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Photos: The 65th Anniversary of D-Day on the Normandy Beaches - Plog

Photos: The Anniversary of D-Day on the Normandy Beaches - Plog

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Photos: The Anniversary of D-Day on the Normandy Beaches - Plog

These volunteers baked and fried countless amounts of food. In one month in 1945, there was an effort to count exactly how much was being distributed. Its total follows: 40,161 cookies 30,679 hard boiled eggs 6,547 doughnuts 6,939 cup, loaf, and birthday cakes 2,845 pounds of sandwich meat 12 dozen different items in similar proportions

These volunteers baked and fried countless amounts of food. In one month in there was an effort to count exactly how much was being distributed.

Harold Gillies - considered to be the father of plastic surgery

Sir Harold Delf Gillies June 1882 – 10 September was a New Zealand-born, and later London-based, otolaryngologist who is widely considered the father of plastic surgery

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It's Holocaust Remembrance Day. So here's my adorable Holocaust surviving grandparents

veterans day picture of d day | We remember another anniversary of D-Day. It was 69 years ago that ...

D-Day 1944 and remembering World War II veterans

This picture is a image of soldiers invading Normandy

Major Dick Winters

Major Dick Winters

Major Richard "Dick" Winters, passed away in January 2011 at the age of Things he did are still being taught at West Point. A great soldier, a great leader and a great man.

Sir Archibald McIndoe Provides Hope in the Midst of War

Sir Archibald McIndoe Provides Hope in the Midst of War

Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Ester Samuel-Cahn -On  3/12/42 Ester’s family & 30 other Jews were hidden on two trucks bound for safety in Sweden. Watch her testimony

Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Ester Samuel-Cahn -On Ester’s family & 30 other Jews were hidden on two trucks bound for safety in Sweden. Watch her testimony

Some passengers of the MS St. Louis, known to some as the voyage of the damned, a ship which carried 937 Germans (930 of them Jewish) seeking asylum from Nazi persecution in 1939.  The ship was turned away from Cuba, the United States, Canada, Britain before returning to Antwerp, Belgium, where the ship had disembarked from.

Some passengers of the St. Louis, known to some as the voyage of the damned - a ship which carried 937 Germans of them Jewish) seeking asylum from Nazi persecution in The ship was turned away from Cuba, the United States, Canada, and Britain.

Two orphan brothers, refugees from Transnistria, on their way to Atlit, British Mandatory Palestine, Postwar - Yad Vashem

ארץ ישראל Two orphan brothers, Shoah survivors, on their way to Atlit, Israel -

In the spring of 1943, a mass grave containing thousands of bodies was discovered in a forest in western Russia. This alarming discovery prompted an international investigation which revealed that the remains were those of Polish military prisoners of war. Also discovered were some civilians from various walks of life-- clergymen, doctors, lawyers, engineers, teachers and others-- who had been forcibly removed from their homeland at the order of the Soviet Union

In the spring of a mass grave containing thousands of bodies was discovered in a forest in western Russia. This alarming discovery pr.

Facing the past: One of Archibald McIndoe's nurses (at right) with three of his "Guinea Pigs" and others.

The ordeal of Allied airmen disfigured in World War II has always been plain to see - unlike that of their nurses.

The Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum - (not for the weak of heart)

Here you'll find a listing of the educational, compelling exhibitions on display at the the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum.

Survivor in front of her picture in the camp of Auschwitz in 1945

Survivor, Eva Kor, in front of her picture in the camp of Auschwitz in 1945

DORSET, WEYMOUTH, England—Allied Forces leaving the shores near Weymouth for their invasion and liberation of the French coast of Normandy, June 1-5, 1944.

DORSET, WEYMOUTH, England—Allied Forces leaving the shores near Weymouth for their invasion and liberation of the French coast of Normandy, June

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