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    • 1. the killing or wounding of people, typically on a large scale during a conflict: "only serious compromises can prevent more bloodshed and violence"
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  3. 11 hours ago · You can get a taste of that history from the title of a new book by Austin-based distiller Andrew Braunberg: Fires, Floods, Explosions and Bloodshed: A History of Texas Whiskey. Braunberg told Texas Standard that Texans began producing spirits long before a commercial distilling industry existed.

  4. May 29, 2023 · Bakhmut is a fifth the size of Stalingrad. It had a population of 71,000 in 2021; Stalingrad had over 400,000 inhabitants in 1942. In terms of casualties the numbers in Bakhmut, whilst horrific by ...

  5. 29 May 2023 • 6:00am Last year, not long after the Russian invasion, Ukrainian soldiers were hastily digging trenches along an old frontline from the Second World War. A physical scar on the landscape which soon turned into an open wound, their shovels uncovering remains of German soldiers killed fighting in the same spot some 80 years before.

  6. May 29, 2023 · So much death, loss, and bloodshed, all for such marginal gains. Just as in the time of our grandfathers. ‘Never again’, indeed. Francis Dearnley is a presenter of The Telegraph's daily Ukraine: The Latest podcast. Lead image credit: Getty Images, Reuters

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