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What does POG stand for?

POG stands for Paths of Glory (board game)

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Influences of grander, more potent efforts, like Paths Of Glory, are obvious as we flash back from the trenches and over the lives of two brothers, played by Jack O'Connell and George MacKay.
Paths of Glory short break from EUR145pp includes entry to La Coupole and In Flanders Fields First World War Museum in Ypres, plus one night's accommodation at four star Chateau Tilques on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis.
Kirk Douglas in First World War film Paths of Glory Channel 4, Wednesday, 1.
The Paths of Glory short break, from 145 euros per person, includes: entry passes to visit La Coupole and the In Flanders FieldsWWl Museum in Ypres and one night's accommodation at 4 star Chateau Tilques on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis.
These are followed by Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory (1957), with Kirk Douglas (March 30, at 1, 4:20 and 7:40, and March 31, at 1 and 4:20), and The Killing (1956), with Sterling Hayden, Elisha Cook Jr.