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2004 - Harry and Max _ 2421

2004 - Harry and Max _ 2421

Fag Day – Bert Thomas – Reino Unido, (WWI, 1ª GM) (1917)

Fag Day – Bert Thomas – Reino Unido, (WWI, 1ª GM) (1917)

So sexy. Gone wayyyyy too soon!

So sexy. Gone wayyyyy too soon!

Picture of John Schneider in The Dukes of Hazzard

Picture of John Schneider in The Dukes of Hazzard

Velvet Goldmine | Essential Film Festivals, Fire!! Mostra Internacional de Cinema Gai i Lesbia http://gay-themed-films.com/film-festivals-fire-barcelona/

Velvet Goldmine | Essential Film Festivals, Fire!! Mostra Internacional de Cinema Gai i Lesbia http://gay-themed-films.com/film-festivals-fire-barcelona/

#Barcelona | Fire! Highlights  Les Rencontres d’après minuit, the film début from Yann González  http://gay-themed-films.com/film-festivals-fire-barcelona/

#Barcelona | Fire! Highlights Les Rencontres d’après minuit, the film début from Yann González http://gay-themed-films.com/film-festivals-fire-barcelona/

My Prairie Home | Essential Film Festivals, Fire!! Mostra Internacional de Cinema Gai i Lesbia http://gay-themed-films.com/film-festivals-fire-barcelona/

My Prairie Home | Essential Film Festivals, Fire!! Mostra Internacional de Cinema Gai i Lesbia http://gay-themed-films.com/film-festivals-fire-barcelona/

Public's best kept secret nr.1

Public's best kept secret nr.1

U.S.A.

U.S.A.

Royal Air Force ( RAF)  recruiting poster, 1918. As the importance of air power increased and the air services of all the major combatants expanded, a total of over 800 New Zealanders seized opportunities to explore the new, exciting and dangerous frontier of wartime aviation.  New Zealand had no military air service of its own, so most would-be aviators had to join the British Royal Flying Corps ( RFC) or  maritime counterpart, the Royal Naval Air Service.| NZHistory, New Zealand history…

Royal Air Force ( RAF) recruiting poster, 1918. As the importance of air power increased and the air services of all the major combatants expanded, a total of over 800 New Zealanders seized opportunities to explore the new, exciting and dangerous frontier of wartime aviation. New Zealand had no military air service of its own, so most would-be aviators had to join the British Royal Flying Corps ( RFC) or maritime counterpart, the Royal Naval Air Service.| NZHistory, New Zealand history…

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