History of war

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US declares war on Japan, December 8, 1941. Front page of the Chicago Herald American newspaper.

US declares war on Japan, December 8, 1941. Front page of the Chicago Herald American newspaper.

German Albatros D.III formation ready prepare to enter combat, World War I. P.S.: Note the observation baloons at the background and what seems to be a bombed (burning) village on the ground.

German Albatros D.III formation ready prepare to enter combat, World War I. P.S.: Note the observation baloons at the background and what seems to be a bombed (burning) village on the ground.

The very home where Lee was photographed standing on the porch in Richmond, Va. later in life. 707 East Franklin Sreet. It is the home General Lee and his family occupied during the Civil War.

The very home where Lee was photographed standing on the porch in Richmond, Va. later in life. 707 East Franklin Sreet. It is the home General Lee and his family occupied during the Civil War.

WWII control tower at Pearl Harbor, Honolulu by kanjigirl, via Flickr - http://www.flickr.com/photos/kanjigirl/7327464092/in/set-72157630027188568/

WWII control tower at Pearl Harbor, Honolulu by kanjigirl, via Flickr - http://www.flickr.com/photos/kanjigirl/7327464092/in/set-72157630027188568/

Repatriation of German children from Poland in August 1948, one of the series of the flight and expulsion of Germans after World War II.The original caption of the photo says: “These German kids have just arrived with a transport from the Polish territories in a small town in West Germany. Doubt and mistrust are in sight of the girl’s eyes.” Photo courtesy of Das Bundesarchiv via Wikimedia Commons.

Repatriation of German children from Poland in August 1948, one of the series of the flight and expulsion of Germans after World War II.The original caption of the photo says: “These German kids have just arrived with a transport from the Polish territories in a small town in West Germany. Doubt and mistrust are in sight of the girl’s eyes.” Photo courtesy of Das Bundesarchiv via Wikimedia Commons.

WW1. Soldier smashing used tins with a hammer The tins will be returned to Germany for recycling undated probably in 1915/1916

WW1. Soldier smashing used tins with a hammer The tins will be returned to Germany for recycling undated probably in 1915/1916

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