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[Picture] Making History: The Shot Before The Beatles “Abbey Road” Iconic Cover

Operation Cornflakes was a World War II Office of Strategic Services PSYOP mission in 1944 and 1945 which involved tricking the German postal service Deutsche Reichspost into inadvertently delivering anti-Nazi propaganda to German citizens through mail.

“Deaths Head” Hitler Postage Stamp “Operation Cornflakes was a mission to trick the German postal service into inadvertently delivering anti-Nazi propaganda to German citizens.

Louis Van "Bud" Abernathy (December 17, 1899 – March 6, 1979) and Temple Reeves "Temp" Abernathy (March 25, 1904 – December 10, 1986) were children from Oklahoma who without adult supervision took several cross-country trips. On one trip they rode their motorcycle from Oklahoma to Manhattan in 1910 when they were 10 and 6 years old.

FTA: Louis Abernathy and Temple Abernathy were children from Oklahoma who without adult supervision took several cross-country trips. On one trip they rode their motorcycle from Oklahoma to Manhattan in 1910 when they were 10 and 6 years old.

Aphrodite of Milos

Sunday Sign-Off: Appreciate Some Broken Art

Agnes Stewart, 28  Agnes Stewart was a married lady from Edinburgh and was convicted of the crime - theft of money.

A Rogues Gallery of Lady Criminals from the 1870s

Agnes Stewart: “Agnes Stewart was a married lady from Edinburgh and was convicted of the crime - theft of money.

Reasons for admission West Virginia Hospital for the Insane

30 Rare Historical Photos You’ve Never Seen Before… I Can’t Believe What The Queen Is Doing.

Кузнецова Татьяна Ефтихьевна - Я Помню. Герои Великой Отечественной войны. Участники ВОВ. Книга памяти.

Кузнецова Татьяна Ефтихьевна - Я Помню. Герои Великой Отечественной войны. Участники ВОВ. Книга памяти.

"The Women of The Future," according to 1902 French trading cards

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Social Gaming -Les Femmes de l'Avenir- trading cards c. In a French trading card manufacturer released this curious batch of playing cards depicting women and their futuristic careers as soldiers, lawyers, journalists, and cigarette-chomping students