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Posts by Flashback Fiona

About Flashback Fiona

I'm a bit of a history buff, with a love of all things retro and vintage. 

Where were you when Neil Armstrong first walked on the moon? Picture: Shutterstock.

Remember when ... man walked on the moon?

 

Where were you on July 20, 1969, when man took his first step on the moon?

US Culture History
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10 months ago
(Nostalgia)
The Beatles.

Remember when ... The Beatles broke up?

 

The world mourned the loss of its favourite pop band.

Celebrities History Music
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11 months ago
(Nostalgia)
People power won out to ensure the collapse of the Berlin Wall.

Flashback: The rise and fall of the Berlin Wall

 

Do you remember this iconic and powerful moment in history? Discuss!

Culture Germany History
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11 months ago
(Nostalgia)
Quote of the day
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Joke of the day
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Message board

Derek, about 1 month ago:
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Groovy!
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Hot cacao latte with salted caramel sauce

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Weekly Poll
Photographic memories
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