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Winston Churchill inspecting bomb damage in the House of Commons debating chamber on May 11, 1941.

Winston Churchill Inspecting Bomb Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Churchill inspecting bomb damage at the House of Commons debating chamber, in the aftermath of a night of Luftwäffe bombing raids on London, 11 May 1941

A famous image of the bombing of London, a Heinkel III bomber over the Thames, taken from another German bomber at 6.48pm on the 7th September 1940

A famous image of the bombing of London, a Heinkel III bomber over the Thames, taken from another German bomber at on the September 1940 history-world-war-ii

Harry Truman and Winston Churchill

Harry Truman Walking Arm-In-Arm with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Blair House Photographic Print

Books float on the street after a library on Rue Jacob, Paris is flooded during the Great 1910 Parisian Flood . (via historicaltimes)

Books float on the street after a library on Rue Jacob, Paris is flooded during the Great 1910 Parisian Flood . (via historicaltimes) (What a wonderful pond installation idea but with cement books).

Lt. Winston Churchill - February 1895 (He wears a black armband in acknowledgement of his father Lord Randolph Churchill who died the previous month)

fymeninolduniforms: “That’s Churchill? Behold the power of the Hussar jacket! chagalov: “ Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill at in the uniform of the Fourth Queen’s Own Hussars “ A.

Pompeii - Garden of the Fugitives - plaster casts of people who died in the ashfall associated with the 79 A.D. Vesuvius eruption

These people were in Pompeii when Mount Vesuvius erupted. The eruption released tons of pumice, a light volcanic rock. It completely buried the town and the people. Under the pumice, the bodies were preserved. -- That's creepy

Spectacular Colorized B Photos of Historical Icons - My Modern Metropolis  Winston Churchill

Spectacular Colorized B&W Photos of Historical Icons

Yousuf Karsh’s 1941 portrait of a scowling Winston Churchill – reportedly reacting to Karsh snatching Churchill’s cigar – graced the cover of Life magazine and cemented the British prime minister’s.

May 8th 1945, Winston Churchill waves to crowds in Whitehall on the day he broadcast to the nation that the war with Germany had been won.

Armistice or V-E (Victory in Europe) day May 8 Churchill waving to London crowd. On this day Nazi Germany surrendered to Allies.

Civil Rights March, Washington, 1963.

Civil Rights March, Washington; Wednesday August Let's see this 50 years on for equal rights for the LGBT community. Wednesday August Take a stand for equality and for reason.

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