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July 1913. “Gettysburg reunion: Veterans of the G.A.R. and of the Confederacy, at the Encampment.” Harris & Ewing glass negative.

Black confederate soldier...yes there were many who fought on both sides

Edward Porter Alexander served during the American Civil War (1861-1865), in the Confederate Army, in which he rose to the rank of brigadier general. Alexander was the officer in charge of the massive artillery bombardment preceding Pickett's Charge, on the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg.

"The Harvest of Death": Union dead on the battlefield at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, photographed July 5 or July 6, 1863, by Timothy H. O'Sullivan.

Alexander Hays was a Union Brigadier General and West Point Graduate who died during the Battle in the Wilderness. At Gettysburg, he commanded the 2nd Corp, 3rd Division. After Pickett's charge he dragged a Confederate battle flag behind his horse.

Confederate Soldier, 1913.

Civil War Union Soldiers

Gettysburg veterans.

Rare Photo of slave children. This 150-year-old photo found in a North Carolina attic shows a black child named John, barefoot and wearing ragged clothes, perched on a barrel next to another unidentified little boy. The photo was found at a moving sale in Charlotte, accompanied by a document detailing the sale of John for one thousand five hundred dollars. Let's hope he had a good home. What makes this picture scary is the fact that such human trafficking was once a fact of life in America.

Civil War Life - Washington, District of Columbia. Tent life of the 31st Penn. Infantry (later, 82d Penn. Inf.) at Queen's farm, vicinity of Fort Slocum

Jefferson Coates, who lost both eyes at Gettysburg, was awarded the Medal of Honor ca 1870.

July 1863. Dead Confederate sharpshooter at the foot of Round Top. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. (A most disturbing place is Gettysburg but a must see)

Elizabeth "Bess" Throckmorton was a lady in waiting to Elizabeth I. She fell in love with Sir Walter Raleigh, and the two decided to marry in secret (it appears after Bess was already pregnant), because they knew Elizabeth would never consent to their marriage. When Elizabeth found out about it, she banished both her unchaste lady-in-waiting and her "Water" (as she had nicknamed him) from court. They went to live in the country for five years in exile.

"The Burning of the Call." The San Francisco Call newspaper building in flames after the April 18, 1906 earthquake.

South Vietnamese and Montagnard troops attack in an uphill battle near Ha Thanh, some 325 miles northeast of Saigon, Sept. 2, 1968, as an American medic attends a wounded U.S. Special Forces soldier. The GI was wounded during the battle as an Allied strike force sought to retake an outpost which had been overrun by the Viet Cong on Friday. The strike force retook the outpost. (AP Photo)

Stolen by the Nazis: The tragic tale of 12,000 blue-eyed blond children taken by the SS to create an Aryan super-race Folker Heinecke

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Churchill Becomes Prime Minister. On May 10, 1940. He was to lead the English people through the most terrible time in their history and was to go down as one of England's greatest war leaders.

On February 3rd 1959, 3 famous rock and rollers Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. “Big Bopper” Richardson were killed in a small single engine plane near Clear Lake, Iowa. It was later entitled “The Day That Music Died” 50 years later thier music still lives on.

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Three French boys looking at a knocked-out German Panther tank in the Falaise pocket, Normandy, 25 August 1944.

17 Feb 1968, Hue, South Vietnam --- Photo depicts U.S. Marines guarding Viet Cong prisoners captured during battle for Hue. The prisoners are to be kept at a detention area.

U.S. tanks at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris during liberation celebrations, August 1944.

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