George Washington, Feb 22
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George Washington vintage postcard ~ First President of the United States of America, born February 22, 1732
George Washington, born February 22, 1732 ~ First President of the United States of America, and Revulutionary war hero
George Washington vintage postcard, born February 22, 1732 ~ First President of the United States of America
George is my fav..what an awesome Pres he was...brilliant! George Washington, born February 22, 1732 ~ First President of the United States of America
Embossed Patriotic George Washington's Birthday Postcard Raphael Tuck | eBay
George Washington ~ DS ~ First Grade Patriotic Program
George Washington, 1st President of the United States of America
George Washington, vintage card
True to the red white & blue
World War Ii, Heroes, Louis Zamperini, Book Unbroken, St. Louis, People
Louis Zamperini (1917- 2014) - Olympic athlete, War Hero, WWII Prisoner of War (Japan) - subject of the book UNBROKEN, one of my favorite books ever
I heard abouy him on KLOVE. True CHRISTIAN AMERICAN HERO! Need to find Unbroken and read.... Rest in peace, Louis Zamperini. Your life and legacy will continue to be an inspiration to us all. #LouisZamperini #Unbroken #WorldWarII #Hero #POW #OlympicAthlete #LauraHillenbrand
Louie Zamperini~ hero of the book "Unbroken." The film only takes the viewer through chapter 33. The book tells the rest of his amazing story.
Louis Zamperini: former Olympian, World War II prisoner of war, and true American hero. Subject of the book and soon to be movie Unbroken.
louis zamperini: former olympian, world war II prisoner of war, and true american hero. When I grow up I hope to be half the man as Louis Zamperini.
louis zamperini: former olympian, world war II prisoner of war, and true american hero. I read the book about his time as a POW...it was GREAT!
Louis Zamperini - One of the most inspirational people you'll ever read about. Amazing man.
Louis Zamperini: former olympian, World War II prisoner of war, and true American hero.
Louie Zamperini - an American hero
Remember, September 11, Hero, America, 9 11 2001, 9 11 01, 911, Forget
Today. . . . I am thankful to be an American! I am thankful for all the heroes that came out of that awful day. I am thankful for all those who serve and protect and continue to fight so that I can continue to be free! God bless America!
Never! Let us Remember those who were lost at the Pentagon and in NY. God Bless our troops now and always.. And find ALL those responsible!!
As female who served our country in the Marines!!! And serve my country in Law Enforcement and as a Volunteer Firefighter today. Shall we never forget 911 but always remember why and what we fight against and stay strong and undivided as a Nation. Speaking for the Men and Women who fight for our nation everyday!!! May God Bless them all and the great men and women and children of our nation. Stay strong and United!!!!!
NEVER FORGET 9/11 #911 #PATRIOTIC #USA #AMERICA #SOLDIER
Mary Ann Bernal: Remembering September 11, 2001
911- NEVER FORGET!!! REST IN PEACE...
Never Forget! God bless America!!
Never Forget, September 11, 2001.
September 11, 2001: Never Forget
Patrick Henry before the House of Burgesses on March 23, 1775, in Saint John's Church in Richmond, Virginia.. "Give me Liberty, or give me Death!"
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antifederalist papers.. During the period from the drafting and proposal of the federal Constitution in September, 1787, until its ratification in 1789 there was an intense debate on ratification. The principal arguments in favor of it were stated in the series written by Madison, Hamilton, and Jay called the Federalist Papers, although they were not as widely read as numerous independent local speeches and articles. The arguments against ratification appeared in various forms, by various aut...
Seven words that changed a world - “… give me liberty or give me death!” Patrick Henry’s speech rallied the Virginia House to commit troops to the Revolutionary War and attendees (including Washington and Jefferson) sat in silence for several minutes after its delivery. Edward Carrington, who was listening outside the church window, asked to be buried there and later was. Thomas Marshall called it “one of the most bold, vehement, and animated pieces of eloquence that had ever been delivered.”
Ratification of the Constitution | Teaching American History
antifederalist papers.. During the period from the drafting and proposal of the federal Constitution in September, 1787, until its ratification in 1789 there was an intense debate on ratification. The principal arguments in favor of it were stated in the series written by Madison, Hamilton, and Jay called the Federalist Papers, although they were not as widely read as numerous independent local speeches and articles. The arguments against ratification appeared in various forms, by various authors, most of whom used a pseudonym. Collectively, these writings have become known as the Anti-Federalist Papers. They contain warnings of dangers from tyranny that weaknesses in the proposed Constitution did not adequately provide against, and while some of those weaknesses were corrected by adoption of the Bill of Rights, others remained.
