitzkrieg," tweeted Andrew Summers, 17, during the Germany-Brazil match. Summers, whose great-grandfather received the purple heart after being wounded on D-Day in 1944 by a German sniper, was referencing the German blitzkrieg, or "lightning war," which was used against European civilian centers in World War II, and brought almost all of Western Europe under Nazi control.

Opinion

Scorsese’s latest masterpiece, The Wall on DeWolfe Street, is groundbreaking in both its minimalist style and audience-centered locus of control.

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With June behind us, thousands of reticent members of the LGBTQ community look back on a month of celebration marked by discretion and an unobtrusive sense of personal fulfillment.