It's over: A U.S. soldier, PFC Douglas Page, offers a mocking Nazi salute inside the bombed-out ruins of the Berliner Sportspalast where the Third Reich often held political rallies Pfc Douglas, Nazi Salutation, Hitler Bunker, Salutation Inside, Sports Palaces, Berlin Sportspalast, Rare Photos, Fall Photos, American Soldiers
Famous road: American soldiers took the most famous of all ancient Roman routes on their way to Rome--the storied Appian Way
Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, was a eugenicist. The lighter-skinned races, according to her, were superior to the darker-skinned races, and it was abortion that would "assist the [white] race toward the elimination of the unfit." She published articles such as, “Birth Control: The True Eugenics” (Aug 1928) and said such things as, “Give dysgenic groups in our population their choice of segregation or sterilization.” Share the ugly truth about #PlannedParenthood. Defend Life
Propaganda images like this one can often warp our intepretation of history. Although children certainly served in the latter period of the Second World War, we should remember that it was extremely rare for a child of under 10 years of age to serve (which this kid seems to be).
While Helen Fairchild is one of the lesser-known figures in nursing history, she is one of the most important. She was a nurse in the World War I, volunteering for the American Expeditionary Force that helped over 2,000 fallen soldiers. Unfortunately, her time was cut short due to a mustard gas bombing & a severe ulcer.