On February 23, 1945, the American flag was raised twice on Mount Suribachi. The smaller first flag was raised in the morning and captured on film by U.S. Marine photographer Staff Sergeant Louis R. Lowery. (The iconic second flag raising occurred around noon and was captured on film by Associated Press photographer Joe #Korean Films Photos
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First Iwo Jima Flag Raising. This Day in WWII History: Feb 19, 1945: Marines invade Iwo Jima www.workshopexperience.com
"The First Flag Raising on Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima," Marines of the 28th Regiment, Fifth Marine Division, hoist the U.S. flag on a piece of pipe. - February 23, 1945
First Iwo Jima Flag Raising. Small flag carried ashore by the 2d Battalion, 28th Marines is planted atop Mount Suribachi at 1020, 23 February 1945
The first American flag to be raised over Iwo Jima. This was before the iconic photo you see for Iwo Jima In history books
FEB 23 1945 U.S. Marines raise the flag on Mount Suribachi - See more at: http://ww2today.com First Iwo Jima Flag Raising. Small flag carried ashore by the 2d Battalion, 28th Marines is planted atop Mount Suribachi at 1020, 23 February 1945
WWII. On February 23, 1945, four days into the invasion of Iwo Jima, 40 Marines reached the summit of Mount Suribachi and raised a small flag.
First Iwo Jima Flag Raising. This Day in WWII History: Feb 19, 1945: Marines invade Iwo Jima
The First Flag Raising on Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, 23 February 1945. Marines of the 28th Regiment, Fifth Marine Division, hoist the U.S. flag on a piece of pipe, at about 1020 Hrs. after capturing the summit of Mount Suribachi. Holding the flagpole are Sergeant H.O. Hansen, Platoon Sergeant E.I. Thomas, and First Lieutenant H.G. Schrier. In the foreground Private First Class J.R. Michaels stands guard with an M-1 Carbine. Corporal C.W. Lindberg is behind him
Hero Dogs: James Symington and Trakr amid rubble of World Trade Center following 9/11 terrorist attacks.
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Trakr was a German Shepherd police dog who along with his handler, Canadian police officer James Symington, discovered the last survivor of the September 11 attacks at the World Trade Center in New York City in 2001. For his accomplishments, Trakr was named one of history’s most heroic animals by Time magazine.
Trakr, a dog that sniffed out survivors from under the rubble of the World Trade Centre after the September 11 terror attacks,
A POLICE search and rescue dog that found the last person alive in the 9/11 terror attacks has been cloned. The five puppy clones of the German Shepherd called Trakr ...
Take a moment to remember the four-legged heroes of 9/11. From police dogs to search and rescue dogs to therapy dogs, they once again proved that they are indeed Man's Best Friend.
9/11 Dog Hero: Trakr they worked around the clock, one worked 22 hours straight to save the life's of humans, no wonder they are mans best friend
For a German shepherd named Trakr, his toughest job came after retirement. After serving as a K-9 dog for the Halifax, Nova Scotia, PD, Trakr and his owner, James Symington, were among the first search-and-rescue teams to arrive at Ground Zero following the World Trade Center attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. A little more than 24 hours after the towers collapsed, Trakr led firefighters to a spot where Genelle Guzman lay under a pile of unstable rubble. She was the last survivor of the attacks.
Trakr was a German Shepherd police dog who along with his handler, Canadian police officer James Symington, discovered the last survivor of the September 11 attacks at the World Trade Center in New York City in 2001. For his accomplishments, Trakr was named one of history’s most heroic animals by Time magazine. In 2008 Symington won an essay contest sponsored by BioArts International to find the world's most "cloneworthy dog", as a result of which Trakr was cloned, producing five puppies.
rescue dogs of 911 | James Symington and his German shepherd, Trakr
This is so sweet
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These "coming home" or "going" war photos tear at my heart. A father so full of emotion as Dad knows just how his son feels as Dad was probably a Viet Nam military man himself. :-)
Pictures on here always show soldiers and their girlfriends but this is the first time I’ve seen a father and son, and it’s such an amazing picture.
This photo shows the emotion of a dad missing his son who is in the service. The look on his face shows the love he has for his son & how happy he is for him to be back home ...... not enough words...
These coming home from the war photos tear at my heart. To all of our military, past, present and future, we thank you so much for your service. This photo is so poignant because it reminds me of a father greeting his son knowing full well what he has been through because he also went to war, most likely in Vietnam. -kjk
They always get a picture of the girlfriend or wife of the soldier, instead of a family member. I love this picture. It shows how much a father is proud of his son and it truly melts my heart. <3
I feel this fathers love for his Soldier. I gave my son a huge bear hug too when he came home!!
He is America's son ~ God bless him his dad!.... This picture says it all....
Every American Soldier should be welcomed Home like this. True heroes.
This is a moving photo of father welcoming his soldier son home