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The Monfort Farm. Confederate Field Hospital. Over 1,300 Confederates were brought here, making it one of the largest Confederate Hospitals, with soldiers occupying the house, barn and considerable space around the farm.

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From the film, "Saving Private Ryan". Occupied France, WWII, just after D-day. An American soldier carrying a French girl.

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Clover Bottom Mansion

Clover Bottom Plantation, Donelson, Tennessee, Built in the Italianite style in 1858 for Dr James Hoggatt & his family. Clover Bottom was 1of3 plantations owned or co-owned by Dr. Hoggatt in both Rutherford County and the state of TN. During the Civil War after Nashville fell, Federal soldiers quite often encamped on Clover Bottom's grounds. In July 1862, Nathan Bedford Forrest arranged for his cavalry to camp on Hoggatt’s property, just a few miles outside of Federal occupied Nashville.

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1938 Girl Pins Flower to German Soldiers Uniform in Olbersdorf Orig Press Photo

1938- Local girl pins flower to German soldiers uniform in Olbersdorf as Nazi forces occupy Sudetenland.

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Trenches occupied by French soldiers at Verdun, Cote 304, 1917 (b/w photo)

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Female soldier of the Polish resistance "Home Army" (Armia Krajowa) 2WW The Armia Krajowa, or Home Army, was the dominant Polish resistance movement in World War II German-occupied Poland. The AK's primary resistance operations were the sabotage of German activities, including transports headed for the Eastern Front in the Soviet Union. The AK also fought several full-scale battles against the Germans, particularly in 1943 and 1944

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Historical fiction book about the German occupation during World War II of the small island of Guernsey off the northern coast of France. One of those books that I hated to finish reading because I enjoyed it so much.

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The house in which Lincoln died, at 453 (now 516) 10th Street, NW, was built by William Petersen, a tailor of Swedish descent, in 1849. It is a three-story building, with the basement only slightly below the street level. Since the house had more rooms than the family required, he rented his extra rooms to lodgers.The bedroom to which Lincoln was taken was occupied by William T. Clark,

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East front of Arlington House (General Lee's home), with Union soldiers on the lawn, June 28, 1864

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