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It was the worst of times...

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Soon after liberation, surviving children of the Auschwitz camp walk out of the children's barracks. Poland, after January 27, 1945. — US Holocaust Memorial Museum

The Aftermath of the Holocaust — Photograph

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Greenbrier Bunker under the Greenbrier Hotel was built to house the US Congress in the event of a nuclear war.

Amir Massoud Tofangsazan: The blog continues: 10am GEEK BITS

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Some Nurses belonging to the 60th General Hospital are waiting for chow ~

Going through an opening in the wall in Berlin

Première évasion et première victime sur le mur de Berlin

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Waiting For Kindness --- We almost live in urban with several technology ,but you ever know that .... Many & many peoples waiting for help from us. Ours easy happiness can make happiness to them. At last i would like to tell you that when we suffer from any problem ,that time many peoples are more suffer than you. :::: Waiting For Kindness by Suradej Chuephanich ::::

SMALLPOX NY CITY EPIDEMIC, 1881 Victims of the smallpox epidemic in 1881. More people died from smallpox than any other disease in history.

February 3, 1959. Ritchie Valens lies in the foreground, Buddy Holly is next and J.P. "Big Bopper" Richardson's body was thrown over the fence.

British children huddled in a makeshift bomb shelter experience a range of emotions as they endure an attack by Hitlers Air Force.

Child labor in US, 1800s

Original photograph of a Teepee in the snow. The photo was taken in 1908.

Abraham Lincoln

30's Great Depresion "People could not afford to buy what workers were producing."

U.S. Attacked

For the one's who will never feel their homeland below their feet again... We salute you.

Princess Diana

This photo, one of the most widely distributed after the war, shows a German soldier shooting a Ukrainian Jew during a mass execution in Vinnytsia, Ukraine, sometime between 1941 and 1943. This image is titled The last Jew in Vinnitsa, the text that was written on the back of the photograph, which was found in a photo album belonging to a German soldier. The German is no more than 20 years old. The youth in the black uniform in the background is no more than 16.

God bless our hero's

May we Not forget..there is a price for freedom... Can't look at this photo with out tears.

Vietnam

Ground Zero

Russian POWs herded and transported like cattle on a train to a labour camp in Germany. More than three million Russian POWs died in German captivity.

“Before I went into the military I knew everyone, and everyone knew me.. Before I left everyone I knew, and everyone I didn’t know said I was too handsome, too young. I wasn’t going to let that stop me.. I joined for my family.. for my friends..for the people I know.. and for the people I don’t.. Now, no one wants to see me.. no one wants to look at me.. and no one wants to know me..”

Mourning a loss.

Crowd gathering at the intersection of Wall Street and Broad Street after the 1929 crash.

Crowds outside the Bank of United States in New York after its failure in 1931.