Peace Day Normandy Installation. 9000 silhouettes made on the D-Day beaches to commemorate the fallen soldiers.

I've never seen a card like this - amazing. Don't think that this would have gone too well waaaaay down south. Has to be VERY RARE CARD ! [31069] 1945 POSTCARD BLACK AMERICANA WHITE GIRL KISSING BLACK SOLDIER VALENTINE

Normandy Then and Now. This is why I'm a firm believer in knowing history and where you've been.

That is so amazing. -- Omaha Beach, Normandy.

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A 6,000 year-old kiss. Hasanlu is an archaeological excavation site in Iran, Western Azerbaijan, Solduz Valley. Theses skeletons were found in a Bin with no objects. The only feature is a stone slab under the head of the skeleton on the left hand side.

this photograph intrigues me so much! why isn’t this the most famous photo from 9/11 instead of the falling man? isn’t 2 people holding hands after jumping more significant than 1 man? it makes me wonder what the story is behind this photo, were they friends or lovers? or just strangers who were too scared to jump alone? it shows that people need a helping hand even in their final moments

Fred Glover, Normandy Veteran, Then and Now “It was the way we responded when the glider crashed and were immediately confronted by a German patrol. What struck me was that we weren't affected by the crash but immediately sprung into action just like we had been trained to do”.

An Iranian woman in 1960, before the Islamic Revolution

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A lone British soldier stands up to his knees in spent shell cases. France, WWI.

A pair of British artists have created this stunning installation of 9,000 silhouettes on a D-Day Landings beach to mark international Peace...

Rare color photo - World War II

Audie Murphy, June 1924 - May 1971, was the most decorated American soldier of world war 2. During twenty-seven months in action in the European Theatre he received the Medal of Honor, the U.S. military's highest award for valor, along with 32 additional U.S. and foreign awards (medals, ribbons, citations, badges) including five awards from France and one from Belgium. After the war he became a celebrated movie star for over two decades.

World War I soldier in a trench in 1918.

2 World War, German paratrooper, soldiers dropping from the sky landing on the ground. Vintage, photo, history, never forget.

A member of 101st Airborne in France 1944

German army soldiers - lighting a cigarette with a flamethrower

Audie Murphey Most decorated soldier of WWII and most decorated U.S. Soldier in history. real-american-heros