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    1919 engagement photo.

    vintage ad

    Historic Newspapers~ Red Wing Daily Republican dated 08/01/1914 -- "Extra" edition announcing the beginning of World War I. On exhibit in the News Corporation News History Gallery at the Newseum. Newseum collection Photo credit: Newseum collection

    Zeppelin near the Empire State Building under construction (1931)

    WW2 ¥ (1942) U.S.A. Centerville, California. This youngster is awaiting an evacuation bus. Evacuees of Japanese ancestry will be housed in War Relocation Authority centers for the duration. // Dorothea Lange, 9 May 1942

    Felice Rahel Schragenheim was a Jewish resistance fighter during World War II. She is known for her tragic love story with Lilly Wust and death during a march from Gross-Rosen concentration camp to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany or, not later than, March 1945 in Bergen-Belsen.

    World War I in the trenches.

    Robert Lincoln, son of President Abraham Lincoln - circa 1865

    A Dutch woman who survived the "Hongerwinter" the Hunger Winter of 1944-45 when the occupied Netherlands was denied any food or fuel by the Germans.

    During a blackout always... #WW2 #vintage #propaganda #poster

    Three people with two spirits Collection of National Media Museum

    nurse from WWII ~

    "We were stolen, sold and bought together from the African continent. We got on the slave ships together. We lay back to belly in the holds of the slave ships in each others excrement and urine together, sometimes died together, and our lifeless bodies thrown overboard together. Today, we are standing up together, with faith and even some joy." SLAVERY MONUMENT, River St - Savannah GA

    “Vietnam Zippos”

    Guadeloupean woman at Ellis Island, 1911, by Augustus Sherman NOT ALL black people how came to America were on slave ships.

    in the early 1950s programs were started to issue dog-tags to children. There was concern that in the event of a surprise atomic attack it would be difficult to identify the millions of children killed while at school.

    Litzmannstadt ghetto in Poland (1941)

    Vietnam veteran watching the Chattanooga Armed Forces Day parade in 1976. This photograph won a Pulitzer Prize.

    Newborn Baby in Makeshift Crib near Cold Stove, South Carolina, 1951, by W. Eugene Smith