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Three people with two spirits Collection of National Media Museum
“A newspaper seller carrying a placard announcing that Britain had declared war on Germany.” c. 1939 (via Imperial War Museums)
Indianapolis War Memorial Shrine Room By Carl VanRooy Photography on Flickr
Woman freedom fighter with rifle at the Carlsberg Breweries. May 1945. National Museum of Denmark via Flickr.
WWII Propaganda Poster by The National WWII Museum, via Flickr
10 cent stamps - War Savings Bonds book popular with children during WW2 - via National WWII Museum
65 years after the war’s end, the u.s. holocaust memorial museum has undertaken a remarkable and poignant task: identify the more than 1,100 children in these photos, and find out what happened to them: rememberme.ushmm....
Short sword and scabbard ca. 6th–7th century A.D. Iran. Sasanian. Silver (scabbard and hilt), iron (blade). H. 1.9 x W. 6.1 x L. 30.2 cm). Metropolitan Museum Nº 1988.102.44
Indo-Persian turban helmet, 15th to 16th century.Philadelphia Museum of Art.
3rd century BC. Gold hairnet. Source: National Archaeological Museum, Athens [www.culture.gr]
Beaker with archer and bull, ca. 10th–9th century B.C. Iron Age II. Western Iran. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
"Navaho squaw (with child)." Department of Anthropology, 1904 World's Fair. ©Missouri History Museum