Raising the American flag atop Mt. Suribachi, Iwo Jima, on February 23, 1945. The Battle of Iwo Jima was the bloodiest battle in Marine Corps history.
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Raising the American flag atop Mt. Suribachi, Iwo Jima, on February 23, 1945. The Battle of Iwo Jima was the costliest in Marine Corps history, with almost 7,000 Americans killed in 36 days of fighting. -My greatgrandpa lost his life in Iwo Jima...
World War II: The Pacific Islands - In Focus - The Atlantic
Unbelievable WWII photography (65 Photos) - Sarcastic Charm
vietnam war flags | Joe Rosenthal,94, Photographer at Iwo Jima, Dies
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True Friends #afghanistan #war #ilovedogs #troops #heros #usa #truelove #bestfriend #bff
Soldiers And Service Dogs: A Heartwarming Friendship Between American Heroes
So sweet - definately man's best friend
This pic brings tears to my eyes. That puppy with unconditional love and affection and the soldier on the receiving end of it. This is why I love dogs. They can bring so much joy to an awful situation taking you away momentarily and offering some much needed relief. They truly are mans best friend. #military #dogs
That puppy with unconditional love and affection and the soldier on the receiving end of it. Animals can bring so much joy to an awful situation taking you away momentarily and offering some much needed relief. They truly are mans best friend.
7 Life Lessons from a Holocaust Survivor: 1. Hatred only begets hatred 2. Love your work, no matter the situation 3. Perseverance 4. In routine there is hope 5. If you have something spiritual, you don't need as much food 6. Complaining does not help. It makes everyone feel bad. 7. Faith is stronger than fear.
7 Life Lessons from a Holocaust Survivor
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At 110, oldest known Holocaust survivor dies (Video and article)
7 Life Lessons from a Holocaust Survivor We could and should learn from her.
Abraham Lincoln, 1832
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Full length color image of Abraham Lincoln, 1832 aka. Rail Splitter, by George Stuart.
He rose from being a simple laborer to become President! When campaigning for office neither Lincoln nor his managers hesitated to use his image as “Honest Abe, the rail splitter” to enhance his appeal to the workingman. The origins of this theme were modest but true. This theme has since taken on mystic proportions.
Abraham Lincoln, 1832 miniature
*SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
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September 11, 2001 #NeverForget <3
*SEPTEMBER 11, 2001. We ALL died. Adults, CHILDREN, Americans, Christians, Hispanics, Jews, Whites, Blacks, Europeans, Muslims, etc...
The day America died
*SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 America did not die, It woke up!!
Constitution Day Workshop
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U.S. Constitution Workshop - lesson plan from the National Archives
Constitution Day activity with Primary Docs
That famous moment.
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WWII Times Square Kiss... one of my favorite pictures!
One of the most famous photos that has ever taken and is without a doubt the most famous kiss in the world
V-J Day in Times Square; Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1945 No image said more about the relief Americans felt at the end of World War II than this classic image of a sailor sweeping a nurse into his arms for a kiss when hearing the war had ended.
A famous kiss... Known as the V-J (Victory over Japan) Day Kiss, the captured photo of a sailor kissing a nurse in New York’s Times Square on the 14th August 1945, made waves all over the world as it got featured in the LIFE magazine edition published the following week.
One of my favorite pictures of all time!! American Sailor Kissing a Nurse V-J Day in Times Square,August 14, 1945, Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt for Life magazine
WWI - Soldier's Goodbye Kiss