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A hole in the ground is the infantryman's "safe" palace. Eastern Front, 1943.

A hole in the ground is the infantryman's "safe" palace.

Americans In India And China During WW2: A Pictorial. U.S. Marines from Task Force "Mars" are firing at the Japanese in Burma. August 1944.

Marines from Task Force "Mars" Burma engage the Japanese with rifle and machine gun fire. On the rifle of soldier closest to the viewer there is the inscription "HELL." Note the plenty of brass and the rifle grenades in front of the position.

Truly Awesome! Done during WW1...

In Camp Cody, New Mexico, in 650 officers and enlisted men of the Auxiliary Remount Depot No a Cavalry unit, created this human horse head in tribute to the horses lost in WWI.

St. Vincent's Hospital children's ward takes shelter in corridor during a New York City air-raid rehearsal, 1942.

Vincent's Hospital children's ward takes shelter in corridor during a New York City air-raid rehearsal,

In the days before radio you had to pull a cable all the way to the very front line so that field telephone link could be established. This was a dangerous job as the men with the mission needed to pull way ahead of the main body of the attack as far as the cable allowed -- and then hunker down and wait.

In the days before radio you had to pull a cable all the way to the very front line so that field telephone link could be established. This was a dangerous job as the men with the mission needed to pull way ahead of the main body of the attack as far as the cable allowed -- and then hunker down and wait.

a charming reminder that human nature never changes.  Even in olden days couples still liked to act goofy on photo strips.  :)

Victorian photo booth

Funny pictures about Victorian photo booth. Oh, and cool pics about Victorian photo booth. Also, Victorian photo booth photos.

US Paratrooper photo taken at Bastogne of General McAuliffe's (right center) Staff in a field meeting.

US Paratrooper photo taken at Bastogne of General McAuliffe's (right center) Staff in a field meeting. *Note the Lt.'s carbine bayonet is in it's scabbard (left center).

USS Currituck (AV 7) (upper), and USS Tangier (AV 8) (lower) moored at Morotai October 1944

USS Currituck (AV (upper), and USS Tangier (AV (lower) moored at Morotai October 1944

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