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Major John Andre’s mysterious white braid

Major John Andre’s mysterious white braid to a historian


Diana arrives back at Kensington Palace on 9 December 1992. Prime Minister John Major had earlier announced in the House of Commons that the Princess and Prince Charles were separating, but had no plans to divorce.


Royal Jubilees: Parties Fit for a Queen!

POWER ELITE After suffering the death of a second close family member – her beloved mum, the Queen Mother Queen Elizabeth, on March 30, 2002 – the queen stepped out for a historic dinner with then-Prime Minister Tony Blair and past British Prime Ministers John Major, Margaret Thatcher, Sir Edward Heath and the Lord Callaghan of Cardiff in London on April 20.


TURN Season 1 Cast Photos - JJ Field (John Andre) Photo by Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC


Diana at the Pavarotti concert in the rain in Hyde Park July 1991 / She sits alongside John Major


30 Nov 1985, Japan --- Princess Diana and her husband Prince Charles in Japan in 1986. The concept of a perfect dream marriage had already disappeared when rumours about the difficult married life came to public attention. Their separation was announced by the prime minister John Major in parliament on the 9th of December in 1992. --- Image by © Shelley/dpa/Corbis


John D. Rockefeller(1839 - 1937) raised himself up to become the richest man in the history of the world. At one point, he possessed the equivalent of $1 trillion dollars today's money -- and there were no income taxes then. He started as a bookkeeper, went into groceries and eventually bought refineries & oil wells, which became Standard Oil. For awhile he owned almost all the oil fields & facilities in America. He spent the last 40 years of his life supporting charities and good causes.


John F. Kennedy's Assassination and the Conspiracy Industry

John F. Kennedy's Assassination and the Conspiracy Industry Fifty years later, doubts endure. Here's why the case will never be closed By David Von Drehle Monday, Nov. 25, 2013

from Mail Online

'You can't take a bad picture of the guy': Legendary photojournalist Art Shay's retrospective of classic American icons, including his favorite John F. Kennedy

This photo shows John F. Kennedy, U.S. president from 1961-1963, and a Native American Chief. March 5, 1963 President John F. Kennedy welcomed the National Congress of American Indians to the White House. This shows the relationship of these two cultures.


#MJB I always have been fascinated with John Jr He would have been our 2 Term President had he still been alive. I have no doubt. Although I had a major crush since my teen years, late 70s, I also respected him because I did for his great Father, absolutely my favorite First Lady, his mother. I actually feel strange pinning him in underwear that leave nothing to the imagination. ♡Love it's Love♡ always