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Backstage Beauty: Alina German | Eau Talk - The Official FragranceNet.com Blog

Backstage Beauty: Alina German | Eau Talk - The Official FragranceNet.com Blog

Backstage Beauty: Alina German | Eau Talk - The Official FragranceNet.com Blog

Backstage Beauty: Alina German | Eau Talk - The Official FragranceNet.com Blog

Backstage Beauty: Alina German | Eau Talk - The Official FragranceNet.com Blog

Backstage Beauty: Alina German | Eau Talk - The Official FragranceNet.com Blog

Backstage Beauty: Alina German | Eau Talk - The Official FragranceNet.com Blog

Backstage Beauty: Alina German | Eau Talk - The Official FragranceNet.com Blog

Backstage Beauty: Alina German | Eau Talk - The Official FragranceNet.com Blog

Backstage Beauty: Alina German | Eau Talk - The Official FragranceNet.com Blog

Backstage Beauty: Alina German | Eau Talk - The Official FragranceNet.com Blog

The change had its roots in a British loss of confidence after the Second Boer War, and a growing fear that the country was isolated in the face of a potentially aggressive Germany. As early as March 1881, the French statesman Léon Gambetta and the then-Prince of Wales, Albert Edward, met at the Château de Breteuil to discuss an alliance against Germany. The Scramble for Africa prevented the countries from coming to terms, however. On the initiative of Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain…

The change had its roots in a British loss of confidence after the Second Boer War, and a growing fear that the country was isolated in the face of a potentially aggressive Germany. As early as March 1881, the French statesman Léon Gambetta and the then-Prince of Wales, Albert Edward, met at the Château de Breteuil to discuss an alliance against Germany. The Scramble for Africa prevented the countries from coming to terms, however. On the initiative of Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain…

kielbasa and kapusta  --gv note: this looks like a good recipe for kapusta, similar to how I make it, but it cooks w/water for a long time... that's probably the secret!

kielbasa and kapusta --gv note: this looks like a good recipe for kapusta, similar to how I make it, but it cooks w/water for a long time... that's probably the secret!

*Literal meaning: Flavored with rose water. Follow @frenchwordsjournal, our second account, to discover Paris & France through our lens.

*Literal meaning: Flavored with rose water. Follow @frenchwordsjournal, our second account, to discover Paris & France through our lens.

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