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Nurse attending a wounded troop. Da Nang, Vietnam. I went through there in '69 on my way to Japan. Left the Nam on a stretcher in underwear and arrived by chopper in Japan during a snow storm...

Nurse attending a wounded troop. Da Nang, Vietnam. I went through there in '69 on my way to Japan. Left the Nam on a stretcher in underwear and arrived by chopper in Japan during a snow storm...

Pets of World War I. Private Gazmorse holds the goat responsible for one of the wars most strategic take downs. A small regiment rationed their food feeding it to the goat in the picture. The goat subsequently had horrible flatulence. They let the goat into enemy trench's one morning where he dropped several farts then jumped and trotted back to the British. The Germans came out of the trenches and started fighting between themselves at who blurted and were all shot. The goat got a slice of…

Pets of World War I. Private Gazmorse holds the goat responsible for one of the wars most strategic take downs. A small regiment rationed their food feeding it to the goat in the picture. The goat subsequently had horrible flatulence. They let the goat into enemy trench's one morning where he dropped several farts then jumped and trotted back to the British. The Germans came out of the trenches and started fighting between themselves at who blurted and were all shot. The goat got a slice of…

First World War: letters from the trenches

First World War: letters from the trenches

Writing at desk in German dugout, c. WWI (by drakegoodman) At least youre not doing your finals in a trench.

Writing at desk in German dugout, c. WWI (by drakegoodman) At least youre not doing your finals in a trench.

March 16, 1945: A U.S. Marine approaches a Japanese soldier on Iwo Jima, Japan during World War II. The Japanese soldier was buried for 1 1/2 days in this shell hole playing dead and ready with a live grenade inches away from his hand. The Marines feared he might be further booby trapped underneath his body after knocking the grenade to the bottom of the shell hole. Promising no resistance, the prisoner is given a cigarette he asked for and was dragged free from the hole.

March 16, 1945: A U.S. Marine approaches a Japanese soldier on Iwo Jima, Japan during World War II. The Japanese soldier was buried for 1 1/2 days in this shell hole playing dead and ready with a live grenade inches away from his hand. The Marines feared he might be further booby trapped underneath his body after knocking the grenade to the bottom of the shell hole. Promising no resistance, the prisoner is given a cigarette he asked for and was dragged free from the hole.

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