Second Lieutenant Walter Tull was the first black British Army officer; served in WWI

Second Lieutenant Walter Tull was the first black British Army officer; served in WWI

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Caption: "The first Negro to be commissioned in the Marine Corps has his second lieutenant's bars pinned on by his wife. He is Frederick C. Branch of Charlotte, NC." November 1945.

Caption: "The first Negro to be commissioned in the Marine Corps has his second lieutenant's bars pinned on by his wife. He is Frederick C. Branch of Charlotte, NC." November 1945.

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Second Lieutenant W. H. G. Jessup, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, on the Western Front, 1916 by Stanley Llewelyn Wood.

Second Lieutenant W. H. G. Jessup, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, on the Western Front, 1916 by Stanley Llewelyn Wood.

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Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). 1888 Portrait of Milliet, Second Lieutenant of the Zouaves

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). 1888 Portrait of Milliet, Second Lieutenant of the Zouaves

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Second Lieutenant Lewis B. Puller, 1926  Second Lieutenant Lewis B. Puller, 1926.   From the Lewis B. Puller Collection (COLL/794) at the Marine Corps Archives and Special Collections   OFFICIAL USMC PHOTOGRAPH

Second Lieutenant Lewis B. Puller, 1926 Second Lieutenant Lewis B. Puller, 1926. From the Lewis B. Puller Collection (COLL/794) at the Marine Corps Archives and Special Collections OFFICIAL USMC PHOTOGRAPH

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Second Lieutenant Richard Raymond-Barker (Q 72832)   Second Lieutenant Richard Raymond-Barker MC. Unit: Northumberland Fusiliers, attached to No. 3 Squadron, Royal Air Force. Death: 20 April 1918 Western Front.

Second Lieutenant Richard Raymond-Barker (Q 72832) Second Lieutenant Richard Raymond-Barker MC. Unit: Northumberland Fusiliers, attached to No. 3 Squadron, Royal Air Force. Death: 20 April 1918 Western Front.

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Finnish infantry Second lieutenant enjoys his pipe tobacco flavor . Constant fighting took soldiers nerves on they limit and tobacco gave a little relax for the soldiers nerves. Thats why it was important to deliver tobacco for the soldiers on the frontlines.

Finnish infantry Second lieutenant enjoys his pipe tobacco flavor . Constant fighting took soldiers nerves on they limit and tobacco gave a little relax for the soldiers nerves. Thats why it was important to deliver tobacco for the soldiers on the frontlines.

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Second Lieutenant Reginald Harold Brown—SOE Singapore —killed on the 26th June, 1944, Aged 26.

Second Lieutenant Reginald Harold Brown—SOE Singapore —killed on the 26th June, 1944, Aged 26.

Friend against friend - Second Lieutenant George A. Custer had his photo taken with ex-classmate, friend, and captured Confederate prisoner, Lt. J.B. Washington, an aide to General Johnston, at Fair Oaks, Virginia, 1862

Friend against friend - Second Lieutenant George A. Custer had his photo taken with ex-classmate, friend, and captured Confederate prisoner, Lt. J.B. Washington, an aide to General Johnston, at Fair Oaks, Virginia, 1862

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