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American doughboy 1918

Wartime era portrait of a typical American doughboy, circa

Civil War bulllet wounds of the eye. During the Civil War, an army surgeon named Dr. Reed Bontecou photographed wounded soldiers. Shown here are photos of a soldier from New York before and after his battlefield wounds to the eyes were treated.

Eye care in the 1800s: 14 shocking photos

During the Civil War, army surgeon Dr. Shown here are photos of a soldier from New York before and after his battlefield wounds to the eyes were treated.

Cannon Ball still wedged in the wall of the Old Stone House

sixpenceee: USA Civil War: Cannon Ball still wedged in the wall of the Old Stone House, Manassas, Virginia

Day Dress 1925, American, Made of silk crepe

Ivory silk crepe day ensemble from American circa Kent State University Museum. Accession Number: a-c.

Cecil's ready for the summer

+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+ Basil in his summer outfit with bucket and spade all ready for his day on the beach.

couple at the beach, woman wearing dress and hat, man wearing knickers, bow tie, hat, 1920s.

couple at the beach, woman wearing dress and hat, man wearing knickers, bow tie, hat, 1920s.

Alfred Von Schliffen was theater mind behind Germany's fighting strategy . He was chef of Germany's general staff.he came up with the schliffen.

Alfred von Schlieffen- He was the son of a Prussian general and entered the army in A German field marshal and strategist who served as Chief of the Imperial German General Staff from 1891 to Schlieffen was responsible for devising the Schlieffen Plan.

A Provencal, Anne Claude de Tubieres, after Edme Bouchardon, etching with some engraving, 1737.

A Man From Provence Anne Claude Philippe de Tubières, Comte de Caylus (French…

Boys sent to fetch skimmed milk. St Louis.

As the Neighborhood learns the value of skimmed milk, more children from the Home are sent to the Dairy for it, circa

Hedley Colwell Jnr and John Colwell; both wearing gumboots

Hedley Colwell Jnr and John Colwell; both wearing gumboots

Casualties of War - Facemask for very bad wounded man - The very nature of trench warfare proved diabolically conducive to head and facial injuries. This leaded to tremendous advancements in plastic surgery and facial reconstruction. However, not all surgeries were successful. It was grimly accepted that facial disfigurement was the most traumatic of the multitude of horrific damages the war inflicted.

WWI facial prosthesis - because of trench warfare, so many wounds were to the head and face. Before plastic surgery was common, doctors and artists worked together to give returning young soldiers a way to fit back into society.

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Navy Recruiting Poster ★ from World War II: Sub Spotted.Let 'Em Have It. Lend a hand, enlist in your Navy today the text of the poster says below an outstanding painting by noteworthy Navy artist McClelland Barclay – two sailors loading a