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War and Crises, 1914-1948 - Vol.2: The Road to Free Trade - Volume 2: Warren L. Hickman: An amazing insight into policies during WWII and post war recovery.

When remains of Nazi soldiers are found, they are given a proper burial. body recovery operation led by Russians in the late 1980s on the Wolchow Front near Leningrad.

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Guy Kawasaki on

“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” Sun Tzu, The Art of War

Napoleon Bonaparte : Quote: You must not fight too often with one enemy, or you will teach him all your art of War. . Napoleon Bonaparte

from Slow Family

From Treehugger: Frugal Green Living Posters

"The "Of Course I Can" poster was created by the U.S. War Food Administration in 1944 as part of the nationwide victory garden program. Victory gardens made an important contribution to the home-front effort by producing a significant amount of food (approximately 40 percent of the vegetables consumed in 1943) and by providing a way to contribute to the war effort for those who could not fight on the battlefield. "

America’s Fight Against Addiction | Drug Treatment Timeline | drug rehab

America’s Fight Against Addiction | Drug Treatment Timeline | drug rehab

Deadliest Antibiotics: Ciprofloxacion (cipro), gemifloxacin (factive), norfloxacin (noroxin), Levofloxacin (levaquin), moxifloxacin (avelox), and ofloxacin (floxin). [It's not a miracle of modern science if it has deadly side effects]

from Historical Hetalia

stirringwind: that’s too much. do you want... - fuckyeahhistoricalhetalia

that’s too much. do you want to kill him? perhaps that is exactly what i intend, hmm? more cold war!aph. one major issue between the us and ussr was over how to treat Nazi Germany. The Soviets wanted extremely heavy reparations because they had suffered the most losses fighting the Germans. However, the US was opposed because it was pretty much thought that the heavy reparations from World War 1 led to the rise of Hitler to begin with.

British WWI photo postcard of an injured soldier and a nurse