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This mass grave of murdered Jews was the handiwork of an Einsatzgruppen der Sicherheitspolizei, a group of SS whose sole purpose was the extermination of Jews and other "undesirables". Overseen by Reinhardt Heydrich, the four Einsatzgruppen were comprised of units of Einsatzkommandos which traveled with the Wermacht in order to "purify" newly conquered territories. Each group contained 500 to 800 men. It is estimated that they were responsible for over one million deaths.
Der Sicherheitspolizei, Sole Purpose, Murder Jewely, Death, 800 Men, Mass Graves, Holocaust, Forget Einsatzgruppen Murder, Wars Ii
Pit of holocaust victims
Mrs. Abraham Lincoln
Mary Todd Lincoln, Civil Wars, Lincoln Favorite, Abraham Lincoln, American History, Beautiful Women, Latest Fashion, National Museums, Mary Lincoln
Mary Lincoln loved to wear the latest fashions. This was her favorite in a series of pictures Matthew Brady took of her in this dress.
The Object of History | Behind the Scenes with the Curators of the National Museum of American History
Mrs. Abraham Lincoln aka: Mary Todd Lincoln
Girls Night wreath
Girly Wreaths, Years Wreaths, Diy Wreaths, Parties Wreaths, Mesh Wreaths, Wreaths Lov, Night Wreaths
Girls Night Mesh Wreath by AdoorableWreaths on Etsy, $60.00
New Year's Wreath
love conquers all
Prince Harry, Princesses Diana, Prince Williams, Lady Di, Princessdiana, Baby Boys, Princess Diana, Little Boys, Role Models
There is nothing like the love of a mother and her baby boy! Princess Diana was the best role model for all mothers!
Lady Di holding Prince Harry
Princess Diana I am still looking for a usable source, but it is widely known that Princess Diana put up a big fight and stood her ground to end the royal tradition of circumcision and dept her sons Prince William and Prince Harry.
Diana & William I can't wait for my little boy to get here
Ball Gowns, House Of Worth, Vintage Fashion, Dresses, 1900, Pink, French Design, Jeans Philippe Worth, Metropolitan Museums
House of Worth, 1900 vintage fashion
Jean-Philippe Worth (House of Worth) ball gown from 1900 #victorian #pink #gown
Ball Gown Jean Philippe Worth, 1900 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dress (Ball Gown) House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth (French, 1856–1926) Date: 1900 Culture: French Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of the estate of Mrs. Arthur F. Schermerhorn, 1957