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April 29th, 1945: The Liberation of Dachau. [Never forget!]

Gettysburg, PA: "Life-size sculpture honoring Elizabeth Thorn, who was six months pregnant when she dug graves and buried 102 bodies after the battle. Most of her belongings were also destroyed during the battle, since her home, like all available structures, was used to house wounded soldiers. "Her baby girl was born in the fall, small and weak. Elizabeth said she never regained her full health after the battle of Gettysburg and its aftermath."

An Italian woman inspects the kilts of Scottish Pipe Major's. Colosseum, Rome. 1944. LOL! Husband's ancestry VS My ancestry!

A diagram labeled in French, showing what the position of a "mouche" or beauty mark signified in the 18th century.

Times Square, 1965

example of what a homosexual's internment badge looked like

This is a poster available from the Imperial War Museum. It was produced in Great Britain in 1916. I'm not sure the people at Downton Abbey were with the slogan. What do you think?