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www.roublerust.com Max Schreck in FW Murnau’s 1922 masterpiece Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens, one of the most influental chapters in the German expressionist movement, the film that started the horror genre in cinema. Traditional painting, 18×24 cm Acrylics & watercolours on canvas board. Completed: 27 October 2009 © Copyright ROUBLE RUST / Spyridoula Bleta
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The 69th Infantry Division, nicknamed the "fighting 69th," was a Division of the United States Army formed during World War II. It is distinct from the 69th Infantry Regiment (New York)(the "Fighting 69th"). The shoulder sleeve insignia of the division was designed by its then commander Maj. Gen. Charles L. Bolte with the red, white and blue being the colours of the United States forming a "6" and a "9".