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ADELE - Yugoslavian partisan and art student Edith Semjen, one of the 1,000 Jewish refugees who escaped Nazi-occupied Europe, photographed at Fort O...

ADELE - Yugoslavian partisan and art student Edith Semjen, one of the 1,000 Jewish refugees who escaped Nazi-occupied Europe, photographed at Fort O...

Gangster thug teenagers may think they're so badass, but they'll never be as badass as this gentleman right here, no sir.

Gangster thug teenagers may think they're so badass, but they'll never be as badass as this gentleman right here, no sir.

President Jimmy Carter Family - Google Search 39th #President of the United States 41st #FirstLady. Children:	Jack James Donnel & Amy

President Jimmy Carter Family - Google Search 39th #President of the United States 41st #FirstLady. Children: Jack James Donnel & Amy

Barbara Ross-Lee, D.O., Sister of Diana Ross was the first African American woman to be appointed dean of an American medical school.

Barbara Ross-Lee, D.O., Sister of Diana Ross was the first African American woman to be appointed dean of an American medical school.

When 17-year-old Union officer Galusha Pennypacker was brevetted as a major general, he became the youngest person on either side to attain that rank during the Civil War. Born June 1, 1844, he wasn’t even old enough to vote until a few weeks after the war ended.

When 17-year-old Union officer Galusha Pennypacker was brevetted as a major general, he became the youngest person on either side to attain that rank during the Civil War. Born June 1, 1844, he wasn’t even old enough to vote until a few weeks after the war ended.

One need only listen to the lyrics of our national anthem to understand we were born, suckled, and raised to glorify violence and war.

One need only listen to the lyrics of our national anthem to understand we were born, suckled, and raised to glorify violence and war.

Four past, present and future First Ladies at John F. Kennedy's inauguration ceremony in January 1961: left to right: Pat Nixon, Mamie Eisenhower, Lady Bird Johnson and Jacqueline Kennedy.

Four past, present and future First Ladies at John F. Kennedy's inauguration ceremony in January 1961: left to right: Pat Nixon, Mamie Eisenhower, Lady Bird Johnson and Jacqueline Kennedy.

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