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  • The danger in checking MLQ3′s timeline and readings of the Great Book Blockade is that inevitably I stumble across items of news and/or opinion that simply call for a response – or more appropriately, taking a page from the SNL: Weekly Update playbook, a simple question.

    May « 2009 « BAHAY TALINHAGA

  • "A old piece of reconstruction, Blockade is a testament to the power of archival footage," writes Ed Gonzalez.

    GreenCine Daily: Shorts, 3/5.

  • Blockade is a found footage portrait of Leningrad during the 900-day siege in WWII that saw the death of over half a million citizens, mostly from starvation.

    GreenCine Daily: Weekend viewing in San Francisco.

  • Sir Winston Churchill called attention to it at the time of his speech at Fulton, but very few took his statement seriously, and it wasn't until the coup placing Czechoslovakia behind the iron curtain, and the Berlin Blockade, that the Western World began to realize there was truth in the words spoken by Sir Winston.

    Impact of Strategy on Recent Developments

  • Sure, the Great Book Blockade is over, but the price of peace (or duty-free books in this case) is eternal vigilance – let’s not forget that even before the GBB, there were already people being taxed when they sought to bring books from abroad into the country.

    GBB Aftermath: Receipts, Evidence and Testimony Wanted « BAHAY TALINHAGA

  • Stalin, with his immense prestige, could pull out of a situation like the Berlin Blockade.

    After Stalin—What?

  • We now pass on to the subject of Blockade, which is the next exception to the general freedom of neutral commerce in time of war.

    The Laws Of War, Affecting Commerce And Shipping

  • "Blockade," says our Italian, "is the fundamental basis of the conflict for the dominion of the seas, when the contest cannot be brought to an immediate issue;" that is, to immediate battle.

    Lessons of the war with Spain and other articles

  • As Kevin Appleby director of the Office for Immigration Policies of the US Catholic Conference of Bishops, USCCB, told Fides, already in September 1993 "The government service for immigration, INS, Immigration and Naturalization Service, launched what was termed operation 'Blockade' to armour the US-Mexico border".

    Spero News

  • THE LAWSON: The Progie Award for BEST ANTI-FASCIST FILM this year, is named after screenwriter John Howard Lawson, one of the Hollywood Ten, who wrote Hollywood's first feature about the Spanish Civil War, 1938's "Blockade," with Henry Fonda, and anti-Nazi movies such as 1943's "Sahara," starring Humphrey Bogart.

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