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US Navy (Build for your Navy!) Art Poster Print

Poster encouraging skilled laborers to join the Seabees as part of the war effort: “Build for your Navy! Carpenters, machinists, electricians etc.” The history of the United States Navy.

Dwight D. Eisenhower. Supreme Commander of the Allied Invasion of Europe, primarily the Battles for Normandy, France and Germany World War II.

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General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Force in Europe during World War II. Note the five stars on his collars, his cigarette.

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Old Abe, the American War Eagle was the Mascot of the 8th Wisconsin Regiment in the  Civil War. He was in nine battles during the war including Fredericktown and the Siege of Vicksburg. He was not only a Mascot but became a Patriotic Symbol for the entire Nation.

Old Abe, the American War Eagle, was the mascot of the Wisconsin Regiment in the Civil War. Old Abe was in 39 battles during the Civil War, including Fredericktown and the Siege of Vicksburg. Old Abe became a patriotic symbol for the entire nation.

Being down doesn't mean you're out...especially if you've still got a fellow soldier, marine, medic or corpsman within earshot.

Looks like a real photo, but it's just dolls . Mark Hogancamp has created a fictional universe Marwencol. Marwencol is the name of the town that is the setting for a story populated by World War II soldiers, Nazis and Barbies.

Child soldiers in World War II. The Germans used these children as canon fodder placing them on the front line to be killed. Much the way Hamas uses Palestinian children as front line protection for grown men.

Shows how Hitler manipulated children into his plan of destruction. Child soldier - in desperation the Nazi's used many of these children often as fodder for front line diversionary actions. These children didn't have a chance.

Gen. George S. Patton. They called him old blood and guts. Judging by the look in his face he's out to find some more blood and guts. Because as we all know, George  Patton lived for such things.

General Patton was one of the most well known generals in He was a tank commander who helped "drive" the allies to victory. My grandfather served under General Patton at one point during the war.

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Exhausted russian soldiers sleeping with puppy in liberated Prague at the end of the World War II. Prague, May

Violin used as a record of battles by Civil War soldier Solomon Conn, c. 1863.

The Civil War 150 Years: Solomon Conn’s Violin Diary

Solomon Conn, a Civil War soldier with Company B of the Indiana Volunteers, recorded a list of his travels and battles on the back of his "Greffuhle” violin, turning the instrument into a unique document of his adventures and military record.

After being released from Soviet captivity a former German soldier was reunited with the daughter he hadn’t seen for 12 years, West Germany 1956

By Helmuth Pirath - Prize World Press Photo of the Year 1956 - CountryWest Germany Place Caption - A German World War II prisoner, released by the Soviet Union, is reunited with his daughter. The child had not seen her father since she was one-year-old.

WWII London Hospital bomb damage. Of course, the nurses are the ones scrounging around for supplies!

WWII London Hospital Bomb Damage

WWII: The morning after a direct hit by a high explosive bomb on St. Matthew's Hospital, Shoreditch, in London, on Oct. In spite of the night's experiences nurses are on the job rescuing blankets and other bedding from among the debris.

War destroys everything including human lives, houses, buildings, roads...

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This captures the horrors of WWI perfectly.  As we approach the hundredth anniversary we would do well to remember.

Peter Corlett, Man in the mud. For Australians, the horrific face of modern battle was first seen during the First World War. History and WWI

What's German for "oopsie"? We'd better learn fast...

American soldiers inspecting a portion of the “invinsible” French Maginot line, [[MORE]] Yeah, yeah, straight from Wikipedia. And yes, I am well aware that the French never actually really.