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Comme il faisait une chaleur de 33 degrés...

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Marshal Here We Come
...Maréchal avait le bourdon*

http://cjoint.com/13au/CHenLDnGQuU_dscn0856.jpg


*D'après G. Flaubert.


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"Les ruptures, les retrouvailles: Les fluctuations de la fesse."

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LeLapin
Le Sun, 4 Aug 2013 13:42:53 +0200
"Marshal Here We Come" a écrit :

...Maréchal avait le bourdon*

http://cjoint.com/13au/CHenLDnGQuU_dscn0856.jpg


*D'après G. Flaubert.


--

"Les ruptures, les retrouvailles: Les fluctuations de la fesse."




Damned ! Des boissons alliées ! Marché noir ?
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Marcel Pitou, évadé de son HLM.
"LeLapin" a écrit dans le message de
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Le Sun, 4 Aug 2013 13:42:53 +0200



Damned ! Des boissons alliées ! Marché noir ?



La guerre, c'est une chose, le biz'ness une autre, les deux ne sont pas
antinomiques, bien au contraire.

http://cjoint.com/13au/CHhmZzBFvS5_nazi_coca..jpg


"Coca Cola (GmbH) were the German bottlers for Coke under the leadership of
the CEO Max. Coke sponsored the 1936 Nazi Olympics where Hitler showcased
his Aryan vision to the world, while hiding the "Don't shop at Jewish shops"
posters.

Coca Cola GmbH sought to be associated with the Nazis, it became a bit of a
joke that if Hitler or a high ranking Nazi was on the front cover of a
magazine Coke would advertise on the back. Coke advertised on billboards
that were by the Berlin stadiums, so people attending Göbbel's rallies had
to walk past them.

Coke financially supported the Nazis by advertising within Nazi newspapers,
in one instance Coke published responses to accusations from rival bottlers
that they were a Jewish company. These denunciations were placed in Nazi
rags.

Coke advertised in the Nazi Army paper shortly after the invasion of
Sudetenland, the ad was a picture of a hand holding a bottle of coke over a
map of the world; the slogan was "Yes we have got an international
reputation."



At the Reich "Schaffendes Volk" ("Working People") Exhibition celebrating
the German worker under Hitler, there was a functioning bottling plant,
with a miniature train carting Kinder beneath, bottled Coca-Cola at the very
centre of the fair, adjacent to the Propaganda Office.


Touring the Düsseldorf fair, Hermann Göring paused for a Coke, and an alert
Company photographer snapped a picture. Though no such picture documented
the Führer's tastes, Hitler reputedly enjoyed Coca Cola too, sipping the
Atlanta drink as he watched Gone With The Wind in his private theatre."