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    Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, by Matthew Brady c. 1851. National Archives. It may be an understatement to suggest that the war was not good to Stonewall, here he is in 1863. He was mortally wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville later that year.

    An American GI tends to the wounds of a German soldier while waiting for a medic 1944

    Revenge at Birkenau (Jewish actress kills Nazi guard en route to gas chambers)

    Johannes Brahms, c. 1853

    (c. 1847) Portrait of Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson during the Mexican-American War believed to be taken in Mexico City

    Women At Work During World War II

    Hero in our midst: Vietnam War veteran - Hal Moore - lives in Auburn.

    Louisa May Alcott, nurse during the Civil War and well known author, wrote "Little Women" #Alcott #civil_war #Little_Women

    William Tecumseh Sherman, one of the most ruthless of Yankee generals in the Civil War. It wasn't necessary to destroy every town and plantation in his path.

    Eileen Nearne — known as Didi — was, in fact, one of the bravest secret agents of World War II. She sent over 105 radio transmissions that paved the way for Allied troop movements. The average SOE lasted 6 weeks, she worked for more 5 months. When caught, she showed exceptional courage, withstanding torture, incarceration, and concentration camps. She survived the war and was awarded the Croix de Guerre.

    Matthew Brady, Civil War Phtographer

    The first & last portrait photos of Lincoln as President: May 1860 & Feb 1865. The Civil War had an impact on the man and the nation.

    Mother and her four daughters from the Civil War era


    Nathaniel Prentice Banks, Massachusetts governor, member of the House of Representatives, Union General in the Civil War, professional bow tie-wearer.

    Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, five stars, shortly after the end of the war in an official portrait.

    Lt. George A. Custer has photo taken with ex-classmate, friend and captured Confederate prisoner, Lt. J.B. Washington, aide to Gen. Johnston at Fair Oaks.

    Civil War

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    65 years after the war’s end, the u.s. holocaust memorial museum has undertaken a remarkable and poignant task: identify the more than 1,100 children in these photos, and find out what happened to them: rememberme.ushmm....