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Victims of the Oklahoma city bombing, An American did this... should we round them all up and get rid of them to save our children from them?

1974 to Now: PEOPLE's Biggest Stories

Baby Bailey Oklahoma City Bombing | ... Biggest Stories - 1995: OKLAHOMA BOMBING - Anniversary : People.com

The 50 Most Powerful Pictures In American History

An American sailor passionately kisses a nurse as thousands jam into Times Square to celebrate the long-awaited victory over Japan in World War II.

Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography 1996: Charles Porter IV, a freelancer - For his haunting photographs, taken after the Oklahoma City bombing and distributed by the Associated Press, showing a one-year-old victim handed to and then cradled by a local fireman.

World War 1 American Soldier Peeling Onions in Gas Mask vintage print

Nice use of the Gas Mask here by an American soldier while peeling onions. World War 1 saw the birth of poisonous gas used in warfare, with it first used by the

15 Inspiring Quotes That Will Make You Want To Travel The World (Part I)

I guess this much is true, really! I am in love with so many people that I've never met and I'm in love with so many who I am yet to know the existance of, it's pretty fascinating how in such a big world we are destined to different places and people-anabel xx

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Oklahoma City Bombing, we were driving through OK city when this happened. I'll never forget this day. It was the same day my dad died.

Do Not Be a Dope

Don't be a dope and spread inside dope. Loose talk can cost lives. Illustrated by C.C. Beall, 1942.

Photos: The 15th Anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing

*OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING: Medical assistants, Janet Froehlich, lt, Wilma Jackson + Kerri Albright run from the Alfred Murrah Federal Building after being told another bomb device had been found, Wednesday, April 19, 1995, in Oklahoma City. An explosion ripped through the federal office building Wednesday morning.